A community gardening organisation based at St Anns Allotments which runs various projects including Dig and Dinner
Vegetable, fruit and flower seeds at a discounted rate for STAA members (contact us for the current code)
A friendly local group, aiming to promote organic gardening, sustainable gardening and a more localised food culture. Nottingham Organic Gardeners meet every month for sociable talks about organic gardening and related issues, learning from speakers and also pooling our own knowledge. In summer we have visits to organic gardens and farms.
Information on how to apply to other allotment sites throughout Nottingham
Nottingham NG3 2FR
Tel: 0115 950 5113
Ryton Organic Gardens
Warwickshire CV8 3LG
Tel: 0247 630 3517
Email Garden Organic
Picture the Past is a non-profit making project that makes historic images from the library and museum collections of Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, freely available at the click of a button to anyone with access to the Internet, anywhere in the world.
A heritage allotment site situated on the border of Warwickshire and Worcestershire.
Northants NN17 5JE
27-31 Carlton Road
Tel: 0115 911 2226
Email the Renewal Trust
The Renewal Trust is a charity which serves the St Ann's and Sneinton areas of Nottingham and aims to improve the area for the communities as a place to live and work. The Trust is the Accountable Body for the St Ann's Allotments Restoration project and through a subsidiary company has a thirty year lease on the allotment sites. STAA Limited manages these sites on our behalf and we all aim to work in partnership to maintain and develop a truly unique environment in the heart of one of England's major cities.
Tel: 0115 915 2020
For reporting all manner or antisocial behaviour including fly tipping, littering and criminal damage.
Nottingham NG3 3LJ
Non-emergency police contact number: 101
101 is the number to call when you want to contact us when it’s less urgent than a 999 call.
101 is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Calls to 101 (from landlines and mobiles) cost 15 pence per call, no matter what time of day you call, or how long you're on the phone.
You should call the 101 non-emergency number when you want to:
- report a crime or criminal damage
- Report a minor road traffic collision
- Contact your Neighbourhood Policing Team
- Ask about lost property
- Give us information about a crime or an offender
- Get information or advice about a policing issue
For example, you should call 101 if:
- Your car has been stolen
- Your property has been damaged
- you suspect drug use or dealing in your neighbourhood.