Our fundraising target for 2014 is £4000. Help us buy the land.


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The HAA in the news

Listen to the clip

Click here to listen to interview on 15 April 2011 on BBC Radio Surrey with Pete Comley & Lindsay Donald.

Click here to listen to the interview with Pippa Greenwood & Pete Comley on the opening day (13th March 2011) on Dig it on BBC Radio Surrey.

Click here to listen to the previous interview with the HAA broadcast on Sunday 21 November 2010.

Have your say....

Here is a selection of the comments we've received:

"A fantastic achievement.
Congratulations to Pete and the team."
Antony Hunter, Hook Parish Council

"Brilliant. Good Luck... I am delighted that this piece of land will be used to great advantage by members of the Hook Allotments Association and that there will be a covenant in place preventing any sale to developers.." Jonathan Glen, Hampshire/ Hart Councillor.

If you'd like us to add your comments, just send them to us.

Blog Posts

Keys found

Posted by John Barber on November 27, 2013 at 21:43 0 Comments



The Hook Allotment Association has been formed to manage and provide allotments for the residents of Hook, Hampshire, UK.

Our site opened on 13th March 2011 and we have around 150 plots. LATEST NEWS: We now have a few plots available. Click here to find out how to join our waiting list or email us at:


Communal Area Grass Cutting

Started by Paul Hartley in General questions/comments/information. Last reply by Pete Comley 20 minutes ago. 1 Reply

Deep, Down and Dirty

Started by Diana Whittaker in General questions/comments/information. Last reply by Lindsay Donald on Monday. 1 Reply

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Our Wassail on 19 January 2013 in our communal orchard

Press Area

Below are are a selection of resources to download. For more
details, please contact Sue Hinton at DSH PR on 01252

Photo of committee taking over site on 13/11/2010- high

Launch press release of 15/11/2010


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What do this Month


  1. Plant shallot, garlic and onion sets
  2. Hoe regularly to stop annual weeds taking hold
  3. Start sowing! Lettuces, oriental greens, tomatoes, cucmbers, peppers, aubergines, celery and more can all be sown somewhere frost free from now on
  4. Sow parsley, chives and other hardy herbs outdoors
  5. Try a new vegetable this year. What about globe artichokes? Beautiful as well as delicious!


  1. Hand-pollinate peaches and nectarines with a fine paintbrush and protect the blossom with fleece
  2. Check trained fruit to make sure supports and ties are secure
  3. Prune some of the oldest wood from blueberry bushes
  4. Plant grape vines
  5. Watch out for early aphids on soft new growth



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