See below for some useful links and resources to help you make the most of your B&NES allotment!

Local 

Bath and Northeast Somerset Allotment Association works to promote the establishment and use of allotments in the area. They also have a Trading Hut at Lower Common allotments which offers Association members a wide range of seeds and sundries at near wholesale prices. 
Bath City Farm is located between Twerton and Whiteway. It has a mission to build a strong, healthy and caring community by engaging local people with nature and farming.
Dry Arch Growers are a volunteer run cooperative project and community allotment based in Bathampton. 
Bath Area Growers are a network of community groups growing fruit around Bath. 
Local Food and Sustainability pages of the B&NES Council website. The Bath & North East Somerset Local Food Partnership aims to increase access to healthy local and sustainable food across the county.

National

The South West Counties Allotment Association (SWCAA) is a not for profit community interest company. They are one of the largest support organisations for allotment holders and gardeners covering the whole of the UK, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The National Allotment Society (NSALG) is the leading national organisation upholding the interests and rights of the allotment community across the UK. They provide some great guidance on planning your allotment
The Soil Association is the UK’s leading membership charity campaigning for healthy, humane and sustainable food, farming and land use.

Allotment Resources 

The vision of The Royal Horticultural Society is to enrich everyone's life through plants and make the UK a greener, more beautiful place. They have a great beginners guide to allotments. 
There are also some helpful resources on these sites; 13 tips to help an allotment newbie, your complete guide to maintaining a successful allotment, Allotment gardening help, All about allotments, How to start allotments, Wildlife on allotments.
Whatshed?: A list of local authority owned allotments around the country. 

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