Nottingham Organic Gardeners

Promoting sustainable gardening

We are a friendly group in Nottingham, aiming to promote organic and sustainable gardening, and a more localised food culture. We have an Organic Demonstration Garden at Whitemoor Allotments in Nottingham and hold regular events and trips with an organic theme. 

Work Parties

Come and dig with us!

Garden Workparties on the Whitemor allotments are every other Saturday and every other Monday, both 10am - 2pm. The work parties are run by our Chief allotment officer Ros Pither who also manages to make the lunch! It's good fun so why not come and do an hour - or more if you wish. We're equally happy for members and non-members alike to pop in to see how the plot is progressing, ask questions or just have a chat!

There is plenty for everyone to do so whether you like making compost, sowing seeds or just having a look at a garden we'd love to welcome you. We have a polytunnel and a cabin on site so the inclement weather is never a problem. 

Please RSVP on if you would to join us so we have a idea of numbers and can provide you with a hot drink and lunch! 

Access is by the main gate on Wilkinson Street, the gate is always open on a Saturday morning. If the gates are locked, please call site mobiles Ros:  or Irena: 

Please wear suitable clothing and bring your gardening enthusiasm. Tea and coffee provided. Hot vegetarian lunch is also provided to volunteers. 

Or come along to one of of NOGs monthly talks or summer workshops to find out more about gardening organically. More info about these here.