About Us

We are a friendly non-profit making society which is run, by unpaid volunteers, for the benefit of all our members. We aim to provide help, advice and competitive products to members.
Formed in around 1931, we hope to improve the quality of allotments, for the benefit of the local community throughout the whole district.

We operate an allotment shop which is open :-
every Sunday 9.30am to 12.30pm and every Saturday from 20th January 2018.
Anyone over 18 years of age is eligible to join and new members are always welcome.
Annual membership Adults £3.00 Concessions £2.00 (due 1st January each year)

Please see price list below:-
Contact us via e-mail :- HaggLaneAllotments[at]hotmail.co.uk

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Allotment Shed Alarm, UV pen & Smartwater Day (Sunday 21st Sept 2014 10.00am-12.00pm)

After the recent arson attacks and damage to plots we have been advised to remind our members not to leave any valuables on site. To protect allotment sheds & tools in transit South Yorkshire Police has kindly given us some free allotment shed alarms and UV marking pens to distribute to our members. For any high value items in transit such as hedge trimmers, chainsaws, strimmers etc we will be holding a Smartwater marking day, this Sunday between 10.00am and 12.00pm, where our volunteers will mark up possessions free of charge.

Please could we remind all our members who have placed recent orders for Japanese onion and overwintering crops to collect ASAP. We still have availability of the following as per post dated 11th July 2014 below.

Sunday, 14 September 2014

Deputy Prime Minister's Visit

We were pleased to receive a visit from our local MP and Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, on Friday. We showed him the recent arson damage the society hut has suffered and also shared with him our vision to design and build a secure new allotment community hut, which is fit for the twenty-first century. As a society we have been fundraising for the last seven years and the need for a new hut is now more pressing then ever. We would welcome any further fundraising suggestions, donations or offers of help. 

To read the article in The Sheffield Star click here.