We are a local allotment and gardening group based in the Dereham area, who share a passion for growing!

Set up some twenty years ago the Society’s original purpose was to protect the Cemetery Road Allotments in Dereham from development. We have moved on since the early days and our purpose today is more diverse.

We have an annual programme of horticultural based events – including garden visits, talks and meetings. Our showcase annual event – the Summer Show – is very popular with exhibitors and visitors alike.

We are a friendly bunch of amateurs who enjoy the ‘home growing life’ and with our own programme of events, plus opportunities to see and explore more about gardening through our Affiliated Membership Schemes we provide a good range of opportunities to suit all tastes and interests.

If you want to find out more about Allotments in Dereham – where they are, how much they cost and availability – then please click here

SEASONAL GROWING TIPS

SPRING

SUMMER

AUTUMN

WINTER

September 22, 2019
Autumn Garden Visit
STOW HALL GARDENS - GARDEN VISIT These beautiful gardens are designed on a grand scale and have been in existence since the early 1800's.…
October 17, 2019
DDAGS Annual General Meeting and Talk
Put the date in your diary now! The annual talk and AGM is always well attended and is also an opportunity to renew your annual DDAGS member…

NEWS

SUMMER SHOW SUCCESSES

Once again we have had an amazing array of garden produce on display – with exhibits in nearly all 100 classes! Several new entrants took part this year – and were rewarded with winning prizes for floral displays, photography, home produce and of course the fruit + veg displays.


The show was well supported with good array of craft and plant stalls, and the cake and raffle stalls also went down well. The Memorial Hall is a superb venue for the Summer Show, and whilst not as many came as in previous years, those that did were not disappointed in the exhibits and stalls. Thanks must also go to the DMH staff who provided refreshments throughout the day.