Birmingham & District Allotment Cooperative

Representing Allotment Gardeners & Associations Across Birmingham


A group of volunteer plot holders working together with over 100 sites in Birmingham for the benefit of 7000 plotholders.

The National Allotment Society membership schemes

  • Survey Update
    Survey Update

    Discover the benefits and potential of allotments from a pioneering study by University of Birmingham and BDAC Birmingham Allotments, by joining us at the “Community Well-Being: The Role of Allotments” workshop on Thursday 20 June at 9:3am.Free tickets available! Register now via Eventbrite:…/community-well-being-the…Location: Room 108, University House, University of Birmingham, 116 Edgbaston Park Road, B15…



    Your allotment site may be on the schedule for a visit from members of the RHS Fruit, Vegetable and Herb committee between Friday and Sunday.  If so, you will be contacted so you know the day and time of the visit and can make sure your plotholders wanting advice are present to ask their questions…


  • Asian Yellow Legged Hornets
    Asian Yellow Legged Hornets

    Asian ‘Yellow Legged’ Hornets – a Threat to UK Wildlife …..poor pollination of crops and a commensurate fall in crop yields.’ What is the Asian Hornet? It is an invasive, non-native, voracious apex predator! It predates on a wide variety of beneficial; insects inc pollinators such as butterflies, hoverflies, social wasps and all types of…