For nearly 100 years Newton-le-Willows Gardeners' Association has been working for the benefits of local gardeners with a membership of about 650 in and around Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside, in the United Kingdom. The main attraction for members is our shop on the Rob Lane Allotments site in Newton (generally known as the "Sales Hut") where composts, fertilizers, and many other gardening requisites can be purchased at very competitive prices.
We also hold a Flower & Vegetable Show in September each year and there are monthly lectures or demonstrations on a variety of horticultural topics. Coach trips are arranged to major flower shows, stately homes, famous gardens, or other places of interest.
Members receive two newsletters each year and the annual membership fee is
Our origins are uncertain, but the general belief is that it probably all started with the formation of an Allotments Association during the First World War. More information about the early days and pictures on our "Archives" page.
We are always pleased to
welcome new members.
For full calendar of evening talks, coach trips and shows planned by the NLWGA for 2019
GROWING TOMATOES, PEPPERS, CHILLIES AND AUBERGINES IN THE GREENHOUSE <READ MORE>
The Royal Horticultural Society to which the NLWGA is affiliated, is seeking closer links with associations like ours, were they are able to provide solutions to gardening problems that many of us amateur gardeners cannot.
Gardeners often develop into good cooks as they look to find different ways to use the produce they grow either outside there own back door or on the allotment. Have a look through or recipes section were you may find some different ideas .
Grand flower & Vegetable show - Saturday 8th September 2018
Good Friday Coffee Morning 2019
As has become an annual tradition, Newton le Willows Gardeners' Association held a Good Friday Coffee and Cake Morning and this year the weather was splendid, with blue sky and hot sun. Perfect for sitting outside and devouring some fantastic cakes produced by several of the <Read More>