Are you interested in having an allotment? For more information or to join the waiting list please call 01732 870382 or email  


Both the above forms need to be completed and returned to the parish council office when applying for an allotment.

Blank Allotment Tenancy Agreement for Reference

Amenities Committee Meeting 12th June 2019

Allotment holders attended the Parish Council Amenities Committee meeting on 12th June 2019, where questions were raised regarding the allotment site.

Answers to questions raised on 12th June 2019 

Allotment Interest Group

An allotment interest group has been formed and all allotment holders are welcome.  Please contact the parish office if you are interested in joining.  Email or call 01732 870382.

Communal Allotment Shed - October 2019


Kings Hill Parish Council are delighted to announce that a communal shed for allotment holders has now been constructed at Kings Hill allotment site and is ready for use.

A formal request was made by the Kings Hill Allotment Interest Group for a communal shed and funding for the project was made available from Borough Councillor Matthew Balfour’s Kent County Council Member’s Fund.

Councillor Balfour visited the site on Wednesday 16th October 2019, together with Kings Hill Parish Councillor’s Barker, Colman and Sherlaw, to view the completed shed. Cllr Balfour said that the allotment site and the communal shed were such a good idea to help residents grow their own food as the gardens on Kings Hill are not big enough.

Kings Hill Allotments

The allotment plots up and running!


9th November 2015

Councillors and local celebrities at the opening of the new Kings Hill allotments

Against all odds and bad weather on the day there were smiles all round for the grand opening of Kings Hill Parish Council's new allotment site on Saturday 7th November.

The opening saw celebrity and veteran horticulturist Mr Jim Buttress, Patron of South and South East in Bloom and a judge on the TV series 'The Big Allotment Challenge', the Mayor of Tonbridge & Malling, Councillor Owen Baldock and the Mayoress Mrs Christine Balkdock attend the ceremony, together with a number of Kings Hill Parish Councillors. Mr Buttress opened the site by cutting the ribbon and gave advice to the allotment tenants who were able to attend the opening ceremony. Refreshments of mulled wine and carrot cake were enjoyed in the warm and dry of the Sports Pavilion.


21st September 2015

The new Kings Hill allotments are now fully complete and allotment holders are starting to take up and work their plots. An official opening ceremony for Kings Hill is to be organised - date to be confirmed.

Allotment holders are working very hard on their allotments and Kings Hill Parish Council are sure that that this time next year all their hard work will pay off and they will have a wonderful array of fruit and vegetables.


The new Kings Hill allotments on the day they opened

8th June 2015

A digger preparing the ground for the allotments

The construction of Kings Hill Allotments is well underway. Since the ground preparation was carried out. The new access road in the site has been constructed and the water supply and standpipes installed. The next phase will be the installation of the rabbit proof fencing and then exterior fencing. It is hoped that the construction will completed by the end of June early July weather permitting.


May 2015

Works are underway on the new Kings Hill Allotment site. The top surface has been ripped, along with cultivation works to allow air into the soil tone and detritus removal has been carried out with further works taking place over the next 4 to 5 weeks.

Further updates will be posted on this website as they take place.


Tractors cultivating the land in preparation for the allotments