Welcome to the website for Chapel Allerton Allotments and Gardens Association (CAAGA). We have been established since 1917 and have been a feature of the Chapel Allerton community for many years.
The aim of our Association is to promote an interest in gardening and horticulture, through encouraging our members to share advice and practical help, and providing opportunities for spreading a wider understanding of the social and health benefits of gardening.
Who We Are
CAAGA has around 380 members from all parts of the community and from all walks of life. You don't have to be an allotment holder to be a member of CAAGA. Many of our members are keen gardeners who join to use the Distribution centre facilities, enter the shows and attend the visits and talks that we have. The Association is a non-profit making organisation and is run on behalf of the members by a committee of elected officers and members in accordance with our constitution CAAGA Constitution.
What We Do
CAAGA's key activities are maintaining the Gledhow Valley Allotment site, running the Distribution Centre on the Northbrook Street site, arranging an annual programme of shows and visits, and providing social activities for members. You can find out more about our activities on other pages of this site.