The National Allotment Society obtains exemption for all Allotment Sites in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight from the hosepipe ban.






Southern Water announced the ban from Friday, August 5 at 5pm for customers in Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight.

The National Allotment Society have successfully obtained an exemption for all Allotment Sites in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight in connection with the hosepipe ban.

We all need to be mindful of our precious water resource and Southern Water have asked that our members use the supply sparingly. This does mean that members who struggle to carry water to their plots will be able

ensure their produce survives the extreme drought conditions.

If anyone is challenged on this situation, please contact NAS on natsoc@nsalg.org.uk so the organisation can provide evidence.


The Society are currently working on what other bans may mean for other mean allotment holders including South East Water customers in Kent and Sussex.

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