Press Office

Hello and welcome to the Ealing Dean Allotment Society press office where you can find all of the latest news about Northfields Allotments.

If you are a journalist, blogger or other member of the media and wish to get in touch, please drop a line to Ian Burge at or on 07789 515881. 

And don't forget that you can also stay up to date with our campaign to prevent the development of the allotments by:

You can read all of our press releases below and below that, links to what the wider press have reported.


Press Articles

10/04/2017 : Northfields Allotments given asset of community value status - EalingToday
11/01/2017 : Northfields campaigners step up fight over allotments - EalingToday
04/01/2017 : Can self-management safeguard the future of allotments? - The Guardian
15/12/2016 : London's oldest allotments threatened - Kitchen Garden
25/11/2016 : Northfields Allotments in danger - Neighbours' Paper (see page 11)
18/11/2016 : Charity building on London's 'oldest allotments' in Northfields reduce loss of land but.... - Ealing Gazette
17/11/2016 : Northfields Allotments Building Plans Reaffirmed By Landlord - EalingToday
15/11/2016 : Pathways to build on part of Northfields Allotments despite objections - Ealing Times
31/10/2016 : Brave residents visit spooktacular Northfield Allotments' inaugural Hallowe’en Pumpkin Trail - Ealing Times
31/10/2016 : Thousands Enjoy Spooky Goings On at Northfields Allotments - EalingToday
21/10/2016 : Row sparked over plans to build on London's oldest allotments - London Evening Standard
26/09/2016 : London's oldest allotments at risk - London Live
16/09/2016 : Northfields residents rise up against Pathways' proposed plans.... - Ealing Times
15/09/2016 : Northfields Allotments Campaign Gets Underway - EalingToday
15/09/2016 : History professor backs campaigners fighting to save 'London's oldest' Northfields allotments - Ealing Gazette
12/09/2016 : Hundreds sign petition to save 'London's oldest' allotments in Ealing.... - Ealing Gazette
06/09/2016 : Northfields Allotments Under Threat - EalingToday