Oxford & District Federation of Allotment Associations

working together for Oxford Allotments

Founded 1919

2019 Centenary Competition

Oxford & District Federation of Allotment Associations (ODFAA) works:

To promote the existence of, the need for, and the benefits to be gained from allotment gardens in Oxford To promote, support and safeguard the welfare of the Allotment Associations in Oxford by:
  • providing or signposting administrative advice and support
  • acting as an arbitrator in unresolved disputes, whether between association Committee members or Committee members and plot holders
  • acting as representative and or advocate for Associations in any dealings or disputes with Oxford City Council and other public bodies
  • acting as negotiator on behalf of all Associations during rent, lease or SLA reviews, and at other times when governing constitutions or rules or other matters affecting the conduct of Associations’ business are involved
There are 35 working allotment sites in Oxford City.  These all have devolved management where the association members annually elect a committee to manage the site and plots. Committees are invited to send representatives to the ODFAA/Oxford City Council Allotment Liaison Meeting, where we work together for Oxford allotments.