We are a friendly group with a real sense of a community.


There are many ways that you can get involved and these are listed below.


The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018 provides protection and control over how your information is used. We will only ever use the details you supply to keep you informed of relevant news and events in the garden. Your personal information is never passed on to anyone else and after you sign up, you may opt-out from future mailings at any time.








The garden is open most Wednesdays and Sundays 10am to 12pm during the growing season. Please read the information on the Safety page. If the times are not convenient, please get in touch via the Contact Us page and we will attempt to accommodate an alternative time.






If you want to keep up to date with what is happening at the garden and support our events, we welcome you to subscribe to our mailing list. Click here to join.





















A space in the garden is assigned to you to grow some produce.

Please be aware that we have a small number of plots and there is high demand. You can be involved with the garden without being a plot holder. 


1. Click here to join the waiting list


If you want to keep to update to date with events:


2. Click here to join the mailing list


If you want to become a plot holder, please read the following documents/information:


1. Risk Assessment Template for Plot Holder on Safety Page

2. Site Rules, General Safety and Soil bourne human diseases on Safety Page

3. "Plot Holder Terms of Use" on Reference Documents







There are numerous roles available within from maintenance tasks in the garden to roles away from the garden like media relations, minute secretary, health & safety advisor, newsletter editor and many more! Click here to join.





























We are a registered charity and always welcome new applications for trustees who help with the operation and day to day management.


The role of a trustee is to:

  • ensure your charity is carrying out its purposes for the public benefit
  • comply with your charity’s governing document and the law
  • act in your charity’s best interests
  • manage your charity’s resources responsibly
  • act with reasonable care and skill
  • ensure your charity is accountable

The Essential Trustee - 6 Main Duties

Charity Trustee - What's Involved (CC3a)


As part of the application to become a trustee we ask that  the following forms are completed and returned to the secretary via our email addresss on the "Contact Us Page"


Non Disclosure Agreement

Trustee Declaration


If you would like more information or an informal chat, please contact us via our email addresss on the "Contact Us Page"














The Bohemia Walled Garden Association welcomes members of the community to share the garden for events that meet the garden’s intentions (outlined in our constitution).

Of most importance is the need to respect the natural environment, both within the walled garden and outside in the woodland. We value this as a place for gardening, for education and community enjoyment.

If you would like to use the Walled Garden for an event please read and complete this form (PDF) (OpenOffice)or email us via the address on the "Contact Us Page".