Conservation and Gardening Clubs
Kesgrave Allotment & Leisure Gardeners Association (KALGA)
Although there is no land in Kesgrave set aside for allotments, Kalga was formally established in January 2009 and on 1 March 2012 took over a 5 acre site at Lux Farm, Playford.
The allotment site is located at the end of Playford Lane, Rushmere St Andrew. The entrance is located where the tarmac road finishes with the gate on the right, the entrance is clearly signed as the KALGA site. Please note that parking in the lane or the entrance of the field opposite is not allowed.
If you're interested in taking on a plot please contact their membership secretary, Angela Brown: email@example.com / 01473 612283.
Further details can be found on their website - kesgrave-allotments.org.uk
Kesgrave Conservation Group
Conservation in Kesgrave was originally co-ordinated by CAIK (Conservation Awareness in Kesgrave). However they have been dormant for some time.
A new group, Kesgrave Conservation Group (KCG) was formed in May 2010 with the intention of carrying on the good work CAIK started.
The aim of the group is to make Kesgrave a wildlife friendly town (not Kesgrave in Bloom) finding as many places as possible to reinstate wild flowers, plants and trees to enhance our lives and at the same time provide homes for as much wildlife as possible, with the help of Kesgrave residents.
Further details of their work can be found <here>.
Anyone who is interested in joining KCG in this quest are very welcome.
If you are interested and want to make contact, for further information please do so through Kesgrave Town Council on (01473) 625179 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last update on Sunday 27 Jan 2019 by Alan Comber.