Brundall Allotment Association works in partnership with Brundall Parish Council in order to assist the council in managing the Brundall allotment site. The association also acts as a mutual support group for those with Brundall allotments, for example in the provision of communal facilities and in organising social events.
Brundall Parish Council initiated the setting up of the association in November 2012, to assist the council with progressing the provision of allotments for the village. Members of the association then helped in identifying suitable land, planning the layout of the site and its facilities, and then in undertaking some of the work in creating the site. The association now manages the site on a day-to-day basis on behalf of the Parish Council.
Membership of the association is based on the allotment plotholders and those that share the working of their plots with them (partners, families and friends).
The association is run by a committee elected annually by the members.
The association subscribes to the National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners (NSALG), the national organisation which upholds the interests and rights of the allotment community across the UK.