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Thornbury is a historic market town and has been a regular winner of awards in the RHS Britain in Bloom competition. 120 plots, all in cultivation, many organic, inc vegetables, soft fruit, herbs and flowers for cutting. A plot holder will be available to answer any questions you may have about the plots, cultivation techniques and varieties grown.
There are 46 plots in total on two sites just a few yards from each other. The allotments are situated in a lovely setting alongside River Rheidol close to Aberystwyth. Wide variety of produce grown, vegetables, soft fruit, top fruit, flowers, herbs and a newly created wildlife pond.
A quiet oasis just off Derby’s Outer Ring Road, hidden away in a residential area. A private site of nearly 12 acres, established in 1920, cultivated in a variety of ways, inc organic, no dig and potager style. Come and chat with plot holders about their edibles and ornamentals.
This public access (open 24/7) three acre site in Mastin Moor Derbyshire has ‘open plan’ allotments and gardens. Established in the early C21 the gardens inc an arboretum, pond, bog garden, orchard, picnic area and sensory garden in addition to some 25 allotments and memorials. There are over a mile of paths around the site.
Abbotskerswell Allotments, part of the group opening in Abbotskerswell, are situated in the heart of the village next to the playing fields. There are 22 plots, many of which have been worked for some years by the present owners, made up of a mixture of traditional plots and raised beds.
Blockley and District Allotment association has a 4.3 acre site with 50 plots growing vegetables, fruit, and flowers, inc a small vineyard. Blockley allotments have been established for over 100 years, with the existing allotments having recently been relocated to a new site.
5¼ acre community run allotments overlooking Hook village. More than 100 plots showcasing different vegetables, fruit and flower growing styles. Plot holder demonstrations of how to grow your own. Community orchard, wildflower meadow, beetle banks, wildlife friendly gardening information.
Moss Park is a stunning, award winning allotment site in Stretford, Manchester. Wide grass paths flanked by pretty flower borders give way to a large variety of well-tended plots bursting with ideas to try at home, from insect hotels to unusual fruits and vegetables.
Nearly 100 individually tended fruit and vegetable plots with a wide variety of produce on six acres, inc disabled and children’s allotments and a newly planted community orchard. The best kept allotment site, Liverpool 2019, and Liverpool City’s best allotment plot 2022 is Plot 33 gardened by Fatima Aabbar-Marshall.
Set in 5 acres the allotments comprise 60 plots growing fine vegetables, fruit, flowers and herbs. There is a small orchard and wildflower area and a community space adjacent. Grass paths run along the site. Several plots will be open to walk round. There will be a seed and plant stall.
Situated on a south facing hillside alongside Alexandra Park, this 140 plot allotment site has the feel of an urban village, with spectacular views towards central London and, on a clear day, the North Downs. Its diverse community of gardeners grow fruit, vegetables and flowers, with an emphasis on promoting biodiversity.
Large, long established allotment with over 200 plots, some organic. Maintained by culturally diverse community growing a wide variety of fruit, vegetables and flowers enjoyed by bees. With picturesque corners, quirky sheds and tours of best plots and newly created plot 147, a jewel garden not to be missed. A visit feels like a holiday in the countryside.
An allotment site not to be missed, over 150 plots set in 5½ acres. Our tenants come from diverse communities growing a wide range of flowers, fruits and vegetables. Some plots are purely organic, others resemble English country gardens. Winner of London in Bloom Best Allotment on four occasions.
Steeple Aston’s longest surviving allotment site managed by an Association on behalf of the Parish Council.The setting is in the shadow of the Church tower and has lovely views towards Rousham Folly, a wonderful place for contemplation as well as weeding.
Two adjacent, large allotment communities in the heart of Oswestry; well supported and well-loved by local residents. Vast array of fruit, flowers, vegetables in every shape and form grown on the allotments. Allotment holders will be on-hand to talk about their produce and give advice.
Skool Beanz is a gardening club for children, created by Lara Honnor, to encourage children to enjoy gardening. The allotment has a huge cut flower dahila bed, vegetable area, fruit trees and bushes, a rainwater collecting station, ‘Muddy Buddy’ compost heap, quiet wildlife garden, secret den, polytunnel and plenty of seating and tables for upcycling garden arts & crafts.
The allotments comprise of 55 plots where you will find both traditional and some exotic crops. It is obvious that the allotmenteers enjoy their space and the spectacular view of the Downs with its Jack and Jill windmills atop. Between South Downs National Park and area of ancient woodland with Downland streamside walk.
Seaford allotments have been in existence for over 110 yrs. They have 189 plots. Two thirds are a west facing slope whilst the rest are flat at the top of the hill. Most people visiting for the first time are impressed by the overall appearance of the site and the quality and range of produce grown.
The Pebworth Allotments have only been in existence a few years and residents have lovingly tended to them. They are smart and productive! Some of the Allotmenteers are real characters. Do visit and have a chat, they have a wealth of knowledge and are happy to share!
Interesting and unusual large allotment with 13 island beds displaying 500+ herbaceous perennials inc the National Collection of hardy euphorbias with over 100 varieties flowering between March and October. Organic vegetable garden. Refreshments, WC and plant sales at 26 Casson Drive, a small garden with mixed borders, shade and seaside garden.
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