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Grow your own fresh vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers.

We manage over 3,000 allotments and, with over 70 sites.

Sites and vacancies.

Location map of allotment sites.  


First steps

What you are taking on: considering an allotment?

New allotment holders find that they quickly develop new skills and knowledge.


Apply for an allotment

Waiting list.

Apply for an allotment.


Benefits for you

Allotments are a good way of producing healthy delicious fruit and vegetables at a relatively low cost and you can produce them organically if you want to.

They are also a good way to make friends with people who share your interest in gardening.

There are plots designed for disabled people (wheelchair and non wheelchair users) available at some sites.

They are a great way to relax and unwind from the stresses of modern living and provide an excellent form of exercise for people of all ages and abilities.


Grow vegetables at home

If you feel that an allotment isn't for you, you can still grow vegetables at home.

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