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Allotments 5 During Open Gardens 12th June 2016
Allotments 2 During Open Gardens 12th June 2016
Allotments 1 During Open Gardens 12th June 2016
Allotments 4 During Open Gardens 12th June 2016
Allotments 3 During Open Gardens 12th June 2016

Grab an Allotment
Heale Lane Allotments have a few plots for rent.
£17 for the year and you get free healthy exercise and a chance to "Grow Your Own".
For more information contact Tony or Jenny Potts on 253953.

The Heale Lane Allotment Association provides residents in and around Curry Rivel with the opportunity to experience the joy of 'growing your own'. We have 39 plots all of which are currently occupied. Plots vary in size from 250 m2 (a 10 pole plot) to half plots and quarter plots. In this way we provide for the interest and available time of all our members. Interests are diverse with a wide range of vegetables, fruit and flowers being grown. Recently some members have started looking after chickens and ducks on the site. We are affiliated to the National Allotment Association The Allotment site is open at all times to members. We hold an annual barbecue on the site and occasional social functions. The management committee meets 4 times a year including the AGM

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