Sheffield Allotments

Sheffield Allotments

Starting an allotment is an exciting thing to do with great benefits. Since the pandemic people wanting Sheffield Allotments has increased a lot. The reason behind this is that there is your own space to relax, garden, grow your own produce and enjoy the surroundings. Sheffield Council have kept open their allotments as long as you follow the current coronavirus rules set out on the Sheffield Councils Allotment website

Allotment and Kitchen Garden Book

Are you starting an allotment or planning on growing your own fruit, vegetables, herbs, and flowers in a kitchen garden? If so we highly recommend the book Allotment Month By Month. This does exactly what it does on the cover to help you with what you should be doing in the allotment and kitchen garden each month. Below you can see the link for Amazon where you can purchase the book directly. This book is extremely popular with all allotment holders as you will read in the reviews:-

You can check out all the allotment and kitchen garden books we recommend here.

Sheffield Council Allotments

Sheffield City Council has a massive amount of plots they own. The total they have to rent out is 3000 across 70 sites in and around Sheffield. Below you can find out more information about Sheffield Council Allotment sites.

The list of allotment sites that Sheffield City Council looks after are (click the one you want to find out about):-

Sheffield Allotment Associations

Some allotment sites in and around Sheffield have Associations. These Associations bring benefits to gardeners not just of allotment sites but people living in and around Sheffield. You can get discounts on Seeds, Potatoes, Onions and lots more items. You can also get to meet tentants and other gardeners where you can share knowledge and tips.

The sites that these associations are based are:-

  • Archer Lane Allotment and Home Garden Society
  • Gleadless Garden Produce Association
  • Hagg House Allotment Society
  • Hagg Lane & District Gardeners’ Allotments Society
  • Handsworth and Richmond Allotment Society
  • Hangingwater Allotment Association
  • High Wincobank Allotment Association
  • Highcliffe Allotment Society
  • Heeley District Allotment Protection Society
  • Holberry Gardens Allotment Association
  • Infield Lane Floral and Horticultural Society
  • Moss Way Allotment Group
  • Reignhead Farm Allotment Association
  • Rivelin Valley Allotment Co-operative
  • Roe Wood Allotment Society
  • Rustlings Road Allotment Society
  • Sheffield Allotments and Leisure Gardeners’ Federation
  • Vicarage Lane Allotment Society
  • Walkley Bank Allotment Society
  • Woodseats Allotment Society

You can find more out about Sheffield Council Allotments here

Sheffield Community Allotments

In and around Sheffield there are a few Community Allotment Sites, these are for the public to get involved who who not be able to manage a plot or they may have particular needs. Gardening is great for the mind and soul and it is great to get out in the fresh open air. These are the Community Allotments in and around Sheffield:-

  • Darnall Wellbeing Allotment
  • Firth Park Community Allotments
  • Leaf Community Allotment Project
  • Trade Base Allotment Project
  • Tinsley Community Project
  • Hillside Harvest Allotments

Starting an allotment

We have created a post with tips and advice to starting a allotment from scratch. To find out all our tips and advice to starting an allotment in Sheffield click here

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