The HOPE Community Allotment Project offers a supportive outdoor space where people of all ages can take part in the range of activities involved in maintaining the three plots and growing your own organic produce. 

The community allotment project is open to all and is a great place to learn new skills, make new friends while enjoying the fresh air and getting some exercise. 

We are a small not for profit organization and welcome people experiencing social barriers including learning disabilities, autism, physical or mental ill-health, isolation, long term unemployment to some along, meet the team, have fun and try something new.  

Volunteers are always needed too. If you have a few hours a week spare, we provide all the tools, equipment, seeds, help and advice you need to start growing your own fruit and veg.

 Participants are charged just £1 for each session this helps cover our costs and includes light refreshments and home-made soup. 

Sessions run on Monday & Thursday from 9:30am – 1pm. A Saturday sessions runs 10am until perhaps 3pm during the warmer months.

Introducing Tiger Lily, our allotment cat.

The place isn't the same without him! Tiger as now moved away from the allotment, and is now residing with one of our volunteers

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