Siddington Village Allotments
Great hobby, healthy exercise, great vegetables, fruit and flowers 
© Copyright Siddington Village Allotments Administrator 2017

Welcome

to Siddington Village Allotments - your

one stop site of allotment information and

resources.

Helping you enjoy allotment gardening

This site is to provide members of Siddington Allotments with a one stop site of information and resources. It is hoped the site will be useful to others wishing to learn about Siddington Allotments or are interested in growing their own fruit and vegetables. All are welcome to contribute or if you would like to see something covered on the site then please contact us. Similarly, If you have photos or information that you would allow to be published then please contact Liz Gardner. Allotment gardening can be a very rewarding pastime and can make a valuable contribution to the quality of peoples’ lives. Open space is becoming increasingly important within our communities as the intensity of development increases. Allotments are important recreational assets for people without gardens. Cultivating an allotment provides an affordable source of fruit and vegetables, an essential part of a healthy  diet. If they are organically grown, you will reduce your exposure to pesticides, herbicides and fungicides.
Click here for a Plotholder's Guide
Siddington Village Allotments
great hobby, healthy exercise, great vegetables, fruit and flowers
© Copyright Siddington Village Allotments Administrator 

Welcome

to Siddington Village Allotments -

your one stop site of allotment

information and resources.

Helping you enjoy allotment gardening

This site is to provide members of Siddington Allotments with a one stop site of information and resources. It is hoped the site will be useful to others wishing to learn about Siddington Allotments or are interested in growing their own fruit and vegetables. All are welcome to contribute or if you would like to see something covered on the site then please contact us. Similarly, If you have photos or information that you would allow to be published then please contact Liz Gardner. Allotment gardening can be a very rewarding pastime and can make a valuable contribution to the quality of peoples’ lives. Open space is becoming increasingly important within our communities as the intensity of development increases. Allotments are important recreational assets for people without gardens. Cultivating an allotment provides an affordable source of fruit and vegetables, an essential part of a healthy  diet. If they are organically grown, you will reduce your exposure to pesticides, herbicides and fungicides.
Click here for a Plotholder's Guide