Corrib Garden Allotments, Portacarron, Co. Galway.

A child, and family friendly allotment scheme in Co. Galway.

Situated 17 miles from Galway on the N59 with Lough Corrib just down the road this allotment gives you the chance to get out and about in the fresh air. You will have the chance to grow your own vegetables & flowers and also gain the benefits of being more active.

Public (local authority) or private: Private

Typical size of plots: 15 metres x 5 metres with 1 metre gap between each plot. The whole site is surrounded by a rabbit-proof fence.

Charges: €300 per allotment year.

Fruit tree planting allowed: To be confirmed.

Sheds/greenhouses allowed: Yes.

Help available on site: To be confirmed at present, but tools that you may not normally have access to will be provided, such as sledgehammers

Secure storage: To be confirmed.

On-site car parking: Yes

Other amenities: All allotment plots fenced off, and water available on tap between every second plot.

Composting bins, stable manure and wheelbarrows available at all times.

Communal garden shed/potting shed as well as tea making facilities

A Composting toilet is also provided. ;)

Address: Corrib Garden Allotments, Portacarron, Co. Galway.

Contact: Jonathan

e-mail :

Tel : Jonathan 087-1332442

Directions: To be confirmed.


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One Response to “Corrib Garden Allotments, Portacarron, Co. Galway.”

  1. Billy King Says:


    We are a new company selling dry decomposition machines for processing waste food into a sterile bio mass that can be used as a soil amendment.

    We currently have stream of this compost which would suit allotment growers as a fertilizer.

    If you would be interested in collecting this in Galway city as a free source of fertilizer for use on your allotments please contact me on 087 9908043

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