Amberley Allotments, Amberley, Rochestown, Co. Cork
Amberley Allotments allows you to reinvent the skills of your forefathers through growing your own vegetables, fruit and flowers. The other idea behind setting up Amberley Allotments was, besides growing your own, to create a community where people exchange seeds, plants and advice and a have a bit of craic! Amberley Allotments are situated in Rochestown and are convenient to everyone who lives at that side of the Cork city.
Public (local authority) or private: Private.
Typical size of plots: 100 sq. yards [5 yards by 20 yards].
Charges: To be confirmed.
Fruit tree planting allowed: To be confirmed.
Sheds/greenhouses allowed: A growing tunnel is available for seeds & plugs.
Help available on site: Yes, as the owner is a landscape contractor (Ludgate Lanscapes) & lives on site. As well as this, Peter Dowdall of Dunsland Garden Centre has been the main advisor to this project and is available always for advice and help.
Secure storage: To be confirmed.
On-site car parking: Yes, parking is available beside each individual plot for easy access.
Other amenities: Each plot pre-cultivated, manured and ready for immediate planting. Each plot also has water available, is protected by a windbreak and is facing South and West.
Address: Amberley Allotments, Amberley, Rochestown, Co. Cork
Contact: Brian and Sue Ludgate.
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel : Brian: 086 2596140 or Sue: 086 8155435
Directions: The allotments are situated close to Rochestown College and are equidistant between Carrigaline, Monkstown and Douglas.
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