Ballygroman Farm Allotments, Co. Cork.

Bring along the family to Ballygroman Farm Allotments in Co. Cork and see the advantages of having your own allotment.





Meet many new friends getting plenty of fresh air and exercise in a scenic country setting.

Know what you eat and grow that food in a social environment.

Behind the Reds

Grow your own food, photo / pic / image.

Public (local authority) or private: Private

Typical size of plots: Allotment size provided upon your requirement and needs.

Charges: Contact allotment owner for further information.

Fruit tree planting allowed: Yes, dwarf fruit tree planting allowed.

Sheds/greenhouses allowed: To be confirmed.

Help available on site: A friendly and hands on service assured. Your plot will be ploughed, rotovated, and waiting for you.

Secure storage: Tool storage available

On-site car parking: Yes

Other amenities: All allotment plots fenced off, and water available on tap.

Farm manure available at all times, with horse manure available on request.

Communal picnic area and toilets also provided.

Exchange/trading table for excess vegetables grown.

Plans for Near Future:
  • Barbecue area.
  • Talks and demonstrations (from many experts).
  • Hen Hatchery.
  • Children’s educational demonstrations.
  • Day trips and outings.
  • The possibility of Bee Keeping and expert advice from long term Bee Keeper.
  • Supplies and tools for allotment owners.

Address: Ballygroman Farm Allotments, Ballygroman Upper, Ovens, Co. Cork

Contact: John or Sharon.

e-mail : sharon.macarthy@gmail.com

Tel : John 086 3077447 or Sharon 086 3281656

Directions: From Cork City:
Take the Ballincollig Bypass (west) until you see slip road for Kilumney (signposted Kilumney), take this slip and then take first exit on roundabout.

Go straight and pass Kilumney Inn which is on your left.  Continue straight for few 100 yards after Kilumney Inn and then take 1st left.

Continue up hill until you come to 4 cross roads (land mark known as Begley’s Forge). Take left on cross roads and Ballygroman Farm Allotments are the first farm on right.

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