Navan Garden Allotments, Macetown, Navan, Co. Meath.

This is a new allotment project situated in a secure and private location just 2 miles from Navan, Co. Meath.





The allotment owners would like to encourage gardeners of all ages and experience to come and join their ever growing community of allotmenteers.

spicy cabbage

Get growing your cabbage at Navan Garden Allotments, photo / pic / image.




Public (local authority) or private: Private

Typical size of plots: 6 x 18m approx

Charges: €250 per allotment year.

Fruit tree planting allowed: Fruit bushes only are allowed.

Sheds/greenhouses allowed: Yes, but they must be cleared with the allotment owner first.

Help available on site: Help is available on request. So, if you are away on holidays or just need help the allotment keepers can assist with planting, weeding, watering, and harvesting.

Secure storage: To be confirmed.

On-site car parking: Yes

Other amenities: Free farmyard manure available.  Tapped water is also available at each allotment and each plot will come rotovated and ready for planting.

Address: Navan Garden Allotments, Macetown, Navan, Co. Meath.

Contact: Rhona Clarke

e-mail : To be confirmed

Tel : 086 383 2657

Directions: From Navan.
Take the Trim road out of Navan,  Turn right just after the Balreask Pub(1/2 mile from centre of Navan), Go up to the next junction and take a left.

Go over the new bridge and past an entrance for a cul de sac and the allotments are there on the left.

From Trim.
Travel about 1 mile out the Navan Road from Trim.  Turn Left and this will bring you into Robinstown village.

Take a right and immediate left heading for Navan.  After 1/4 mile you pass an “S” bend junction, stay on the Navan road and the allotments about 1/2 mile on the right from this bend.

From Dublin.

Take N3 out of Dublin, past Dunshaulin and after the first set of traffic lights coming into Navan you will turn left (at Willows Restaurant). After about ½ mile you will take a right just after Keating’s Oil.

Then you go over the new bridge take the next right and up to the T-junction (you are meeting the Navan-Trim Road here).

At this T-junction you take another right and immediate left and at the next T-junction you turn right and the allotments are up there on the right about ¼ mile.

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