GreenAcre Allotments, Ballyvorheen, Cappamore, Co. Limerick

GreenAcre Allotments are set in the Scenic countryside of Murroe, in the foothills of Slieve Felimn, just 20 minutes from Limerick city.





Interested in a healthier lifestyle with a regular supply of vegetables and herbs?

Why not take up a new way of life for the whole family and get some exercise in a friendly, scenic environment.


Public (local authority) or private: Private

Typical size of plots: 8 metre by  10 metre, with half size plots available if you wish.

Charges: 8 metre by 10 metre plots are €250 per allotment year.

Fruit tree planting allowed: No

Sheds/greenhouses allowed: Yes

Help available on site: Yes, the site owner will assist their plot holders with the growing and maintaining of their veg.  This is especially  useful when plot holders are on holidays.

Secure storage: To be confirmed.

On-site car parking: Yes

Other amenities: Spring water on tap and Poly-tunnels on site available to rent. Composting, recycling and waste services provided.

You will have access to plenty of farmyard  manure.  Shelter and tea making facilities are a further boon.

Address: GreenAcre Allotments, Ballyvorheen, Cappamore, Co. Limerick

Contact: John Hassett

e-mail : johnjhassett@eircom.net

Tel : 087 7811851 

Directions:

From Murroe Village:
Take the the third left, (2.4 miles), from the village.  Take the road past the primary school.  After 1.2 miles you pass a graveyard on your right.  Continue on 1.1 miles past Thomond scout centre to a crossroad known locally as Mackays Cross.  Take a left and the allotments are at the second house.

From Cappamore:
Take the road at the end of the village past the community centre and fire station. After 0.4 miles you pass the GAA field.  After 1.7 miles you come to a T junction.  Follow the main road to the right uphill.  At 2.2 miles you arrive at a crossroads known locally as Mackays Cross  Take the road straight ahead, the allotments are at the second house.

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