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Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) is proud to have 4 thriving allotment sites across Stafford Borough. Each allotment site has been transformed from unused waste ground by the local community.
All our allotment plots vary in size and are FREE of charge for all community members and groups. Each allotment site is managed and maintained by its plot holders.
Allotments are a great way for families and individuals to grow their own fresh produce and save money on those expensive food bills. They also provide a fun and rewarding opportunity to become more physically active.
Register your interest
If you have experience of growing, or fancy a go at being green fingered please register your interest using the form:
Location of allotment sites
- Priory Road, Stone
- Adamthwaite Drive, Blythe Bridge
- Brookhouse Drive, Barlaston
- Meadow Road, Stafford
*Priority will be given to SARH customers and those living local to each site
Local residents now spend more time outside doing some physical activity and learning new skills, as well as enjoying eating the fresh vegetables produced.
Since the Allotments have been established Plot Holders have reported:
• Improved eating habits
• Improved mental wellbeing
• Improved family communication
• Increased knowledge
• Increased family activity time
• An increase in fruit and vegetable consumption from 1-2 per day to 2-4 pieces per day
The Growing Health Allotment Project is an innovative, sustainable initiative driving lifestyle and culture change within communities where there is significant need for health and wellbeing improvements.
The initiative is based on a the highly successful pilot project that took place at Meadow Road in Stafford, where a new community allotment was launched in summer 2012.
Since 2015 SARH has worked with Stafford Borough Council to help Customers, Community Groups, people from local businesses and Community Members to create award-winning Community Allotments from fly tipped, unused waste ground.
The project seeks to:
• Develop support networks, reducing isolation
• Empower Communities, increased confidence and independence
• Improve mental health
• Improve the appearance of the local area
• Promote physical activity
• Princes Trust
• Community Groups
• Staffordshire Wildlife Trust
• One Recovery
• Local businesses
Stafford and Rural Homes is delighted to be involved in this project that has brought together a broad range of community groups and local residents to transform what was a local eyesore into a valuable resource for current and future generations to enjoy.