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Would you like to have a bit of the beautiful St Anns Allotments on your wall?
Now is the chance to buy our gardening calendar, full of lovely pictures of the gardens, taken by our tenants.
Mo Cooper Heritage Officer said “Visitors often want a souvenir of our gardens, so with the help of our gardeners we’ve pulled together a lovely assortment of pictures across the year. John Holmes, from BBC Radio Nottingham was our invited judge to select the pictures.

The calendar includes advice from our gardeners, monthly tasks lists, and room for your own notes. As a gardening calendar it’s not fixed to a particular year – so you can reuse it year on year.”

Mo added “It was suggested that we should do a ‘calendar girls’ one but – with due respect to our older gardeners – we didn’t think Nottingham was ready for it!”

Purchase details are on the homepage or click on the donate button to the left.
Calendars are £6 inc p&p
Postcards are 80p inc p&p
For prices for more than one of any item please contact Mo Cooper at the office (0115 911 0207) or by email

All funds go to the upkeep of the site

 

What’s on at St Anns Allotments

  There’s a lot for allotment holders to get involved in over the coming weeks…   You may have seen posters around site and lots of activity on Facebook leading up to our Wildlife Weekend, which is kicking off this evening with a bat walk. The bat walk is fully booked, but take a look at […] ...more

 

Wildlife Weekend

St Anns Allotments Wildlife Weekend 2014, on 19th and 20th July, promises to be full of activity.  The timetable includes bats, botany, birds, butterflies, bees, and moths…There will also be moth traps across site, and you may see the odd studious botanist or ecologist studying species across site.  We want to get as many species […] ...more

 

Join us for a Heritage Walk on Wednesday 25th June

Learn about 700 years of history, visit our heritage display garden, meet today’s gardeners and finish off with a cup of tea. Please park on Ransom Road or catch the no 42 bus. The site is hilly – so please wear suitable footwear and dress for the weather! Please book your place on 0115 958 […] ...more

 

St Anns Allotments

Join us for a series of activities based on finding more about the wildlife of St Anns Allotments.  This will include a ‘Bioblitz’ to count as many species as possible in the weekend. Lots of our partner organisations will be on site for lots of wildlife activities: Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust will be at the Community […] ...more

 

Rankin at the Allotments

We were happy to welcome international photographer Rankin to the allotments last Friday to take pictures of allotment holders and volunteers. The sun was shining, everyone had a great time and all of the photographs are fantastic! There was a buzz around the visitor centre all day, and especially in the evening when people started […] ...more

 

Activity Day and Mushroom Growing Workshop at the Community Orchard

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Spring Blossom Day at St Anns Allotments!

  Come and celebrate the spring with us at our Blossom Day event! There’ll be fun for all the family with stalls, a drumming workshop, a glass painting workshop, tours of the site, self-guided walks and poppy planting for World War One remembrance. You’ll also be able to wander around open gardens including the Ecoworks Community […] ...more

 

Rankin is coming to St Anns Allotments!

It’s all happening on Friday 16th May 2014! Rankin will be photographing plot holders and volunteers during the day – if you have a plot at St Anns Allotments and would like to have your picture taken, contact the STAA office. The deadline is Monday 28th April. All names will go in a hat. Click […] ...more

 

Gardeners’ Newsletter Spring 2014

The Spring newsletter is now ready! Please click on the front page below to read it. ...more

 

Spring has Sprung!

Spring has sprung, and we have a lot planned for the next couple of months. The allotments are going to be busy, busy, busy… The Easter holidays are here and there are lots of fun outdoor activities planned at the Community Orchard – see below for details. If you want to keep up-to-date with what’s on […] ...more

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