Horton Community Farm

Transforming 1.75 acres of the underused Cecil Avenue Allotments into a thriving permaculture centre for affordable local food, environmental education and horticultural therapy.

At the moment, the site on Cecil Avenue Allotments is mainly overgrown jungle with the derelict remains of glass and brick buildings. So far we've removed over 22 tonnes of rubbish.  Our exciting plans for the future include a community area with starter plots, a straw-bale building, a large edible forest garden, a nature area and polytunnels.

Contact: Jonathan Pollard


United Kingdom
53° 47' 2.04" N, 1° 46' 38.8056" W

Bowling Park Community Orchard

The orchard was created in 2003 on six disused allotment plots. There are about 40 varietes of fruit, mostly apples, including several originating in Yorkshire. As well as offering an opportunity to grow local, organic fruit the orchard is being managed for the benefit of wildlife and to create space for social events.
Find out more about the orchard and Apple Day events by visiting the BEES website:



United Kingdom
53° 46' 39.9252" N, 1° 44' 34.3608" W

Food Links Network (FLINT)

Aim: To establish and support community bulk-buy fruit and vegetable groups through giving advice and training, supplying equipment and the bulk-buy5 A Day purchasing scheme.


United Kingdom
53° 47' 36.8268" N, 1° 43' 54.7536" W
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