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Information relating to allotments in the village can be found on this page

Used with kind permission of Mr J McKay

Kegworth Parish Council has three allotment sites within the village. They are on Sideley, Station Road and School Alley (just off Whatton Road). All our allotment sites are currently full, but if you would like to go on our waiting list, please contact the Parish Council via the link at the bottom of this page.

The Parish Council is a member of the National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners.

Used with kind permission of Mr D Hayes

Here is the latest newsletter from the NSALG

For more information on the Kegworth Parish Council Allotments, including how to become an allotment-holder, please contact the Parish Clerk here.

A note from the Clerk ...

Having renewed their Tenancy Agreements at the beginning of April, our allotment holders have been working very hard on their plots over the last couple of months. The photograph at the top of this section has been sent in to us by James McKay, thank you James.

We would like to receive more photos of your plot(s) over the next few months which we can use in this section of the website and on our facebook page to highlight the variety of fruit and vegetables being grown. Please email these in to Emma, our Deputy Clerk, on admin@kegworthparishcouncil.co.uk and then watch this space!

National Allotments Week is from 14 - 20 August 2017. This year the theme is "Growing the Movement" a celebration of all the hard work put in by voluntary association management committees, plot-holder volunteers and councils managing, creating, developing and safeguarding sites. For more information on the week's events, follow this link