Allotment sites in Cheltenham and the surrounding area
C&DAHA do not manage any allotment sites, but plot holders on any of the sites in the Cheltenham area are able to join. There are nine allotment sites which are provided by Cheltenham Borough Council, plus an additional eight sites in and around Cheltenham – most of which are managed by Parish Councils.
The allotment map shows the location of all the allotment sites in and around Cheltenham. Green pins on the map mark the nine sites managed by the council and the red pins mark the sites managed by other organisations.
Clicking on a pin will give you more information about that site and how to apply. There are different people to contact depending on whether the site is managed by Cheltenham Borough Council or by another organisation.
Source: Cheltenham Borough Council
Owned by Cheltenham Borough Council
For more information see the Cheltenham Borough Council website Allotment pages. Here you will find details of costs and charges, locations and other useful information. Waiting lists for council allotments range from a few months to several years depending on the site. To be eligible for a council allotment you need to be over 18, a resident of Cheltenham and your council tax should be payable to Cheltenham Borough Council. See further eligibility criteria here.
To apply for a council allotment click here.
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Not Borough Council – mainly Parish Councils
The other allotment sites in the area are run by local churches, parish councils and private organisations. Each have their own eligibility criteria which usually requires you to be resident in the particular parish. Phone or email the site contacts for more information.
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