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Growing your own food is an affordable option for fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables. 

It will ensure you know exactly where your food has come from, can save money on your grocery shopping and can provide other benefits such as improving health and providing some exercise.

Allotment Sites: 

Apply for an allotment in B&NES

Community food growing projects

There are a number of community food growing projects across Bath and North East Somerset run on allotment sites, parks, gardens, orchards and farms. Most growing projects are run on a drop in basis by local people and provide a great opportunity to learn new skills, meet people and have fun!

View our Community Food Growing Projects map

We have tried to make this information as up to date as possible, but if you see a mistake or missing information let us know by emailing Sustainability@BATHNES.GOV.UK

Resources and advice

If you’re interested in local gardening tips, courses and more these local organisations may be able to help…

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