tours for 2015 start

March 31, 2015 at 11:26 am 2 comments

we started our heritage tours today. we went for a walk and popped in on Charlie then on to the Heritage Garden. Nice cool sunny weather. Fancy joining us? we’ll be running the tours the last Saturday of the month – start 1.30pm from visitor centre

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  • 1. Brian W Smith  |  July 25, 2015 at 3:01 pm

    Why no map to help people find the Allotments? Where is the Visitor Centre? We have an old b&w photo taken on a family allotment c1946 and would like to locate where it was.

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    • 2. staaltd  |  July 29, 2015 at 9:01 am

      see http://www.staa-allotments.org.uk/howto/map.htm for map. if you check google earth they show the site with all the hedges – so easier to navigate
      we are developing a new web site which is better for visitors
      in the meantime the visitor centre is at 121 Ransom Road, Nottingham, NG3 3LH just next to Coppice Park
      Tel 0115 958 9255
      do you have a plot number for your family plot?
      if you are local do you want to arrange to come in to have a look?
      we prob don’t have any records from 1946 but if you let me know the family name i’ll look up on our data base

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