The St Anns Allotments, Nottingham, is a very special and unique allotment site. It is the oldest and largest area of Victorian detached town gardens in the world and is listed with a Grade 2* by English Heritage. The site covers 75 acres and sits in the heart of the one of the most deprived inner-city communities in the country.

STAA runs a Community Orchard on a collection of plots on the St Ann’s Allotments. It is a lively hub of educational and community life centered on local children and families.

heritage ceramics


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  • 1. christine bailey  |  June 23, 2011 at 11:03 pm

    hi everyone, i live accross the road from the allotments on hungerhill rd. my cat has gone missing hes a large grey cat and were wondering if hes wondered on the allotments, if you see him can u please call me on 07528245624 as i cant go on there to look for him myself.
    thank you x

  • 2. beeseeker  |  November 29, 2013 at 10:00 am

    Great blog: best wishes.

  • 3. WILD NOTTINGHAM  |  May 9, 2014 at 10:19 am

    This is an interesting blog – good to hear about what’s going on on these remarkable allotments, especially in terms of wildlife.


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