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Godstone Parish Council


 Allotment Newsletter

pdfAllotment Newsletter 2021.


Visiting Allotments during Covid 19

The National Allotment Society has issued guidance on visiting allotments in accordance with government regulations, https://www.nsalg.org.uk/news/covid19-information/ and the Parish council request that you follow this guidance.

Notice in relation to Allotment Agreements 2020-2021

Due to the Covid19 Situation there will be a delay in the Allotment Agreements being sent to Allotment holders, the Parish office will ensure that agreements are sent to allotment holders as soon as practicable and thank you for your understanding in these exceptional circumstances.

There have been no changes to the standard agreement and allotment holders should continue to abide by the Terms & Conditions as detailed in the 2019-2020 allotment agreements.
Please inform the Clerk if you do not wish to continue with your allotment plot from 1 April 2020.
At the Finance Commitee meeting held in December 2019 it was confrimed that there would be no increase in the rent for allotment plots and the rent for plots remains at £7.71 per 25sqm with a minimum charge of £15.


allotmentsIn Godstone Parish there is one allotmemt site in Godstone Village. The allotments are at the rear of Salisbury Road and owned by the Parish Council.

The rent for plots is £7.71 per 25sqm with a minimum charge of £15.

Rents are set annually by the Parish Council and annual tenancy agreements are offered on the understanding that tenants comply with guidelines as laid out in the Terms & Conditions.

These documents can be downloaded with the application form or a copy can be requested from the Clerk.

If you would like to rent a plot at Salisbury Road please complete this downloadable pdfApplication Form and return it to the Clerk.

Under the Small Holdings and Allotments Act 1908 a Parish Council, subject to its circumstances, is obliged to provide allotments if there is either a perceived need to supply such plots in the area, or if six or more electors within the Parish make a written request.




Chickens at the allotment
Recent addition to the Sailsbury Road Allotment - Chickens now in residence!
tilled soil
The soil at the Sailsbury Road Allotments is wonderful - Think of all your lovely home grown vegetables!
well kept allotments
A sunny day at the allotments makes you stand back and admire all the wonderful work done there - and the chance to eat it too!