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Allotments

Apply for an allotment

To apply, please contact the relevant person/organisation on the schedule of allotments below.

The schedule of allotments

Details of allotments in Bridgend County Borough.
Allotment name Area Street address Managed by Management details
Heol y Cyw Bridgend area High Street, Heol y Cyw, Bridgend. Bridgend County Allotments Association

No details are currently available.

Jubilee Road Allotments Bridgend area Jubilee Road off Cowbridge Road. Bridgend Town Council Carnegie House, Wyndham Street, Bridgend. CF31 1EF.
Dunraven Business Park Bridgend area Off Coychurch Road. Bridgend Town Council Carnegie House, Wyndham Street, Bridgend. CF31 1EF.
Great Western Avenue Bridgend area Great Western Avenue, Bridgend. Bridgend Town Council Carnegie House, Wyndham Street, Bridgend. CF31 1EF.
Bryncethin Bridgend area Wigan Terrace, Bryncethin, Bridgend. Bridgend County Allotment Association

No details are currently available.

Chorleywood Bridgend area Brackla. Bridgend County Allotment Association

No details are currently available.

Badgers Mead aka Badgers Brook Bridgend area Brackla. Bridgend County Allotment Association

No details are currently available.

Penprysg aka Sunnyside Bridgend area Penprysg Road, Pencoed, Bridgend. Bridgend County Allotment Association

No details are currently available.

Newton Nottage Road Porthcawl Newton Nottage Road. Bridgend County Allotments Association

No details are currently available.

The Wilderness Porthcawl Heol Y Goedwig. Bridgend County Allotments Association

No details are currently available.

Twmpath Maesteg and Caerau Heol Tywith, Nantyffyllon, Maesteg. Bridgend County Allotments Association

No details are currently available.

Bron Fair Maesteg and Caerau Cwmdu Road, Maesteg. Bridgend County Allotments Association

No details are currently available.

Ogmore Vale Ogmore Valley Park Avenue and Greenfield Terrace. Bridgend County Allotments Association

No details are currently available.

Five benefits of owning an allotment

Tending an allotment is:

  • a fun hobby
  • a source of sustainable, low cost food
  • a route to better health and wellbeing
  • a way of enjoying green space
  • an opportunity to socialise

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