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Allotment Rental

A significant service facilitated by Hailsham Town Council is the provision of allotments.

SAM_0266At present, the Council manages 96 plots on three sites in Hailsham: Battle Road (59 plots); Station Road/Common Pond (14 plots); Harold Avenue (23 plots). Standard plots are 3 or 5 rods in size.

Rental costs are: £23.10 per annum (3 rod size) and £39.60 per annum (5 rod size). A £50 deposit is requested for newly registering plotholders, which will be refunded at the time of cessation of allotment tenancy (provided the plot is left in a satisfactory and rentable condition).

For further information, please call 01323 841702 or karen.giddings@hailsham-tc.gov.uk for details.

Why have an allotment?

Health: Benefits achieved through exercise and a better diet of fruit and vegetables!
Environment: Benefits achieved through the use of fewer (if any!) chemicals, the composting of green waste and the recycling of materials.
Community: Benefits achieved through social contact from sharing plants, tools, produce, and knowledge!

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Allotment Tenancy Agreement: Harold Avenue 231 KB
Allotment Tenancy Agreement: Battle Road 230 KB

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