South Yardley Allotments Society
Allotment sites in Acocks Green and South Yardley


Welcome to the website of South Yardley Allotments Society




Flower display on Wharfland site


There is nothing more rewarding than eating fresh home grown food and there is an opportunity in Acocks Green and South Yardley to do just that.

There are vacant plots available on our allotment sites. Sizes and costs vary and they are half price for Over 65s.
We have many plots rented by young families with more and more women renting plots.
Gardening on an allotment gives you lots of space to dedicate to growing your favourite produce and the advice and experience of other local gardeners is also close at hand. And of course, fresh air, exercise and lots of healthy food! This is a good time to start an allotment with the whole growing season still ahead of you. It might be an idea to get family and friends involved too and then you can share the rewards.  If you are a new to gardening  there are lots of helpful gardening books at the local libraries.

We're here to keep you up to date with what is going on our 2 allotment sites, one in South Yardley (The Clay Lane Site) and one in  Acocks Green (Wharfland Site)

Whether you are a member of the Society or just a passing visitor please take time to have a look around and see what we've been up to.

The Clay Lane Site lies to the North of the Grand Union Canal has 70 individual allotment plots of varying sizes and some are divided into half plots. There are  currently 16 vacant plots.

The Wharfland Site is in Acocks Green and lies South of the canal. There are 38 plots of varying sizes some of which are divided into smaller half plots.
 There is currently one vacant plot. There is now a state-of-the-art composting toilet on this site.

Buildings. The Society has a shop, a Meeting Room,  a toilet and a communal toolshed all on the Clay Lane site The shop is opened Tuesday and Thursday mornings and some Saturday and Sunday mornings  (all 10-12) during the growing season and offer plot holders fertiliser, compost , lime, netting, canes, fleece,, weed control fabric and much more  at competitive prices. (click on "Allotment Tenancy" then "Shop")

Rules and regulations.
Allotment Rules are set Birmingham City Council and can be by clicking the "Allotment Rules" link at the side.

If you would like to rent an allotment in the Acocks Green or South Yardley area please contact us using the email address at the bottom of each page or click the "Contact Us" button









Grow your own!
  • Fruit

    Apples, plums and even cherries may be grown on dwarfing stocks in a limited space.


  • Vegetables

    Grow vegetables organically without pesticides


We Recommed Jeffries, Acocks Green
35-39 Shirley Road
Birmingham, B27 7XU
0121 706 1970
Comprehensive range of gardening products and plants. 
Excellent Service



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