Bailiffs Wall:

Bailiffs Wall has a large polytunnel, two sheds, a greenhouse, about 20 raised beds, and a 1000 litre raised water tank. We have been at Bailiffs Wall since 2008 and it has established itself very well, providing us with a great crop of fruits and vegetables year round. A warm south-facing stone wall helps support a good bed of fruit, and adjoining beds for herbs and flowers boost the wildlife and biodiversity of the whole plot, along with the newly restored pond, a hedgerow, and patches of ground that are deliberately left fairly wild.

Our polytunnel grows year round. In the summer months it gets a wonderful crop of tomatoes, lettuces, cucumbers, grapes and much more.  In the winter it provides us with salad leaves and early vegetables. We are always open to new suggestions on how to make it even more productive!

     
 
     

We are also very pleased to have Axbridge First School's involvement in the allotment.  We reserve four raised beds mainly for school use and there have been some very enthusiastic outdoor learning visits.

Here are the school beds in summer 2013:






The Axbridge Community Allotment Association is a project of the Sustainable Axbridge Network
Creating a Bioregional Approach for a sustainable future 
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