Working for the community with the community
Click on the title to find out more about our site at Firth Park.
Firth Park Community Allotment was established at the Brushes allotment site in 2005 by Firth Park Surestart and Heeley City Farm to demonstrate how local families and children could learn to grow their own food.
In 2016 we won the Sheffield City Council BOLTON CUP for the best Community Allotment.
We offer a wide range of activities including:
• Food growing
• Toddler groups
• Using your DIY skills
• Cook and eat sessions
• Child-minder support
• Environmental crafts
• School and community group visits
• Women’s construction courses
• Wildlife watching
Term time only.
In 2017 we will be working with BESTSTART COMMUNITY COUNTS.
Come and join us, have fun and learn about nature and the plants we grow and eat.
We dig, grow, water, harvest and eat our produce. We run craft activities, do bug hunts and just have fun being outdoors.
Our Volunteers are essential in maintaining our plots. We are always keen for more volunteers to join our team, make friends and get some exercise, share skills and learn new ones in our stunning community plots. Volunteers can just turn up to Thursday sessons or contact Dot
- Other sessions available.
Term time only
Open to families, pop down and see us!
More regular children sessions including FREE play scheme activities for all the family giving older children a chance to join in the fun in most school holidays. Contact us for more details.
We have maintained our Community GREEN FLAG status for 5 years. In 2016 we won Sheffield City Council BOLTON CUP for Best Community Allotment.
On our site you will find
Please contact us to arrange sessions or to visit our plot
We can be found where Vickers Drive & Vickers Rd meet
S5 6TG – look for the green big gates
For more information on Firth Park Community Allotments contact;
Dot Rodman on 07985421346
Heeley City Farm Main SIte Address:
Heeley City Farm
f you would like to write to the allotment please write to the main farm site (Richards Road) FAO Dot Rodman