Bridgwater Town Council Allotment Sites
Bridgwater has 10 allotment sites. You can find information on the sites and their locations below. If you wish to apply for an allotment plot in Bridgwater, please use the form below. Plots are in high demand and there are waiting lists for some of our allotment sites. We aim to open up new plots at Bristol Road in 2023/2024. If you’re under 18 an adult must complete the application for you. They will be responsible for any costs incurred.
For further information please contact Bridgwater Town Council:
In person at the Town Hall. Office hours: Monday to Friday 09:00-17:00
Email: [email protected]create new email
Telephone: 01278 427692opens phone dialer (please leave a voicemail if calling outside of these working hours).
Fact Sheets From The National Allotment Society
If you would like to erect a chicken coop on your plot, please click on the link below:
Information regarding the Welfare Standards of Chickens can be found on the RSPCA website: opens in a new windowChickens as pets – RSPCA.
Information pages can also be found at: opens in a new windowHens on allotments – The National Allotment Society – National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners Ltd (nsalg.org.uk)
Current Bird Flu advice/rules opens in a new windowBird flu (avian influenza): latest situation in England – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
If you would like to keep bees on your allotment plot, please click on the link below.
More information on bee keeping can be found on The British Bee Keepers Association: opens in a new windowBritish Beekeepers Association (bbka.org.uk)
Greenhouse/Polytunnel/Tool Shed Form
If you would like to erect a greenhouse, tool shed or polytunnel on your plot, please complete the application form below.
Co-Worker Agreement Form
If you would like to add a co-worker to your plot, please click on the link below:
The co-worker agreement form should be completed in full by the intended co-worker and signed by the tenant.
Please return the completed form to [email protected]create new email
Please note, the Council has a responsibility to other tenants and members of the public seeking a plot and we will periodically monitor all allotment plots to ensure that standards are being upheld.