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Imberhorne Allotment Association
The Association are now taking new applications for available plots
In 2017 the Imberhorme allotment site was awarded a certificate of excellence from the South and South East in Bloom committee.
Our 2017 annual BBQ in attendancce the East Grinstead’s town mayor, Cllr Mrs Julie Mockford
Welcome to our website, we are the Imberhorne Allotment Association (IAA) a voluntary managed allotment, located on the north side of East Grinstead. Our plot holders are a keen group of allotmenteers and on these 90 plots we grow all types of fruits, vegetables, plants and produce. We also have a couple of tenants who keep honey bees on site, this helps with pollination of our fruit and vegetables throughout the spring/summer months. Plus the bonus of locally produced honey. Why take on an Allotment? Do you want to make new friends, involve the whole family in a shared interest, experience the satisfaction of eating an abundance of healthy produce that you have grown yourself and get fresh air and exercise? Why not put your name on our waiting list.  See our contacts page for our email address.
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Imberhorne Allotment Association
The Association are now taking new applications for available plots
In 2017 the Imberhorme allotment site was awarded a certificate of excellence from the South and South East in Bloom committee.
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Welcome to our website, we are the Imberhorne Allotment Association (IAA) a voluntary managed allotment, located on the north side of East Grinstead. Our plot holders are a keen group of allotmenteers and on these 90 plots we grow all types of fruits, vegetables, plants and produce. We also have a couple of tenants who keep honey bees on site, this helps with pollination of our fruit and vegetables throughout the spring/summer months. Plus the bonus of locally produced honey. Why take on an Allotment? Do you want to make new friends, involve the whole family in a shared interest, experience the satisfaction of eating an abundance of healthy produce that you have grown yourself and get fresh air and exercise? Why not put your name on our waiting list.  See our contacts page for our email address.