A privately owned site consisting of 47 managed allotments let to local people.
Facilities: Wildlife area
Open to the public?Yes
Open to the public - details: Variable opening hours/pre-arranged visits/events or open days only
For security reasons the gates to plots are always locked so if you would like to see round contact Maurice on 07803127377. Our next open day will be Saturday 18th August, 2018.
Details of livestock and rare breeds kept:
100 Comber Road Newtownards
Please use the coordinates North 54 - 34.177 West 005 - 41.880 in your sat nav , if you use the post code it will take you to the Scrabo side of the Comber Road. We are on the Shore side.
For security reasons the gates to plots are always locked so if you would like to see round contact Maurice on 07803127377
There is a bus stop just on the main road about 100 metres from the entrance
Coming from Newtownards via Belfast
Coming down the hill towards Ards Shopping Centre –
Roundabout take 3 rd exit for Comber
Next Roundabout take 2nd exit for Comber
Next Roundabout take 3nd exit for Comber
Past Crepe Weavers old factory on left
Past car wash on left.
The gate for allotments is the next on the left
Coming from Comber
Take road to Newtownards
You will go onto a dual carriageway.
At the end of the carriageway, when you go round the next corner you will see the allotment plots on the right.
Start indicating to right
Pass the farmhouse and the bungalow and the gate for allotments is the next on the right.
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