Welcome to our website!

Marlborough Road allotments
is a large site of nearly 100 plots with excellent facilities for its members, including kitchen, WCs and shop.  The site is open each year to the public for plant sales in the spring period and a Summer show.  A number of activities support local charities, including a sponsored walk and coffee morning.

This website is primarily aimed at members of the allotment, but "allotmenteers" in general and gardening enthusiasts might also be interested in the content. 

If you want to get in contact with us please go to the "Contact us" page. 

Members of the allotment can access "MEMBERS PAGES" (by invitation only).

You should always call 999 in an emergency.
Call 101 to report a non-emergency incident or make a general enquiry.

You can contact your local neighbourhood team by:
telephone (0161 856 7655), or
email (traffordnorth@gmp.police.uk)

Recent announcements

  • MRA Newsletter Feb 2015 Read our latest Newsletter here..................
    Posted 31 Jan 2015, 15:32 by Noelle Ryder
  • National Vegetable Society Attached are details of the Manchester District Association of the NVS.  If you are interested in finding out how to grow, prepare and show vegetables, learning more about gardening and ...
    Posted 9 Jan 2015, 13:44 by Noelle Ryder
  • New Website for UAGS Urmston Allotments now have their own website to visit simply copy and paste the link:uags.org.uk
    Posted 9 Jan 2015, 13:45 by Noelle Ryder
  • UAGS Newsletter Dec 2014 Latest News letter from Urmston Allotment & Gardening Society
    Posted 9 Jan 2015, 10:35 by Noelle Ryder
  • Macmillan total - Thank You
    Posted 24 Oct 2014, 14:49 by Noelle Ryder
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Allotment events

Contact our allotment secretary Jackie Morton.

This website will only be as useful as the information contributed to it.  So if you have any news, pictures, recipes, etc. let us know via the "contact us" page or the allotment email address.


No fires to be lit between 1 April and 1 October 2014.

Every border has to have a flower bed, minimum 3 feet deep, maximum 6 feet deep, at the front bordering onto the main path, and Trafford Council rules specify that it must be for flowers only – NOT any fruit or vegetables.

Trafford Council state that there is to be no cutting back of mature fruit trees without notifying the committee who will in turn inform Trafford.  Anyone cutting back fruit trees, bushes or canes on another person’s plot without permission will be asked to leave their plot immediately.  This is a condition of the lease with Trafford Council dated October 2005.  A copy is displayed on the notice board inside the pavilion.


Please help keep our allotment secure by following these simple rules "The allotment gate code":

- Gates are locked = Relock
- Gates are unlocked = Leave unlocked
- Gates are open = Leave open
- The last one to leave (e.g. no other cars, its late, etc.) - Close and lock BOTH gates


Please note back and side paths should be 3 feet wide to allow for mowing. Narrow paths cause a problem for mowing so please make good your path if necessary.

Trafford Council have made a ruling that sprinklers are not allowed and neither is the cleaning of vegetables, tools etc in the water butts. Also please remember to turn off the water after filling water butts.