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Allotments

There are many allotment sites in the Borough, we own some of them and others are owned by independent associations.

Applications are only accepted from residents of the Stockton-on-Tees Borough. Plot rents cost £35 per year regardless of the size.

How you apply for a plot will depend on which allotment you are interested in.

 

Community Gardens

If you are on a waiting list for an allotment but want to get gardening now, then why not get involved in one of the Community Gardens across Stockton-on-Tees which are open to all. For further information on how to get involved, contact the Community Engagement team on engagement@stockton.gov.uk. Opportunities may also be listed on the Stockton Volunteers website.

 

Allotments in the Borough

Billingham

There are 6 allotment sites in Billingham:  

  • Bypass B 
  • Bypass C 
  • Cotswold Crescent 
  • Cowpen Lane 
  • Lincoln Crescent 
  • Matlock Gardens 

These sites are run by the Billingham Allotment Association.  

You can apply for a plot in any of these allotments at the Cowpen Lane site shop which is open on Sundays from 10am until 12pm. 

 

Eaglescliffe

There are 2 allotment sites in Eaglescliffe.  

Preston Lane  

The Preston Lane site is managed by the Preston Allotment Association. Contact Graham Clyburn by emailing gecrioja@aol.com to apply for a plot.

Quarry Road 

Complete our online form to apply for a plot at the Quarry Road site.  

Report an issue with an allotment at the Quarry Road site. 

 

Egglescliffe 

Urlay Nook Road allotment is the only site in Egglescliffe.  

Contact Egglescliffe and Eaglescliffe Parish Council to apply for a plot.

 

Norton 

Billingham Road allotment is the only site in Norton.  

Contact Jayne Pailor by emailing ljp9@live.co.uk from the Billingham Road Allotment Association to apply for a plot. 

 

Port Clarence 

Clarences Leisure and Garden Association is the only allotment in the Port Clarence area.  

Email clga-secretary@hotmail.com to apply for a plot.  

 

Stockton 

There are five allotment sites in Stockton.  

Dundas Street Pigeon Park 

Contact allotments@stockton.gov.uk to apply for a plot at this site.  

Oxbridge Lane Allotments 

This site is managed by the Stockton Allotment Association, email Ken Kilburn (ken.oxbridge@outlook.com) to apply for a plot.  

Portrack and Tilery Pigeon Park 

Contact Ian McClade on 01642 605078 to apply for a plot at this site.  

Dover Road Pigeon Site (formally known as Dumbarton Allotments) 

Contact allotments@stockton.gov.uk to apply for a plot at this site.  

Spennithorne Road Allotments 

This site is managed by the Stockton Allotment Association, contact Paul Johnson on 01642 870171 or 07932 574544 to apply for a plot.

 

Thornaby 

There are 4 sites in Thornaby:  

  • Andrews Site 
  • Foggins Site 
  • Harewood Site 
  • Harewood B Site 

Complete our online form to apply for a plot at any of these sites. 

As plots at Thornaby are within gated sites, new plot holders may need to pay a deposit of £20 for a gate key which can then be collected from Customer Services located in Thornaby Library. 

Report an issue with an allotment in one of the Thornaby sites. 

 

Wolviston 

Contact Wolviston Parish Council by emailing clerk@wolviston-village.co.uk to apply for a plot in Wolviston Allotments.  

 

Yarm 

You can find information about the allotments in Yarm on the Yarm Town Council website