Allotments Waiting List
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Located in the grounds of what was the Briarfields House, access to the site is from Elwick Road. This site has an active Association. There are 15 plots on this site.
Situated on the side of the Burn Valley Gardens, access is from Blakelock Road and Brinkburn Road. There are 75 plots.
Located on the side of the Grayfields Recreation Grounds, access is mainly from Chester Road. There are 155 plots. There is an active Association operating on this site.
Accessed from Saltaire Terrace, there are only 3 plots in Greatham Village operated by the Council. Although there are many more plots in the village operated by 'The Hospital of God
This site is accessed from Haswell Avenue. There are 31 plots and the site has an active association.
Hartlepool's largest allotment site. This site runs parallel to the railway line. Access is via Speeding Drive or Dowson Road. There are 167 plots in this site.
This site has only one plot! It is located in Olive Street on the Headland.
Located behind what used to be Brierton Hospital, this site is accessed from Brierton Lane. The site has 66 plots.
One of two sites in Seaton Carew. This site is accessed from Station Lane and is adjacent to the Seaton Carew train station. The site consists of 77 plots.
There are 131 plots which are mainly accessed from Kingsley Avenue or Brierton Lane.
This site is accessed from Summerhill Lane and has 57 plots.
This site is located between the Throston and Chester Road sites. Access to this site is via the end of Thornhill Gardens. There are 88 plots.
This site is located next to the Thornhill allotment site. It has 82 plots. Access is either via Elmwood Road or Wiltshire Way.
This site is accessed by either of 2 gates at the end of Thompson Grove. The site has only 5 plots.
This site is accessed from Waverley Terrace and has 13 plots. It sits next to the Waverley Terrace Community Allotment site.
The other allotment site in Seaton Carew. This one is accessed from Bolton Grove. There are 31 plots. There is an active association.