The Swan Allotments

Named after a pub which once stood here, these allotments have gone through periods of neglect, but have recently enjoyed a revival of interest. Brightwell was traditionally excellent fruit-growing country, and the soil is rich and fertile. The Environment Group manages a disused corner of the site to encourage biodiversity.
Click here to see members of the Environment Group hedge-laying along the allotment boundary.
Photograph Eric Dore 2005

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Just past the allotments you will see that endangered species...

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