Brundall is located on the north bank of the River Yare, east of the city of Norwich. The civil parish has a population of approximately 4,000 people.
The benefits of providing allotments for the village of Brundall are intended to include:.
Health & Well-being
Studies have shown that allotments play a vital role in developing active and healthy lifestyles. Growing one’s own fruit and vegetables helps to protect against ill-health.
Outdoor Learning to help develop children’s understanding of nature and science. A School Gardening Club enables children to learn about growing food and plants.
Allotments provide places for bringing people together. They are not just a great place for growing produce but also a great place for growing friendships. Allotments can be the centre for fun days and local events.
As food prices rise and concerns over carbon footprints gather pace, growing at least some of your own food is beginning to make both financial and environmental sense.
Allotments are an increasingly important resource for wildlife. The addition of flowers to an allotment will attract vital pollinating insects such as bees.