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STAA: Gateway to the Gardens

St Ann’s Allotments are the oldest and largest area of Victorian detached town gardens in the world, and are Grade 2* Listed by English Heritage. The site covers 75 acres, has 700 gardens, over 30 miles of hedgerow and 2000 fruit trees, many of which are heritage varieties.

STAA deliver outreach programmes to allow all members of the community to benefit from the site, including children’s activities on the Community Orchard, and volunteering opportunities on Urban Nature and Display gardens.

From September 2019 to August 2020 STAA are delivering a Natural Heritage project, funded by the Postcode Local Trust. This will allow STAA to experiment with trying new workshops, talks, tours, and to share this amazing site with new audiences.

The project has four themes: Wildlife, gardening, heritage & community

During this year we’ll be looking to: Deliver imaginative, innovative, and radical activities, collaborate with new partners, and identify future projects.


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