Fun Day
The fun day was a great success and congratulations to all who took part.
Click on the photo to see the video.

Here is a cost breakdown for the PEBBLE Fund

Pebble Fund

Pebble Fund

Asbestos was found on site and contractors removed it at a cost of £2000.

The fence is nearly completed next to the school. This was delayed due to the asbestos.

NB Sorry to report that several sheds were broke into on the night of the 27/9/22
Please remember NOT to leave anything you value on site overnight.

Alan says "It was a pleasure to welcome MP Eddie Hughes, Councillors Gary Flint, Corin Statham and Amanda Spratt (Crowd fund Walsall Programme Manager) to our site at Grenfell Road Allotments. Weather not great but it was a great visit. Thank you all"

Eddie Hughes etc.

Eddie Hughes etc.

Eddie Hughes etc.

Eddie Hughes etc.

Our Latest Fund Raising Intiative.

We are using Spacehive to raise funds to bring honey bees onto Grenfell Road allotments and start a craft centre. This will be used to turn the bees wax into products that will fund the site going forward while giving the locals new skills and interests.
 If you would like to donate please use the link below to Spacehive


Click on the picture to watch the video.


The toilets are now CLOSED for the time being.

When on the site please adhere to the COVID-19 advice HERE from the
National Society of Allotment & Leisure Gardeners

To check on plot availability contact the allotment secretary John Devey at or phone
0797 210 0825

A work in progress
The Club House

The first site meeting in the new room, still awaiting the finishing touches.

......... to be continued.


Kate Fromings is conducting a
National Allotments Survey and she kindly emailed to say "After reading through your website I am really impressed at the user-friendly layout, and I especially liked the insect photos from Alison, and the 'growing help' charts (which not many allotment websites have!)"

Due to circumstances last site meeting for 2018 was on SATURDAY 22nd September at 10:30 in the container where the Chairman presented his report. It was also the AGM and officers of the site were elected. For full details click on the link below.
The Chairman's Report for 2018

Following the torrential rain of the 26/27th of June the site got extensively flooded but the water didn't go down afterwards like it usually does. The reason can be see below, there's a lot of water to leak out of the canal into the stream that flows through Grenfell!
UPDATE The culvert has now been repaired.

The Canal

A grant application has gone in to WHG to transform the area behind the car park into a communal area for plot holders and to be a place for community days. Fingers crossed.

The site tidy up on Sundays from 10:30 is dependent on the weather.

Narrow miss for Debbie, Tim and Jackie
(and Anthony's plot) when the wind blew!

When the wind blew