Woodfarm Lane Gorleston have had their own dedicated website for some Ten years or so.
GYGAA members are welcome to view this site should they wish.
New additional websites relevant to Allotment gardener
The monthly publication "Kitchen Garden" is just one of the best monthly commercial Allotment oriented publications I have read. It is available on line and by subscription ( just Google Kitchen Garden to see their current subscription offer) 6 months subscription for “JUST £20 ENDS SOON” check the website below for the latest offers!!
Or log into their KG forum
to learn more about gardening. Chat to likeminded people and exchange views -ideas and advice? Then join the KG forum - it's free ,friendly and fun
Information relating to Apple and other fruit growers
Specialist advice on planting orchards and fruit trees in general
Fruit Tree Nursery (Grafting Stock Specialist)
The web shop of www.gb-online.co.uk
Discover a whole range of fruit and nut trees, rootstocks and scions available !
We supply certified Rootstocks M26, M27, MM106, Pyrodwarf, St Julian, Colt, VVA1 etc and scion wood for home grafting of apples, pears, plums etc. If you need advice then please do not hesitate to contact us via email
We are a specialist grower of unusual fruit and nut tree varieties, from around the world that we in house graft and grow in our UK zone 7 climate. Over the years we have selected those that produce fruit and nuts that have flavour and taste.
Please be aware that our prime aim is to preserve our historical fruit and nut varieties and also to enlarge our collection of living species. As such we are not a registered charity, but all of the profits from these sales helps go towards the maintenance of that collection."
If you want to refer to our collection, this can be found at http://www.gb-online.co.uk/balesfield
East of England Apples and Orchards project.
working to ensure the future of local fruits abd orchards -a not for profit group with a wealth of information for anyone interested in Apple heritage-fortcoming Apple Days -courses on Apple Husbandry and much more
National Society of Allotments and Leisure Gardeners (NSALG)
new website 13th May 2011
User name P3706 Password 2890
Great Yarmouth and Gorleston Allotment Assosication
are members of and affiliated to the society
Should members consider subscribing to this publication quote the above as the affiliation group
GY- BOROUGH Community Gardening projects
Alternative Voluntary Gardening projects promoting social activity fitness and wellbeing for the community benefit
Getting the younger generation into gardening without the commitment demanded of an Allotment
Community Roots are a Community Gardening Group on Queens Road Gorleston (Near the Kings Centre)
the kids user 18s are encouraged to do their own thing under supervision. With a Wildlife and Craft theme available
01493 842129 9.00-4.30
The Great Yarmouth and Gorleston Allotment Assciation has a legal responsibility (as the landowner) to sort out pests ie 'moles'- 'rats'wasps etc if you identify a problem contact the site 'sec'initially, they will try to resolve the issue at source if that is impractical they may contact an expert