Allotment gardening is a relaxing, sociable and rewarding hobby. There are 6 Council-owned allotment sites in South Ayrshire. The reasonably-priced plots are a great way to get out in the fresh air and save money by growing your own fruit and vegetables.
Allotments contribute to many different agendas including healthy eating, sustainable food supply, healthy activity, educational purposes, reservoirs of biodiversity, fostering community links and green spaces.
Why not try your hand at growing your own fruit and vegetables? Most people have flower gardens rather than vegetable gardens.
If you are one of the growing number of people who is considering starting to grow fruit and vegetables there are a number of books that can be found at your local library to give a helping hand.
Rules and regulations
- Allotment rules and regulations (Word doc) [1MB]
- SAC Allotment Rules and Regulations - Troon (Word doc) [3MB]
Council Allotments Annual Report
- Allotment annual report 2019 (PDF) [207KB]
- Allotment annual report 2020 (PDF) [304KB]
- Allotment annual report 2021 (PDF) [205KB]
- Allotment annual report 2022 (PDF) [211KB]
South Ayrshire council food growing strategy
South Ayrshire Council 'Food Growing Strategy' (PDF) [894KB]
For further information contact us via this online form or telephone 01292 616672.
Remember, fruit and vegetables always taste better when you have grown them yourself!