Trading Shed Pricelist

Product Information


Ian Wilson

Andrew Large


Site Safety Officer:
Geoff Garrish

Planting Guide

Rent Guide

Minutes of the
Committee Meetings
(PDF files)

AGM January 2015.

February 2015.

April 2015.

June 2015.

October 2015.

January 2016.

March 2016.

AGM April 2016.

July 2016.

September 2016.

December 2016.

AGM April 2017.

June 2017.

September 2017.

January 2018.

AGM March 2018.

May 2018.

August 2018.

December 2018.

February 2019.

AGM May 2019.

August 2019.

November 2019.


Constitution of
The Association
January 2015

Archive of the former Court Oak Road and Tennal Lane Allotments Association.

Details of the Management Agreement and Procedures

These are the conditions under which we operate the site on behalf of Birmingham City Council.

Birmingham City Council Allotment Rules as updated 2016


Find us by using postcode B32 2DX on Google Maps


We are the Association that runs the Court Oak Road allotment site in Quinton, Birmingham. Court Oak Road has about 93 plots, many of them small at a manageable size of about 100 sq. yards. It is a beautiful, secluded site bordered by trees and away from the roads. An oasis of calm and a haven for wildlife.

Due to exceptional demand there is currently a waiting list for allotments on Court Oak Road. If you are interested in starting an allotment please call or e-mail and we will add you to the list - the wait should not be too long. We are always happy to introduce new gardeners to the joys of allotment gardening.

Tel.: 07587 212774

One of our six raised beds, built following our successful grant application to the National Lottery Community Fund.

Local Councillor Kate Booth formally opened the Raised Beds on 19th May 2019, seen here with our own Geoff Garrish, who led the Raised Beds Project.

The President's Garden at the Court Oak Road site has been completed with a rose bed, arch and bench surrounded by a beech hedge. The Association thanks John Bland for all his work.

In honour of Alan Harbour for his years of dedication to the allotments. Sadly, Alan passed away in December 2014.

Open Day August 2014

The Association

The Association has annual elections for Officers and a Committee to manage the site on behalf of Birmingham City Council. Basic membership of the Association is automatic for all plot-holders. All plot-holders are welcome to participate and vote at the Annual General Meeting. Full or Associate membership costs two pounds per year, which allows access to the site shop, also known as a Trading Shed (see below).

The Shed

Like many allotment sites we also operate a Trading Shed where full members can buy fertilisers and sundries at well below retail prices. Associate membership is also open to non plot-holders and allows them to buy at the Trading Shed. The Shed will be open 11-12 noon on most Sundays during the summer months. Meanwhile the pricelist is available online as a PDF.

Trading Shed Pricelist

Trading Shed Product Information

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We are affiliated to the Birmingham and District Allotments Council.

Further details about renting a plot and rules for plotholders can be found at
Birmingham City Council's Allotments Page.