Welcome to the Grapevine Wellbeing Centre
Grapevine Community Allotment
The Grapevine Community Allotment is on the Cunningdale Allotments, Fairfield, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 7LL and is run our project workers Jean and Janet.

The allotment project offers a wonderful opportunity to work with like minded friends on caring for the land and producing small scale crops of vegetables.

Get in touch and get involved and dig, plant, grow for fun and for health!
The allotment will be open throughout  2017 on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY from 10:30 am until 3:30 pm subject to weather conditions

PLEASE COME ALONG AND HELP US TO MAKE THE ALLOTMENT SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF

ALL AGES WELCOME






 
View of the pond in June 2017  showing the new rope fence and the repositioned sleeper bench. The patio flags have been re-arranged to provide a path and wheelchair access.
The new raised beds constructed and painted by Cemex shows the raised stands for the water butts. 
Inside the large polytunnel the tomatoes are coming along and the many bedding plants are thriving.
The Cottage Garden is developing into a wonderful summer bloom of flowers providing a wonderful panorama in June 2017

 
​The new bird nests constructed by Cemex have been placed around the allotment. 

 
Jean has painted the Memorial Bench to Pete Allsop in â€‹Mediterranean Blue. 







 
A view over the raised beds towards the polytunnel showing the growth of crops. The surrounds were constructed by a member of the Bright Opportunities team to keep the rabbits out.   
The Community Allotment is a partnership between Grapevine Project and Bright Opportunities.
Aspire Disability Services are, in conjunction with the High Peak and Dales Volunteer Centre, developing the lower part of the allotment. The raised beds have been constructed so that people with disabilities can work on the beds.
Cemex levelled the ground and dug the trenches to held the polytunnel material in place and build the door after laying material inside the polytunnel. 
Another view over the raised beds towards the cottage garden and wild flower meadow areas