Turvey Allotments

Sow, Nurture, Harvest for Life

Ag Cur, Ag Cothú agus ag Sábháil don Saol

Turvey Allotments

About the allotmentsFingal Co Co

Turvey allotments are owned and run by Fingal County Council in north county Dublin.This website has been set up independently by an allotment holder to provide help and information. Turvey Entrance to Turvey Allotmentsallotments are situated on the Donabate / Portrane penninsula in Fingal. There are 232 plots - click here to see the layout map >>

If you wish to apply for an allotment - please visit Fingal Co Co Website or alternatively contact Fingal Co Co on (01) 890 5000 or email allotments@fingalcoco.ie or visit their website.

Latest News

New Allotment Committee

We have a new committee. Please email us with any queries or issues you have. Email: turveyallotmentsassociation@gmail.com.

January 2017
  • ALLOTMENT RENEWALS 2017 See the Fingal Co Co Website for Information.

  • As the Committee is now fully established, Fingal County Council will now not renew any licence for the 2017 season unless the fee due is paid in FULL. There will not be an option to pay the plot renewal fee but not the association fee. This policy will be strictly adhered to.

Fruit, Vegetables and Herbs

  • When the soil dries enough in the coming weeks, sow early vegetables outdoors, such as garlic, shallots, early peas, broad beans and onions.
  • Tidy up old rhubarb crowns and remove weeds. Lift rhubarb for forcing in doors if you like birhg red sticks.
  • Early potato varieties can be placed in a bright place indoors, or greenhouse, to sprout which aids earlier cropping.
  • Sow seeds of early varieties of cabbage, cauliflower, carrots, lettuce and onions in a tunnel or glasshouse for early crops.
  • New fruit trees should be planted as soon as possible.
  • Pruning of apple and pear trees and blackcurrant bushes should be completed within a couple of weeks

Greenhouse and House Plants

  • To re-start strong growth, most greenhouse plants in pots will benefit from an increase in watering and also begin feeding, introducing a little plant food when watering.
  • Sow seeds of tomatoes for greenhouse growing, also peppers and chillies.
  • Check for signs of greenflies and other pests on greenhouse plants and house plants, and control them if necessary. There are few or no natural predators in the greenhouse and pests often have a free run.
  • See www.garden.ie for more information.

Local Business

We like to promote and support growers, suppliers and any small business in our area. From organic and free range farms, garden centres, to your friendly local mechanic. The list brings you direct to the suppliers with contact details. If you would like to add your business here, please contact us.
Click here for your some great local businesses >>

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Allotment Opening Hours
Jan - Feb 8am to 5pm
Mar, Apr - May 8am to 7pm
Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep 8am to 9pm
Oct 8am to 7pm
Nov - Dec 8am to 5pm


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Useful Links

Click here for some useful links to independent websites for information sources. Here are some links to organisations of interest.

Fingal Co Co

Transition Towns Donabate Portrane

Birdwatch Ireland

Newbridge House and Traditional Farm
Newbridge House and Farm - Donabate