Visiting your allotment counts as your daily exercise, as set out by the government of 23 March.
Please follow these guidelines for your safety and to protect other users:
-Keep your distance from other tenants to help limit the spread of the virus. Follow current government rules about social distancing. You should be a minimum of 2 metres/6 feet apart.
-Do not share tools or any other equipment with any other allotment tenants.
-Observe strict hygiene after touching site gates, locks or other communal items. Disinfect your hands after each use.
-Allotments are for allotment tenants only. No groups are allowed on site and only people who live in your household can enter the site while you are there.
-Please stay on your plot at all times and do not enter another plot under any circumstances.
Allotments are an ideal way to keep your family healthy. With hard work and effort you can grow your own fruit and vegetables and enjoy some outdoor activity at the same time, involving the whole family.
In Conwy County there are 12 allotment sites with a varying number of plots at each site.
Sites can be found in Llanfairfechan, Penmaenmawr, Conwy, Deganwy, Penrhyn Bay, Rhos on Sea, Colwyn Bay, Old Colwyn and Towyn.
Plots are available in a variety of sizes across sites and rents vary accordingly.
If you are interested in applying for an allotment, please contact the Environment Advice Team on 01492 575337 or contact us using our application form.
One site on Cwm Howard Lane, Llandudno, is run by an allotments' association. For further information about this site please contact Andrew Brown on 07846622902 or email email@example.com