Marlpit Community Garden
Where are we?
Marlpit Community Garden, Marlpit Lane, NR6 5ES (map below)
When can you find us?
Every Tuesday, 10-2pm for our volunteer day, including lunch.
Every Thursday, 10-1pm for our forest gardening group.
How much is plot rent?
£33 per year, including membership, each additional plot is £20, up to 3 additional plots (max. number of plots is 4).
Raised box is £23, including membership, each additional raised box is £20 (max. number of raised beds is 2).
The trustees have the discretion to reduce the fees in the case of hardship.
Key deposit £20, that gives you all time access to the Community Garden.
Membership is from October to September.
How to apply?
Please download an application pack and return it in person to the Marlpit Community Centre (first Tuesday of the month, between 10 AM to 1 PM) or send to:
School and Community Groups
We would be delighted to have more visits from school and community groups, we are already lucky enough to be visited by Earlham Early Years, Aviva, Good Gym and more.
Get involved in gardening, enjoy the fresh air, escape the office, meet new people.
We can organise activities for all abilities, ages and group sizes.
You can even have your own growing boxes just like Earlham Early Years and Valley Primary!
Please download an application pack here or
Want to know more?
Marlpit Community Garden (MCG) started in June 2013. It is a seven acres field in Marlpit Lane, Norwich, along the popular Marriott’s Way and close to the River Wensum. The site is divided into plots for individuals and families, plots for schools and community groups, forest garden, apiary, orchard, herb garden, wild-flower areas and meadows. Check out our interpretation map of the site!
As a plot-holder, you are responsible for looking after your plot and keeping the paths around your plot in order. MCG relies on the cooperation of all its growers and is run entirely by volunteers. We therefore expect you to give at least three days help a year towards managing the site and maintaining communal facilities.
MCG is a car-free zone; there are plenty of cycle stands but only a few car parking facilities for blue-badge holders.