Love Lane Allotments
The Coddenham Allotments are located along Love Lane, on the footpath leading to Broome Hill and are connected to the surrounding landscape via hedgerows, woodland and grassland.
One third of the land in towns and cities is gardens. Together, our gardens are a vast living landscape. With an estimated 16 million gardens in the UK, the way they are cared for can make a big difference to the natural world.
Allotments and gardens play a vital part in supporting our wildlife and frequent visitors to them include, hedgehogs, birds, butterflies, bees, moths, frogs, toads, slow worm, stag beetles, grass snakes and newts.
Local residents and plot holders in Coddenham were very keen to encourage wildlife onsite and asked a trust adviser to visit and make some recommendations to create and enhance the habitat for specific species.
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The old allotments in Love Lane, Coddenham are a refuge for wildlife with toads, frogs, grass snakes, slow worms, dragonflies, and a host of different butterflies and bees. The site was only re-opened in 2009 and an enthusiastic response from villagers saw great demand for the plots – so much so, that to avoid disappointment […]
On the 6 November a group of allotment holders and friends met with Leonie Washington from Suffolk Wildlife. Leonie is running the Networking Nature Project (funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund). The project is working to encourage wildlife friendly gardening and allotments and habitat creation for the benefit of key species such as reptiles, amphibians, […]