Lochiel Park Community Garden
If you are resident in the City of Campbelltown your household is eligible to become a member of Lochiel Park Community Garden Inc (the Association) and to lease one plot in the garden when one becomes available. Non-Campbelltown residents and recognised clubs or groups may become members at the discretion of the committee.
Annual membership of the Lochiel Park Community Garden entitles you to become involved in the garden and to a share in any produce that's grown communally such as fruit and herbs. You don't have to have a plot in order to become a member, but you do have to be a member before you are entitled to a plot. Please note, currently no plots are available.
The current annual membership fee is $25, payable on 1 April each year, and this will confer membership on all the adult members in your household. If you are applying on or after 1 October, you need only pay $12.50 (until the next 1 April). The current seasonal plot fee is also $25, payable on both 1 April and 1 October (the beginning of each growing season) each year. You will not need to pay this until a plot becomes available. If you'd only like a plot for one season, you need only pay for that season.
To learn more about becoming a member, contact the Secretary of the Garden on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0409 670 733 to be sent the Lochiel Park Community Garden Constitution, Garden Rules and Guidelines, and an Application form.
Latest activities and photos of the Garden can be seen on facebook www.facebook.com/LochielParkCommunityGarden
If you are interested in finding out more about community gardens in the Campbelltown local government area, please contact Council's Community Development Officer, Ann Sharley on 8366 9246 or visit www.facebook.com/CampbelltownLocalFoodProjects.