The Stoney Road
About this deal
In 1870 it was noted that there was “a great number of small gardens, all well cultivated, and much sought after in consequence of their easy distance and pleasant situation”. The gardens were enclosed by hedges and would have featured ornamental planting as well as productive plants. No Details All childcare providers are expected under the Equality Act 2010 to make 'reasonable adjustments' to meet the needs of disabled children. The grant will help to fund restoration work to the houses on plots 9,13 and 47 so they can once more be used by the allotment community. Will of J Ballard, 1867, with bequest of a garden in Cheylesmore Park (101/4/200), (Coventry City Archives)
They do have individual details and decorative features; a couple of the summer houses have pointed windows and moulded terracotta tiles. The summer houses appear to have had small fireplaces, but unfortunately this feature has been lost in some of them. This is done to preserve the anonymity of the people in that area, as some postcodes cover a very small area, sometimes a single building.Bathroom - 2.60m x 2.00m - Being partially tiled and having a walk-in shower, low level W/C, pedestal wash basin, central heated towel rail and a double glazed opaque window. Stoney Road Allotments consists of 123 council-owned allotments covering around 5 hectares just south of Coventry city centre.  They were created in the mid 19th century as pleasure-gardens for the people of the city, and were Grade II* listed in 2001.  History [ edit ]
Communal Garden - A private rear garden with paved seating areas followed by a lawn with mature shrubs along the boundaries. Kitchen/Breakfast Area - 3.18m x 2.00m - Including a matching range of wall and base mounted units with roll top work surfaces over, an integrated stove, a stainless steel sink with a mixer tap. The following is from the Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest. For the most up-to-date Register entry, please visit the The National Heritage List for England (NHLE):
The information on housing, people, culture, employment and education that is displayed about Stoney Stanton Road, Coventry, CV1 4FS is based on the last census performed in the UK in 2021.
Fish, Tortoise Ofsted Information Ofsted URN EY321490 Link to latest Ofsted inspection report Inspection outcome Inspection outcome Date Up Estates has not sought to verify the legal title of the property and the buyers must obtain verification from their solicitor. We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given.For Scotland, 2011 data is shown (update coming soon, the Scottish census was delayed by a year unlike the rest of the UK). The nursery offers a spacious and stimulating learning environment both indoors and outdoors. Our outdoor area has been designed to provide children with a stimulating sensory experience with a safety floor surface. Stoney Road Allotments, owned by Coventry City Council, is an example of what were known as detached town gardens, now called allotments. Once common, few remain. There are only five on the National Heritage List for England, and they are all located in the Midlands.
Bedroom One - 3.08m x 3.30m - Large first bedroom having a central heated radiator and double glazed window to the front aspect. The Early Years Foundation Stage also states that "Providers must have and implement a policy and procedure to promote equality of opportunity for children in their care, including support for children with special educational needs or disabilities". Childcare Information Vacancies Immediate vacancies The allotments are only one of five on the National Heritage List for England, all located within the Midlands. However, they all have a risk of immediate loss due to deterioration and infrequent repairs.
When are we open?
A group of mid- and late 19th-century detached urban pleasure gardens retaining a group of 19th- and early 20th-century summerhouses and associated structures. Bedroom Two - 1.78m x 3.30m - Sizable second bedroom having a central heated radiator and double glazed window. This is so they can be used by the locals within the allotment community. The grant announcement has been made to coincide with National Allotments Week this week. If they do survive, they offer great access to greenspace and provide well-being benefits. The money will be used to fund the renovation works to the summer hoses on plots 9,13 and 47. The three summer houses are all small buildings, with areas ranging between eight and five sqm. They are constructed in a variety of styles and materials but are all built in a traditional way with either a masonry or timber frame.