The Allotments are located at Dart Park off of New Road and past Sainsburys. The Council has 26 plots, that are being rented. However, due to demand only half plots are now being offered for rent.
The current rate for new a plots is £25 per annum for a half plot this is invoiced in September of each year.
Please contact us if you have a query regarding an allotment.
South Molton’s BMX Track opened in 2016 and is on Parsonage Lane, South Molton.
Come rain or shine there’s wildlife to be seen in South Molton Community Woodland. It may not be quite the summer we’ve been hoping for but you’ll find amphibians in cool damp hollows after the rain and butterflies dancing over the meadow areas when the sun comes out. The woodland is full of birds all year round but at the moment there’re still fluffy fledglings trying out their wings and heading out into the world on their own. We’re interested to find out what wildlife people see in the woodland – do let us know what you spot. See below for a copy of the Woodlands Management Plan.
Keep up to date with What’s On in the Woodland on our Facebook Page
South Molton Museum is located on the ground floor of the handsome Guildhall, completed in 1743 and situated on the south side of the town square. The Museum is managed by South Molton Town Council and volunteers, and engages with the local community to show the social history of the town and its evolution through the centuries.
Museum Patron : The Countess of Arran
Both are Payable every 6 months if convenient.
There is a waiting list for both places, please enquire whether you would like to join the list.
NDC Permits for Car Parks in South Molton can be found here
The skatepark is an all concrete park with a series of transitions and also street obstacles.
It starts on one side with a large flat bank and an extension which opens into the main body of the skatepark. In the centre of which is a pyramid with a hubba running down the middle of it and either side is a manny pad and wide stair set. On the back wall of the skatepark is a long quarter pipe with a bowled corner and stair set to lead up to the platform and at the other end is a jump box lined up to form a mini ramp.
This is a nice local park with smooth surfaces, a decent set of obstacles and a lot of space between them giving a lot of time to adjust between tricks on those long flowing lines. There is something for everyone here whether you are a beginner or a more experienced rider.
The Skate Park can be found in Central Park along Mill Street.
SMART Swim Centre manage and run the 20m swimming pool offering a wide range of swimming activities for the local community. Whatever it is, the pool programme offers something for everyone to swim, splash, learn and enjoy. There is also a Pay and Display Car Park outside the pool.
For further details please contact us or pop along to The Amory Centre.
The Tennis Court can be found next to The YMCA building along Mill Street.