Petrus Incredible Edibles Rochdale

Petrus Incredible Edibles Rochdale (PIER) is a community allotment on Belfield Road in Rochdale.

PIER is a beautiful, relaxing and therapeutic piece of land that grows fruit and vegetables.

PIER is a member of the wider Incredible Edibles network, representing Rochdale. Their vision is to create kind, confident and connected communities through the power of food. The movement was founded in Todmorden and its model has been replicated worldwide by growing and sharing food in public spaces.

Community gardening brings people together from all walks of life. The allotment is open to the public to be used as a recreational space and hosts a range of events throughout the year that are open to everyone.

PIER offers a gardening on prescription service that can be accessed via self-referral or referrals from health services and other support services.


PIER has been recognised for its work in the community and has received several top awards:

  • PIER achieved the ‘Level 5 Outstanding’ In Bloom Award, the highest possible level in the ‘It’s Your Neighbourhood’ awards category in November 2021
  • PIER won three Thriving awards at the regional North West in Bloom Awards for its Incredible Edible Allotment, Pocket Park Project and Apna Ilaaka Partnership Project with Kashmir Youth Project (KYP).
  • PIER was recognised by the RHS for its work around therapeutic horticulture.
  • PIER was also part of the wider Rochdale in Bloom efforts which received 17 awards at the North West in Bloom Awards.

Tatton Park

Petrus has showcased incredible gardens at RHS Flower Show Tatton Park since 2019. You can read about our gardens past and present at PIER at Tatton Park

All of our gardens have been coproduced by service users, volunteers and staff from PIER, who want their gardens to reflect their vision. Showcasing our gardens at RHS Tatton Park is a fantastic opportunity to show what we're capable of achieving.

Get involved

Anyone can come and join in at PIER, for more information please contact us.

Visit the Volunteer page if you'd like to get involved at PIER.



If you would like more information about PIER, please contact Rachael on 01706 345844.