These are orchard-related events in our area – some organised by GOT, some by partner organisations. Click an event title to bring up more detail. If you want to see just GOT Events click here, or just Partner Events click here.
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At Horfield Organic Community Orchard Sundays: 3 March, 5 May, 7 July, 8 September, 2pm - 4.30pm No previous experience needed. • March - Know your trees, their care needs, site, and soil • May - Pests, diseases, disorders • July - Pruning – why and how • September - Harvest, storage & preservation Course fee £60 (HOCO members*), £75 (non-members) Places are limited. Early booking advised. For more information, and an application form, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0117 373 1587…Find out more »
Open afternoon from 2.30 pm Perry Pear ID at Hartpury Orchard Centre. £2 per variety, bring at least 8 + a few leaves, all in good condition!Find out more »
We will be at the Malvern Autumn Show again this year - the GOT stand will have a Gloucestershire apple display with tasting opportunity and juice for sale plus tree advice. And Jim Chapman will have his usual Hartpury Orchard Centre stand with a perry pear display (bettering the 97 varieties shown in 2018 - he is planning 108 for 2019 which is a world record!) He will be offering a perry pear identification service (small fee please). All in…Find out more »
Bring your apple windfalls and containers and take home some juice - on Sunday, 6 October 12 noon to 3pm at Court Farm Shop, Stoke Orchard, Road, Bishop’s Cleeve Email: email@example.com Facebook: @grangefieldcommunityorchardFind out more »
At Fishponds Community Orchard, Thingwall Park Allotments, Fishponds, Bristol. Free admission. Apple pressing and juice. Apple tasting and print making. Cider, refreshments, fruit trees, orchard and and local produce for sale. Entrance via allotment gates opposite the ends of Hawkesbury Road or Knowsley Road and then follow signs. Public transport: 20 minute walk from Stapleton Road Station. 5 minutes by bike from the Alcove Road exit of the Bristol/Bath Railway Path. Frequent buses from Bristol City Centre along Fishponds Road.Find out more »
Join The Big Apple for their 30th anniversary of celebrating English apples and cider – a real opportunity to enjoy the autumn countryside in their corner of Herefordshire in and around Much Marcle. Nine venues! Full details are on their website (https://www.bigapple.org.uk/harvest2019/)- with summary details below: Or download the full details here: https://www.bigapple.org.uk/wp/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/big-apple-harvestime-2019-web.pdf We have put together for you a collection of small rural events where you can enjoy our local orchards, famous for their cider fruit and excellent culinary…Find out more »
Meet Cotswold Tree Warden Group at Barton House Orchard Once again Barton House Orchard is being opened to the public for collection of apples. The orchard, at Barton Lane Cirencester, GL7 2EE will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on both days. Voluntary donations are invited to support this group’s running/ More details at https://cotswoldtreewardengroup.wordpress.com/ firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
Here you can talk to Dave Kaspar and Helen Brent-Smith about your orchard requirements and bring small numbers of apples for possible identification. You can also order heritage fruit trees. This is the home of the Museum Orchard (of Gloucestershire varieties of apple), the Orchard & Rural Skills Centre, their award winning (unsprayed) juice, cider & perry business (Days Cottage Apple Juice) and orchards (both young and old). You can also bring up to two carrier bags for juicing. Please save…Find out more »
Gloucester Civic Trust invite you to join them for a Celebration of Gloucestershire Apples and Cider Making at Folk of Gloucester (formerly Gloucester Life Museum), 99 – 101 Westgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 2PG Traditional Cider Mill in Action Craft Ciders and Juices available to Try and Buy! Folk Music and Morris Dancing performances Come and meet Rosie the Cider Press horse FREE Children’s Activities! Morris Dancing Workshops FREE ENTRY and Café offering Teas, Coffees and Ciders. Full details here: https://glosorchards.org/home/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Apple-Day-Flyer-2019-A5.pdfFind out more »
At Quenington Village Hall, GL7 5BS Apple pressing for juice/ cider (Please bring your own juice containers. You may need to wait for a turn. Please note only large quantities can be pressed so if you just have a few they will be mixed with others apples) Free apple games and activities for children Seed swap Children’s Poetree Competition Cirencester & District Beekeepers Tea, cakes and apple juice served See web site for more details and entry forms: www.queningtonvillagehall.org.ukFind out more »
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