Because of Coronavirus, most events this spring and summer have been cancelled.
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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Sunday 30th April: 2.00pm to 6.00pm and Monday 1st May: 12 noon to 5.00pm Big Apple's annual Blossomtime celebration takes place over the May Day bank holiday weekend of Sunday 30th April and Monday 1st May 2017Find out more »
Bring a picnic and enjoy the orchards at Days Cottage. Covered space if the weather is unkind. Home of the Museum Orchard of Gloucestershire varieties of apple, mature and young orchards and forest garden. Apple cakes and Days Cottage juice, cider and perry and orchard honey and trees for sale. No need to book – just turn up! Sorry, no dogs in the yurt field but you are welcome to walk your dog in the orchards IF on a lead.…Find out more »
Sue Gibson’s cottage garden at Slimbridge displays examples of espaliered, cordoned and Belgian fenced fruit, all trained to produce fine fruit. The 25 year old espaliered pear produces hundreds of pears every year. Spring pear blossom – see examples of trained fruit trees in bud, some in blossom and before the leaves break out Cream tea £1.50 per person Booking essential: Email: email@example.com Phone: 01242 584982 One of many Growing fruit in small gardens events in Sue Gibson's garden Sue…Find out more »
A bring and share picnic to celebrate the lovely apple blossom Bring food and drink, something to sit on and sensible shoes Music and stories providedFind out more »
Over 75% of Gloucestershire’s orchards have been lost in the past 50 years as farming practices have changed and land has been cleared for development. Just as traditional orchards were often the centre of village life and a cornerstone of the rural economy, community orchards are lovely places for people to come together to plant and cultivate local and wonderful varieties of fruit trees and to use as the centre point for community activities, including, open-air plays, picnics, story-telling events…Find out more »
Bring a picnic and spend an afternoon enjoying the orchards at Days Cottage. Covered space if the weather is unkind. Home of the Museum Orchard of Gloucestershire varieties of apple, mature and young orchards and forest garden. Apple cakes and hot spiced apple juice in the cosy yurt. Days Cottage juice, cider and perry and orchard honey and trees for sale. Needle felting craft. No need to book – just turn up! Sorry, no dogs in the yurt field but…Find out more »
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