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Volunteers and happy apple harvesters of all ages are very welcome to join us, Gloucestershire Orchard Trust volunteers, on Monday morning 22 October. It is half term week and we are harvesting apples and eating cake! Bring a flask and cake, wear waterproof gear and firm footwear. There is long grass and nettles and lumpy ground. You'll also need something to sit on while you eat (plastic bag or folding chair). GOT's Longney orchards are on the banks of the River…Find out more »
Update, 29th November - this event has been cancelled due to the wind and rain today. Martin Hayes is leading pruning workshops at our lovely Longney Orchards on Thursday 29 November and Tuesday 18 December 2018, between 10am-3pm (or whatever time people can spare). As well as people being shown how to prune we will need some people to help pick up brash into piles. If you can't make these dates, then do come along any Monday in term time…Find out more »
Martin Hayes is leading pruning workshops at our lovely Longney Orchards on Thursday 29 November and Tuesday 18 December 2018, between 10am-3pm (or whatever time people can spare). As well as being shown how to prune we will need some people to help pick up brash into piles. If you can't make these dates, then do come along any Monday in term time to pick up brash into piles supervised or any other time unsupervised. But please don't do any…Find out more »
An invitation to Gloucestershire Community & School Orchards Groups from Gloucestershire Orchard Trust for a networking event At Toddington Village Hall, GL54 5DU, north of Cheltenham on B4077 Lunch provided, donations welcome. Community and school orchard folk are invited to show us all what you do, swap ideas and get free membership of the Gloucestershire Orchard Trust for a year. Each group will have a table to show what you do, show photos, offer samples and tasters. Bring juice, chutney, cake…Find out more »
At the Anchor Inn, Epney (10am-1pm), lunch there, followed by a walkabout (approx. 2 or 2.30-4pm) at our Longney Orchards. Free for GOT members (and their household) and £2 for non members. Details of formal reports - Chairman's Report, Treasurer's Report and annual Accounts are below. Nominations Any nominations for officers (chairman and treasurer) and other items for discussion should be submitted to me, Ann Smith (coordinator/secretary) at least 10 days prior to the AGM. firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com AGENDA Committee (13): Jonathan Briggs…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 »
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 »
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 »
The original National Apple Day - established by Common Ground way back in 1990. The concept, to celebrate traditional orchards, their crops and varieties, as a national festival day is now well-established. The plethora of Apple Days across the country, scattered geographically across the country and scattered in calendar terms across the late September to late October time period, is all due to this original initiative. Read more about it here: http://www.commonground.org.uk/apple-day/Find out more »
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