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September 2018

Introduction to Fruit ID

Saturday, 15th, September @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Hartpury Orchard Centre, Blackwells End
Hartpury, Gloucestershire GL19 3DB United Kingdom
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A general introduction to identifying fruit varieties  to be followed by more detailed Perry Pear identification session - numbers limited. All timings provisional; a detailed timetable will be sent to those who have booked nearer the time. Copies of powerpoint slides used during the day will be provided. At Hartpury Orchard Centre on Saturday 15 September. Booking essential. Arrive from 9.30 - tea/coffee available throughout day. Launch of the fruit processing set-up, explain the various options and show off hire…

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Malvern Autumn Show

Saturday, 29th, September @ 10:00 am - Sunday, 30th, September @ 5:00 pm
Three Counties Showground Malvern, WR13 6NW United Kingdom + Google Map

GOT will be at the Malvern Autumn Show in the Orchard Pavilion where Jim Chapman will also have his usual perry pear display and perry pear identification service (small fee for id please). All in the wonderful Orchard Pavilion. Tickets from https://www.malvernautumn.co.uk/buy-tickets/

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October 2018

History Talk – the Squatter Communities of West Gloucestershire

Tuesday, 16th, October @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Gorsley Baptist Church Hall, Gorsley HR9 7SE + Google Map

with Dr. Nick Herbert, introduced by Jim Chapman 7.00 arrive/coffee 7.30 Jim Chapman: Introduction - unsurprisingly fruit trees played their part and he will also discuss the contribution squatters and smallholders made to overall fruit production in 18th/19th centuries. 8.00 Historian Dr Nicholas Herbert, former editor of the Victoria County Histories, will be talking about 17th/18th century squatters and their role in shaping the landscape of West Gloucestershire. There will be a small charge and tea and coffee will be…

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