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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/Find out more »
Cotswold Tree Warden Group is invited, courtesy of Frank and Marilyn Gardner, to head to Barton Orchard off Barton Lane, Cirencester. Bring your own bags and fill them with apples. Voluntary contributions donated go towards the running of the group and our training events. For more information please contact Ann JonesFind out more »
Visit this wonderful medieval barn, which dates from the 1340s and marvel at the skill of medieval builders. Watch traditional cider-making demonstrations using a Victorian stone apple mill and 200 year old wooden press and taste the results! Celebrate the Great British Orchard and 'all things apple'. Plus local artisan and rural crafts, ferret-racing, skittles, llamas, geese, apple bobbing and a variety of children’s activities and games to choose from. An amazing variety of song, dance, and delicious locally-sourced food…Find out more »
The 'Big Squeeze', an apple juicing event run by Transition Cleeve and Grangefield Community Orchard will be on Sunday 14th October between 12 noon and 3pm at Court Farm Shop on the Stoke Orchard Road, Bishop's Cleeve. Please come along and bring along your windfalls for pressing. The plentiful scrittings will be enjoyed by the Court Farm pigs. Court Farm Shop is on Stoke Road opposite Pussy Willows Cattery. Contact Jerry Barr of Transition Cleeve email@example.comFind out more »
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…Find out more »
Join us at Gloucester Life Museum’s annual celebration of orchards, cider and all things apple. Meet Fergus the horse and see a horse drawn apple mill and apple press in action, sample some rare breed apples and juice and enjoy lots of live music and dancing. There will also be lots of opportunities to learn more about the county’s traditional orchards with the Gloucestershire Orchard Trust, learn how to look after your own apple trees and buy some local apple…Find out more »
Here you can talk to Dave Kaspar and Helen Brent-Smith about your orchard requirements and bring small amounts of apples for possible identification. You can also order heritage fruit trees. You can also bring up to two carrier bags for juicing. Small charge for juicing. 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…Find out more »
Celebrate Apple Day at Horfield Organic Community Orchard in our 20th anniversary year! Including: Tasting table - local and unusual apples Juice pressing* Make merry with Pigsty Morris Refreshments, local produce, and trees for sale Fruit growing questions & answers News about Orchard Learning 2019 - new courses To find the Orchard (nearest postcode BS7 8JP), walk down the lane beside 22 Kings Drive (between Bishop Road and Kellaway Avenue), turn left and the entrance is the first gate on the right OR…Find out more »
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 »
This starts with our regular Morning Market from 10.00 am – 12 noon, including all-day apple pressing. Book a slot to bring along your apples to juice (contact Robert Heigham for details on 01452 790498). Finish the day at our Pop-Up Pub and Oktoberfest with local beers and ciders and seasonal German food (tickets from Penny Wolfson 01452 790831 firstname.lastname@example.org ).Find out more »
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