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Learn the art of propagating fruit trees by inserting a scion of your chosen variety into a rootstock. Take your tree home at the end of the session. Includes refreshments. To book please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01452 813602Find out more »
All welcome! AGM at the Anchor Inn, Epney/Framilode (10am-1pm), lunch there, followed by a walkabout (approx. 2 or 2.30-4pm) at Longney Orchards. The function room upstairs for meetings has a superb river view. Plenty of parking. Attendees to place food orders on arrival. For pub details and map visit whatpub.com/pubs/GLO/0213/anchor-epney Free for GOT members (and their household) and £2 for non members. We are meeting at the Anchor Inn, Epney from 10.00am to 1.00pm and afterwards (you can buy lunch at the…Find out more »
Details to be confirmed. This will be a pruning work party at a Gorsley Orchard, with an informal orchard talk at a local pub by Martin Hayes. Book with Ann via email@example.comFind 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: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 01242 584982 One of many Growing fruit in small gardens events in Sue Gibson's garden Sue…Find out more »
This course will be a condensed version of the earlier courses – 5 days of training spread across April to November, beginning with an intro day on the 28th April 2018 . More details can be found on the Three Counties Traditional Orchard project website: http://tctop.org.uk/get-involved/become-and-orchard-champion/Find out more »
Sustainable Thornbury Orchard Group invite everyone to Thornbury Community Orchard and Morton Bridge Wildflower Meadow for their first Blossom Open Day. Visitors will be welcomed to enjoy the plum and apple blossom along with spring flowers in the Orchard and in the South West in Bloom award winning new Wildflower Meadow. On the day visitors have the chance to learn how the Thornbury Orchard group manage the site for fruit production, beneficial bees, pollinators and other wildlife and for the…Find 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 »
Accredited first aid course with an experienced tutor (funded by the Three Counties Traditional Orchard Project/Heritage Lottery Fund), organized by Hartpury Orchard Centre/GOT. Very useful for community orchard groups and individuals. Free and light lunch provided at no charge. Please book with Ann Smith (essential) email@example.comFind out more »
Dawn Chorus walk led by Keith Turner starts 5am followed by breakfast.Find out more »
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