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Apple Day

WILLOCK FARM APPLE DAY, WISBECH ST MARY

17th September 2011, 10am – 4pm

Come and experience the sights, smells and sounds of Willock Farm Orchards.

EEAOP will identify your own apple fruits and offer help and advice on orchards.

Buy apples and produce on site and speak to the farmers that grow them.

Home made cakes will be on sale, made from fruit from the orchards.

The Stamford Juice Company will be selling apple juice pressed on Farm using organic apples.

Taste Blossom Honey made from Willock Farm Bees.

The orchards are set in 70 acres of grassland and woodland which has permissive access all year round.

The Regional Collection will also be open to the public.

Willock Farm is now host to the East of England Regional Collection, which will consist of 250 varieties of Apples,Pears, Plums and Cherries.

For more info contact – David and Sam 01945 419035

Help save our local orchard fruits and orchard. Why not join EEAOP? www.applesandorchards.org.uk

Ways you can help.

Plant a local variety tree or orchard.

Tell EEAOP about old trees and orchards in your area.

Find out what orchard fruit varieities are local to your area, and about orcharding traditions.

Come to an Apple Day.

Learn orchard skills.

Buy local grown fruit and orchard products.

Become a member of East of England Apples and Orchard project.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. sarahcountyfarms permalink*
    February 4, 2011 12:13 pm

    I’m definitely going to try and come this year!

    • alison K permalink
      February 10, 2011 2:56 pm

      What is the Apple day all about? can you tell me please.

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