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SUFFOLK TRADITIONAL ORCHARD GROUP
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Suffolk Orchard Survey
A review of the traditional orchards in East Anglia - Paul Read > (PDF 3.5 MB)
New and Old Orchards for Suffolk's legacy and Orchards East - Paul Read > (PDF 896 Kb)
has added some fascinating botanical comments to this article.
Left to right: Paul Read (STOG), Suzanne Perry (Natural England), Martin Hicks (Hertfordshire County Council) and Steve Oram (People's Trust for Endangered Species)
East Anglia 24 | March
Fruit Trees and Small Orchards, Foxburrow Farm, Melton near Woodbridge, 10am - 3pm, Spend a fascinating day in the lovely orchard at Foxburrow Farm with Paul Read, Chairman of Suffolk Traditional Orchard Group, Learn how to plant and look after different types of fruit trees, and examine fruit trees at different stages of development, Cost: £25.00, Adult, £21.50 - Concession Please book Suffolk Wildlife Trust 01473 890089
Greenprint looks at season of mellow fruitfulness
Paul Read of Suffolk Traditional Orchards Group (STOG) will be attending and helping put the focus on good old English apples and pears, while the East of England Co-operative Society will explain how it is helping put these delicious local produce on the shelves of its shops.
Natural Building and Traditional Building
Paul Read of Suffolk Traditional Orchard Group and Monica Askay, Food Historian
Spend a fascinating day in the ...
Spend a fascinating day in the lovely orchard at Foxburrow Farm with Paul Read, Chairman of Suffolk Traditional Orchard Group.
Learn how to plant and look after different types of fruit trees, and examine fruit trees at different stages of development.
Please bring a packed lunch and gardening gloves.
Please wear stout shoes and clothing suitable for the weather.
will bring reference books and a display of fruit and/or trees in pots and grafts.