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Do you want to learn how to prune fruit trees?

On Sunday 17th January BEAT will have a pruning workshop at our community orchard with Mark Simmonds. Everyone is welcome and it does not cost anything to participate – although BEAT always welcomes donations as we want to pay Mark Simmonds for his work.

If too many people turn up on the 17th we will also be doing other work on the community orchard: plant a fruit trees to replace the one that has died and making steps from the gate to the picnic table and bench.

We will meet at the orchard at 10.30am. If you have not been there before it is only a couple of minutes’ walk from the New Delight Inn (the Newdy) at Jack Bridge. Just follow the road past the red telephone box. You cannot park at the orchard.

Do you want to learn how to prune fruit trees?

On Sunday 17th January BEAT will have a pruning workshop at our community orchard with Mark Simmonds. Everyone is welcome and it does not cost anything to participate – although BEAT always welcomes donations as we want to pay Mark Simmonds for his work.

If too many people turn up on the 17th we will also be doing other work on the community orchard: plant a fruit trees to replace the one that has died and making steps from the gate to the picnic table and bench.

We will meet at the orchard at 10.30am. If you have not been there before it is only a couple of minutes’ walk from the New Delight Inn (the Newdy) at Jack Bridge. Just follow the road past the red telephone box. You cannot park at the orchard.

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