We want as many people as possible to get involved with the project. Whether you are handy with a pair of loppers or passionate about apple pies, we have a role for you!
Our volunteers come from all walks of life. Some give an hour or two, as and when, and others like to volunteer more regularly. Everyone is welcome, whatever your age, interest or ability.
Join in with practical sessions to enjoy the fresh air and exercise, carry out wildlife surveys or help us find out about orchard history in the library or from home.
If you’d like to know more about volunteering you can contact project officer Karen Humphries on firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on the calendar below to find out what we’re doing.
‘Have a go’ scything session, Lindridge
‘Have a go’ scything session, Lindridge @ Lindridge, nr Tenbury Wells
Aug 18 all-day
An Orchard Grand Day Out with ‘have a go’ scything session – on Friday 18th August, 10am til 3.30pm at Lindridge, Nr Tenbury Wells, 10.30 – 3.30 pm, contact Wade Muggleton on email@example.com
National Traditional Orchards Conference, Hartpury College, Glos
National Traditional Orchards Conference, Hartpury College, Glos @ Hartpury College, Glos
Aug 19 all-day
Save the date for National Traditional Orchards Conference ! The theme for the day will be ‘stone fruit’ and we have talks and workshops to suit everyone, whether your passion is plum diseases or social history. There is also the option of coming along the evening before to visit the Perry pear orchards at Hartpury Perry Pear centre and enjoy a BBQ with the Gloucestershire Orchards Trust. Tickets will be on sale at the end of April when our plans are finalised.