Brogdale Collections have today confirmed our bar at the 2015 Kent Cider Festival.
It’s on 29-30 August at Brogdale Farm, near Faversham. That’s the home of the national fruit collection. 40 more words
1 year ago
THINGS WE GROW
GROW Heritage apples
Nutty, sharp and brimming with flavour, crunch into the apples your grandparents ate and for less than £20. 153 more words
We can chart the development of Turners Cider by the Brogdale Cider Festival, where we’ll be this weekend.
Two years ago I took May and Wilfred for the first time. 191 more words
1 year, 5 months ago
Year of Change - in memory of simon and mum
No fitness no hope but I do have a hammer of a right foot!
Today marks another chapter in my year of change, my first match as captain of the brogdale football team. 63 more words
1 year, 7 months ago
You’re getting increasingly camera shy. Candid shots are becoming much harder (I’m pretty much only using a 50mm fixed prime lens at the moment) and posed shots make you feel as awkward as hell. 125 more words
1 year, 10 months ago
The Teddington Gardener
Boxing Day and a brief hush before the next round of hospitality.
The apples in the foreground, small brightly-red baubles, are Cocket’s Red – windfalls from the orchards at RHS Wisley collected on Christmas Eve. 173 more words
2 years, 1 month ago
Quince (Cydonia oblonga) are an odd fruit, shaped like a knobbly pear, skin the colour of school custard with a downy covering similar to that of a baby bird. 1,012 more words
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