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Plumpton supported interns at Ringmer Community Orchard, year 2

The Flourish project began in September 2015, and one of the first things we did was to set up a three-day apple course working with a group of… 898 more words


Blackberry picking.

As a born and bred city girl blackberry picking is something I definitely do not do everyday. Although after moving to the countryside for university and now living in Cornwall I feel like picking my own fruit and veg will become a common occurrence. 362 more words

There's not only football in Old Trafford...but plenty of apples too!

After a 2 year break, Abundance Manchester had a lovely pick from 2 large apple trees on a sunny Saturday at Seymour Grove Allotments (Old Trafford). 52 more words

Fruit Picking

A weekend of fruit picking - and a cruise on a riverboat

Last week of August/beginning of September.

We had a week of being home in Kingston this week. Homeschooling and noticing little things. We joined the library (5 minutes walk from home, what a luxury!) and got out thirty or so books. 1,593 more words


Fruit Picking in Ibaraki

As Japan’s second biggest producer of agricultural products, Ibaraki is heaven for fruit lovers with a number of farms and orchards open to visitors. In autumn, many of these places offer fruit picking experiences, giving you the opportunity to enjoy freshly picked seasonal fruit with your friends and family. 773 more words

Ibaraki Prefecture

Just Peachy

Just over a year since our first ever peach picking experience, we decided to head back to the same farm and pick more peaches.  The excuse was that my in-laws had never picked peaches before so we thought they would enjoy doing so with their grandchildren but our motive was collecting a gargantuan number of peaches so that we could indulge in pies, cobblers and crumbles for days on end. 360 more words

The Fig Harvest

Yesterday Geirgie and Alfie went picking figs.
They enjoyed eating the rugs fresh from the tree but picked so many that they needed to find a way to keep them. 159 more words