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Hudds Mill Community Orchard

A two acre site of Burghley land has been given over to SCOG. We plan to plant thirty historic local variety fruit trees each year over three years, and are encouraging the use of the Orchard as a community space for picnics, and locals will be able to pick fruit there too.

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JOIN US

If you could offer a few hours a month you could be just the person we are looking for. We need help at our planning meetings and at events like our Apple Day and workshops, or in our community orchard in Christchurch Close. You'll certainly learn more about our fantastic local apple heritage, help to preserve and promote it, and work with an enthusiastic and friendly volunteer team. So please email SCOGchair@gmail.com for more information.

New!!  Free Toolkit for Learning about Traditional Orchards

​WELCOME!

We are a non-profit making group based in the Lincolnshire market town of Stamford with the aim of promoting apples and orchards in the area. 

Apples of Stamford - watercolours by Barbara Clemence

Borrow our kit

SCOG has an apple press and other essential cider making equipment; we are happy to loan this out to groups for events. Click here to find out more.

Meetings

There is a bi-monthly meeting at 7.30pm on the third Wednesday  at The Crown Hotel. All welcome.

EVENTS

Sat March 2nd 10-1 pm

Pruning Workshop

More details and register here

Wednesday 17th April 2024 7:30pm

Bi-monthly meeting including a short illustrated talk on growing cherries in Herefordshire.

The Crown Hotel

Sunday 28th April 11am - 3pm

Blossom Brunch in the orchard

"The best time to plant an apple tree is twenty years ago...                                                                   ...the next best time is today" 

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