Autumn and Apple Day at Hill Close Gardens

Autumn and Apple Day at Hill Close Gardens

Autumn and Apple Day will bring visitors to see the historic apple collection Since 1856 apples, pears and plums were known to have been grown in the Gardens as well as soft fruit.
Now there are more than 60 different varieties in the Gardens. By the 1990s, the trees were totally overgrown with swags of ivy and brambles. Noreen Jardine, assisted by Geoff Croft and many volunteers, started a programme of clearing and restoring these trees to bring them back to growth and fruit bearing.

Apple tasting and sales. Craft stalls, bee keeping, competitions and children’s activities. Hot lunches and teas, sales of plants, produce and gifts.

Special half-price entrance for this event.

Address
Hill Close Gardens, Bread & Meat Close, Warwick, CV34 6HF
Telephone
01926 493339
Car Park
Linen Street
Dates
Sunday 15th October 2017
Times
11am-5pm
Admission
£2 - Child 50p
Info
Vegetarian Family
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