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Fruit Routes Launches!

Fruit Routes Launches!

FRUIT ROUTES LAUNCH.. This is what happened.. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Harvest, Juice, Forage. We spent our first days on site harvesting existing fruit trees and foraging across campus, breaking in the apple press, cleaning out the shed with the help of...

incoming pommes

incoming pommes

Homing apples are being found on campus in diverse locations complete with Paddington-like labels. And we have been sent pictures of them in the locations they were found by text. Here are some of them that have arrived so far. Keep a look out. There may be more. (see...

How to get involved in October

How to get involved in October

Taking part in October Lots of ways to get involved - perks are free fruit and juice and a warm seasonal glow.. Harvesting trips – Wednesday (1.30-5), Thursday (1.30-5) and Saturday (12-3) On and around the campus. Own transport (bike preferably would be helpful)...

more details on the activities during launch week

more details on the activities during launch week

5,6,7 October we will be setting up the hub/cafe/installation at The Shed and harvesting and pressing campus fruit found on campus and in the surrounding area. Fruit Routes will be at Freshers Fair on Saturday and Sunday 8 & 9 October 10,11,12 Fruit Routes will be...

biodiversity in orchards

biodiversity in orchards

Here is a short list of some of the more common creatures and plants that you might find in an orchard environment. Hedgehog, badger, fox, field vole, pipistrelle bat, greater horseshoe bat, dormouse, robin, wren, blue tit, bullfinch, chaffinch, great spotted...

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