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Apple Day

Apple Day is a National event created by Common Ground in 1989 to celebrate and raise awareness about the importance of preserving traditional apple varieties, traditional landscapes and the countryside.

Fruitscape assists at Apple Days by providing:

  • Apple identification
  • Providing a display of Northern grown apples
  • Providing expert help with regards to the growing and training of fruit trees
  • Offering advice regarding pests and diseases of fruit

Below are photographs and links of some of the Apple Days that Fruitscape has been involved in.

Apple Day 2009 organised by Transition Leicester and Leicester QuakersApple Day 2009 organised by Transition Leicester and Leicester Quakers held at the Friends Meeting House on Queens Road, Leicester.
As 2009 was the Bicentenial of the introduction of the famous Bramley's Seedling, the centerpice of the displpay is a trug of Bramley apples. As people are accustomed to the green colour of supermarket Bramleys they are surprised to see the depth of colour that they can achieve.

Apple Day at Normanby Hall, Scunthorpe 2010 as reported at This is Scunthorpe

Photos of Apple day at Jesmond Community Orchard 2010

Dispaly of apples by Fruitscape at Birkacre Garden Centre, ChorleyIf you are looking to hold an Apple day and are looking for an expert why not contact Frutiscape to discuss your requirements?

For those attending an Apple Day event and are looking to have thier apples identified, please bring 3 of the best fruits with a twig and leaves, our experts will try to identify the variety.