• Saving traditional orchards
    Orchard Link
    Orchard Link
    Saving traditional orchards
  • Supporting community orchards
    Orchard Link
    Orchard Link
    Supporting community orchards
  • Conserving local varieties
    Orchard Link
    Orchard Link
    Conserving local varieties
  • Apple pressing equipment
    Orchard Link
    Orchard Link
    Apple pressing equipment
  • Orchard skills training
    Orchard Link
    Orchard Link
    Orchard skills training
  • Advice, information and events
    Orchard Link
    Orchard Link
    Advice, information and events

Orchard Link

Saving Traditional Orchards since 1998

We are a volunteer-run, not-for-profit organisation run by and for orchard, apple and cider enthusiasts in South Devon. Membership is open to all.

 

Orchard Link offers its members technical advice, a programme of events, courses and activities, and makes key items of equipment – mills, presses and pasteurisers – available for hire.

 

We aim to promote:

- the restoration and planting of orchards
- the conservation of traditional local fruit varieties
- the productive use of fruit crops for eating, juicing, cider making and cooking
- the exchange of knowledge, skills and expertise
- community involvement in orchard management, heritage and traditions

 

This year we celebrate our twentieth birthday!

 

Latest Orchard Link News

Talk: "Devon's Orchards: How We Took To Cider"

06-09-2018

An illustrated talk by orchard historian Michael Gee. At the Devon Rural Archive, Shilston, near Ugborough, on Thursday 6th September at 7pm. More info


Orchard Link Committee Meeting

05-09-2018

: 7.30pm

Please note change of date! All members are welcome to come to our next committee meeting on Wednesday 5th September at Harberton. More info


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