Orchard Pruning Workshop 21st Feb 2017

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FWAG Orchard Pruning Video 21st Feb

Orchard Pruning Workshop Tues 21st Feb 2017
10am-4pm

Led by experienced tutor, Les Davies, this is an opportunity to learn traditional orchard pruning and maintenance skills. Advice will be given on how and when to prune a variety of fruit trees, management for wildlife, how to restore old orchards and establish new ones.
FWAG SouthWest advisers will also be present to offer general advice.
Please bring protective gloves, boots and suitable tools.
A light lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Cost: £42 Members & Friends of FWAG (Inc. VAT)
£50 Non-Members (Inc. VAT)

Booking is essential, call 01823 660684
Or email info@fwagsw.org.uk

Greenway Thatch
(Parking in the playing fields by kind permission of Mr L Leader)
21 Greenway
North Curry
TA3 6NH

FWAG SouthWest The Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group

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