High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Greg Smith - 14th June 2019 3:15pm
Organisers of the Townsend Community Orchard wish to offer special thanks to staff from Cosine (pictured) who joined the orchard work party on Friday 14th June.
Good use was made of the new garden tools generously funded by the Haddenham Beer Festivals Trust.
The orchard group are very pleased that, thanks to the Beer Festivals Trust, people who don't have access to garden tools can now join in work groups at the orchard.
The work groups have been doing a wonderful job maintaining this as a great space to enjoy in the village. If you haven't visited recently, now is a great time to drop by.
The orchard is located immediately adjacent to Townsend Green and can also be accessed from the end of Stokes Croft.
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