About National Apple Day

National Apple Day is a day spent celebrating wonderful English apples.  It’s the perfect opportunity to encourage people to treasure our orchards, support native growers and appreciate the fruit grown in this country.

About Brogdale Collections

Brogdale Collections is a charity located in the heart of the Garden and England and is home to the National Fruit Collections which is the largest collection of temperate fruits in the world.  Set in hundreds of acres, it includes over 2,000 apple varieties including some very unusual and heritage varieties, such as apples dating from 450AD, Tudor and Victorian varieties, as well as apples from all over the world.

At Brogdale you’ll see different types of apple of every size, shape and colour.

How can Brogdale help?

Brogdale’s role is to provide access to and education about the National Collections and would love to help any media covering the Apple Day story.  Please contact us if you would like to:

  • Interview one of our expert guides about growing and enjoying apples
  • Record a story about Apple Day at our orchards containing over 2,000 varieties of apples
  • Film our orchards which look so stunning in October with a wonderful variety of different trees and fruit

Further information

Click here for details of National Apple Day

Click here for details on how to contact Brogdale Collections

The National Fruit Collection is one of the largest fruit collections in the world and is located at Brogdale Farm, near Faversham, Kent.

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