Give the gift of a rural experience for Christmas Brogdale Collections in Faversham has a packed programme of rural workshops planned for 2022 which are perfect gifts for anyone who loves growing, making or nature. Many of the courses take place in the orchards and buildings at Brogdale and are delivered by friendly, knowledgeable specialists. […]
Volunteers and gleaners have helped save the apple harvest at Brogdale Collections.
Do you have an unidentified apple tree? Apple Tree Identification service from Brogdale. Autumn is the perfect time to seek help in identifying your apple tree. Many people have apple trees in their garden which may have lost their name tags and their names are forgotten. However, understanding the variety of an apple is incredibly […]
If your kids love being outside and getting their hands dirty, we’ve got plenty of activities to keep them busy at Brogdale Collections.
The promoter is Brogdale Collections, registered office Brogdale Farm, Brogdale Road, Faversham. The competition is open to residents of the United Kingdom aged 18 years or over except employees of Brogdale Collections, their close relatives and anyone otherwise connected with the organisation or judging of the competition. There is no entry fee and no purchase […]
HANDS ON LEARNING FOR CHILDRENAt Brogdale Collections By Debi Adams, Education Officer at Brogdale About Brogdale’s Educational Programmes Brogdale Farm, in Faversham Kent, is home to the National Fruit Collection, which comprises over 4000 different varieties of Apples, Pears, Cherries, Quinces, Plums, Hazelnuts and Cobnuts, and a variety of soft fruits. We work with schools […]
One of the many enquiries we get at Brogdale is how to prune a traditional large fruit tree. Have you tried your best and not achieved the result you expected? Has someone pruned the tree for you and made a hash of it? Have you moved into a new property and have no idea what […]
National Apple Festival is back and bigger than ever for 2019, as we celebrate the 2,200 varieties of apple in the National Fruit Collection.