All About Orchards
















All About Orchards

What's lurking in and around the Colwall Village Garden

Saturday 7th July

At Colwall Village Garden

Old Church Road, Colwall, WR13 6HG



Colwall Orchard Group invites you along to discover the delights of Colwall Village Garden where you will find a Community Orchard and Allotment site.


What better way to start your day than a Moth Breakfast?   OK, we won’t be eating moths… but we’ll be enjoying coffee and croissants while checking out the moths that have been captured overnight.  Up close and personal, but we can’t guarantee you won’t be put off your breakfast!

Join us from 9am to 10am
– it’s motht definitely worth it!

Price for breakfast is £6.  Book a place by emailing colwallorchardgroup.org.uk

At 10 o’clock: Your chance to explore the delights of Colwall Village Garden. 
Entrance fee:  Adults £3, Children £1 (under 5's free)

Discover the history and wildlife that lurks in the village orchards!

Under the pond lies an unseen world of amazing wildlife ready to be discovered – let’s get dipping and find what lies beneath the surface.
There’s moth and mammal traps to discover, nature displays and animal skulls to view, and lots of lovely insects to inspect.
And let’s not forget the bees, we’ll visit the hives and discover what flowers bees love to enjoy (and we do too!)

We’ll be barbecuing at lunchtime and serving teas and cakes in the afternoon – bring the family along for a brilliant day out where they can play among the wonderful fruit orchard or simply sit by the camp fire.

Preserves and juices, and wonderful wild flower plants on sale too.

We hope to see you on Saturday 7th July.




Not sure where we are? Colwall Village Garden is in a beautiful location along Old Church Road, just past the turning for Orlin Road.  Easy to walk to from all parts of the village and just a short bike ride away for everyone.  Some parking for cars, plenty of parking for bikes.


The Colwall Village Garden is a community orchard of traditional old local varieties of apple, pear, cherry and plum trees – a celebration of Colwall’s cultural heritage and a fruit crop for sharing and juicing.  A place for learning about tree planting and tree care, and so much more.
Visit us at http://colwallorchardgroup.org

Colwall Village Garden, a place for everyone.