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Dates and details of forthcoming working sessions :
- St Mary's Field
- Jubilee Green
- Links to the illustrated reports
From June 2017, working sessions at Jubilee Green will be on the morning of the fourth Sunday of the month.

🚩October workparties, both sites: please click here to view or download the information for this month

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Reports: please click on a link below:
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Sunday 24th September @ Jubilee Green
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Sunday 10th September @ St Mary's Field

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Sunday 27th August @ Jubilee Green
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Sunday 23rd August @ Jubilee Green (early morning scything)
BCOG's Apple Day 14th October 2017
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Report and photos will be posted on the Events in the Orchard page as soon as available!
Community Gardening Group
The Community Gardening Group started its new weekly sessions for 2017 on Thursday 23rd March.
🌟Come and join us!
If you would like to find out more about our friendly group, please click here. There's a link to all our illustrated weekly reports and plans for the allotment this year. Plus further details if you'd like to get involved.
🌟Community Allotment open afternoon, August 2017: report and photos here
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Bridport Community Orchard Benefits From Waitrose Donation : May 2017

The Community Orchard benefited from a £300 donation from Waitrose, raised by their February “Community Matters” green token collection.
As the orchard continues to mature, the fruit trees are becoming more productive, and this generous donation will be used to help purchase vital apple juicing equipment that will enable the whole community to enjoy the delicious apple juice produced from the wide variety of apple trees.
The cheque was presented by Tara Dobel and very gratefully received by members of the BCOG committee: (left to right) Jenn Baker, Paul Arthur and Gill Massey.
BCOG’s Management Committee agreed to sign up to the CLS Food Future Britain aims. This Lottery-funded project is now finished, but you can read about it by clicking on the link below:
http://www.communitieslivingsustainably.org.uk
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