Welcome to our website As well as fruit trees, the St Mary's Church Field Orchard includes a number of community allotments, a meadow area that contains a wide variety of wild flowers, beehives, and a wildlife area with a pond. It is managed in partnership between Bridport Town Council and the Bridport Community Orchard Group BCOG). ▸Read moreabout the Orchard. Link to the two documents below for more information about BCOG: ▸Introduction and background history (If you would like to read the entire Bridport Community Orchard Management Plan from which this introduction is taken, a link is provided on thePolicies page.) ▸BCOG's Vision Statement Orchard Working Parties: St Mary's Church Field & Jubilee Green Regular monthly work parties, to which all are welcome, maintain the orchards and in the long term they will develop into mature, productive, open spaces that benefit the whole community. A link to monthly session details can be found on the Work Party Information page. Like to get involved? ▸Find out how you can! ▸If you have any questions or need more information about anything on our website, pleasecontact us. ▸ If you are interested in setting up your own community orchard, clickhereto link to our helpful two-page document. Link to maps to find us: ▸St Mary's Church Field Orchard ▸Jubilee Green Orchard Bridport Community Orchard has achieved Plastic Free status as part of the Town Mayor’s campaign to make Bridport a Plastic Free Community. To achieve this, we have removed all single use plastics from our operation. This is a small but significant step towards reducing the volume of harmful plastic finding its way into ecosystems world wide.