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83-year-old grandmother never realised, until now, is that her humble tree is the only one of its kind in the worl http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-432344/How-grandmas-apple-tree-shook-experts-core.html
100-year-old Bramley apple tree
A Brief History of Apples in UK
Find your perfect apple Take the quiz
The original Bramley apple tree - planted more than 200 years ago and the "mother" of all modern Bramley apples - is dying from a fungal infection.
St Ives Community Orchard might be listed here in a few years
Save England's real apples by Karen Homer
The Cornwall Orchard Project aimed to stimulate the restoration and re-establishment of traditional orchards. The Project was very successful and there are now several
List of nurseries supplying westcountry varieties of fruit trees
9 strange facts about the history of apples
For the first time in millions of years the honeybee needs the beekeeper and support from the general public, in order to survive the many trials it now faces (most of them due to human intervention); the ravages of the parasite Varroa, the loss of foraging habitat, and the overuse of chemicals and pesticides in farming being the biggest problems.
Cornwall Beekeepers Association - The CBKA is a charitable organisation which exists to promote all aspects of beekeeping in Cornwall. Like most county beekeeping associations it is affiliated to the British Beekeepers Association which represents the interests of beekeepers nationally.
Apple day ideas and info
The Orchard project has lots of ideas.