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Click here to send an e-mail: nogsecretariat@gmail.com
Or write to::

Gerben de Vries

NOG Secretary,

Buittle,

Newburgh Road,

Auchtermuchty,

Fife

KY14 7BT

Scotland


Apple Day 27/10

We will be holding our first Apple Day on Saturday October 27th from 1.00 to 5pm in the Parish Church Hall and grounds (Cupar Road). This will be to celebrate Newburgh's centuries-old heritage of apple growing, and there will be apple-based produce and home baking for sale along with recipes, participative Apple Art, blind fruit tasting, a fruit display and a fruit quiz, plus tea, coffee, cakes and biscuits. Admission will be free.

There will also be a demonstration of apple pressing to make apple juice, using only the apples we have in stock. (Please do not bring apples for juicing: another date may be arranged)"





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Newburgh is a small town in the county of Fife, Scotland.  It is beautifully situated on the south shore of the river Tay. 











Newburgh Orchard Group (NOG) was formed by local people in

 June 2002.  Its aims are:


- to preserve, maintain and develop Newburgh’s heritage as an historic fruit growing area;


-  to enable local people to gain  enjoyment and economic benefit from fruit growing;


-  to see Newburgh put on the Tourist Trail as Scotland’s Fruit Town;


-  to create a resource of which the people of Newburgh will be proud;


-  to research Newburgh’s fruit heritage and to preserve its ancient fruit varieties;


-  to build up a network of fruit tree owners and bring people, skills and resources together.


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