Newburgh Orchard Group
Supporting Orchards in Newburgh and the surrounding area
Copyright Newburgh Orchard Group 2017 E+O Excepted
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Gerben de Vries
The 2018 Plum markets will be on Saturday 1st and 8th September from 9.30am to 12.30pm.
Fruit collection are on the Friday night before each market from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. Collections this year will be at the bottom of Westport Road
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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