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Brighton orchard is rescheduled
7:50am Saturday 26th January 2013 in News
The planting of a new community orchard by green-fingered volunteers has been rescheduled.
Snow and cold weather saw the plans for the site at the top of Brighton’s Race Hill last Saturday postponed.
The event will now take place today (January 26) at 1pm, with 30 trees planted on part of a three acre site between Swanborough Drive and Wilson Avenue.
Once complete, it is expected to produce 20 tonnes of free fruit for residents.
The first crops are expected to be ready to harvest within two to three years.
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