Orchards and their importance in the Midlands

The orchards that we look after are full of fruits, wildlife and historical significance.

Apples hanging from trees in Croome's orchard

Caring for orchards in the Midlands 

The orchards we look after are not only important historically and for supplying our tea-rooms with fruits, but also as key habitats for many forms of wildlife.

Red and green apples in orchard

Best orchards in the Midlands 

Discover more about the orchards across the Midlands and the work we do to care for them.

A little girl on a lantern walk at Kedleston Hall

What's on 

Whatever the weather there's always lots to do at the special places in our care. From a family visit to Father Christmas to crafts and winter walks, there's something for everyone.


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