Wilgro Orchards       Roadside Stall

                Sales of   -        Cherries      mid  December to late January     Apples      late February to June

                                        Chestnuts    late March to late April                 Raspberries  mid December to mid January
                                        Quinces     late March to late April                   Blueberries   late December to late January
                                        Jams, jellies, pastes, chutneys, fruit flavoured vinegars etc. when available
                                        Pies, juices, dries fruit, chocolate dipped fruit, ice cream, yoghurt when available 
                                        Coffee,tea, juices at the orchard or take away


                         Opening times vary with daylight saving but we are open at least from 8am to 5pm every day except Christmas day 
                     during picking seasons

                Wilgro Orchards   specialise in tree ripened fruit direct from our orchards to the customer. 
                 Fruit is available at its peak picking time.

                  Consequently we are open for only that time of the year when these fruits are being picked.

        At Wilgro Orchards   we grow our fruit as naturally as possible with very low chemical and fertiliser usage. 
                  We integrate natural pest and disease control with limited chemical intervention.

                 At times when there is only limited passing trade or the orchard is particularly busy we have to depend on the 
                “honesty system” and the stall is not manned all day. We can usually have someone in attendance if we are notified in advance.

                  After recent rains, the country side and our orchard look great! The autumn colour should be very good.

                   Why not drive up to the mountains and enjoy our spectacular scenery?


    Stall                         Entrance to our roadside stall   

                Roadside stall with old plough                                                                                                                          


Mountain grown Apples and Cherries from the famous Batlow district



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