“We know how important natural spaces can be for young people’s learning and wellbeing. I am really pleased that Fruit-full Communities will provide these benefits to some of those that have the greatest need.”

Mary Jackson, Projects Manager at Learning through Landscapes

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They’re not fruit trees but we couldn’t resist adding this amazing oak form from the Wide Horizons school garden’s in Eltham, S.E London: preparing for World Cup fever, an old oak ‘football’ trained to spherical perfection


How about this for inspiration!? An apple umbrella in the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris


Cutting it up: Jessop Primary School's outside spaces transformed by the planting of trees into the playground tarmac.

Sitting pretty: Willow woven seating around a favourite orchard tree


Making an entrance: Garden Organic’s Apple Archway

A true ‘Family Tree’ – a selection of different local varieties grown on one apple crown


Two pronged apple espaliers

A beautiful espalier, its growth promoted by the warm brick wall behind


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