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Orchards of Husthwaite

Husthwaite has been known as the Orchard Village of North Yorkshire due to its history of growing fruit and trading the crops at market and with jam factories over the last 3 centuries.

Orchards of Husthwaite began in 2009 with a project started by the village history society. On the back of research and feedback from villagers it was decided to start a business that was run by volunteers to replant the village with fruit trees and commence making produce to generate a surplus to match fund projects within the village.

Over 1000 trees were planted in and around the village and a cider mill was established in the original 12TH century Saxon Manor house behind the church, where 2 byres and the old bull pen were converted into a working cider mill.

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