Thank you to all how attended our
Abundance Wimbledon's 10th Annual Fruit Day
Sat 19th Sept, 2020
See our 2020 Fruit Day Photos
Credit: Paul Gapper Photography
Please read our latest newsletter and Fruit Day Wrap here.
Please contact us via email at email@example.com if
you require any information about our 2020 season or would like to sign up to volunteer in 2021
Abundance Wimbledon Fruit Day is our big event each year for selling jams, chutneys, cakes, freshly-squeezed apple juice
and lots more made from unwanted fruit from local gardens.
Juliet's Zoom chat with Sustainable Merton
Our Juliet chatted to Amy from Sustainable Merton via Zoom Chat on 19 August, 2020 at 1.00pm
Click on the file below to view Juliet's presentation.
What is Abundance Wimbledon?
There are lots of fruit trees in the Wimbledon area, but much of the fruit falls on the ground and is wasted. Abundance helps people to access this fruit and pick it.
Or main objective is that the fruit gets used. If at the same time, we can help people who might be struggling with the cost of fresh food, share skills, reduce waste and have fun doing all of this, so much the better!
Abundance works because lots of people do little bits to help. Here are the different ways you could help:
Over the last year, we have localised fruit picking and distributing - so there are now teams of people working together in Raynes Park, Morden, Wimbledon Park and Wimbledon Town Centre & Wimbledon Village. We are looking to localise even further and set up teams in Merton Park/Dundonald and Colliers Wood.
Let us know if you'd like to help in some way by emailing or would like to receive email updates of what is happening, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The RHS guide to pruning fruit trees - pdf guide
Come fruit-picking with Jean-Jacques Video of fruit-picking in the gardens of Wimbledon and Southfields
More Video Links
Abundance London - video of the schools project
How to Graft Fruit Trees - using the whip & tongue method
How to Plant Fruit Trees
How to Celebrate Our Orchard Heritage
How to Involve the Community in Orchards
Other Abundance projects