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APPLE trees are coming to Stroud High Street with the arrival of five new planters in the town centre.
Gloucestershire varieties of apples will be planted by Stroud Apple Town, a community initiative which celebrates Stroud's apple heritage.
The initiative has been supported by Stroud Concordat and the trees will be maintained by Stroud Town Council.
The trees are due to be planted later this month and will be on a medium-sized root stock so won't get too big.
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"The trees have been supplied by Day's Cottage orchard in Brookethorpe and include local varieties such as Ashmead's kernal and Lodgemore on pareil," said Ben Spencer of Stroud Apple Town. "The aim is to bring a bit more green to the town centre, celebrate Stroud's links with our apple heritage and make the town more a-peeling!"