Bramley apple orchard in Sittingbourne

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Oct 18, 2017

New owners for the oldest Bramley Apple Tree?

The world-famous original Bramley Apple tree could soon have a new custodian.

Nottingham Trent University is in discussions about becoming the new owner of the tree which is located in a private garden in Southwell.

The university is keen to try to prolong the life of the tree – which is dying due to an incurable honey fungus infection – and to safeguard its important heritage for generations to come.

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