The Bramley Fund
Description: The aim of the Bramley Fund is to support communities in Nottingham City and the Nottinghamshire County by making grants available to grow apple trees in gardens, allotments and green spaces.
Type: Equipment & Capital Costs Only
Notes: Apply before deadline.
The well-known Bramley cooking apple was first seeded in Southwell by Mary Ann Brailsford in 1809. A local nurseryman Henry Merryweather, 17 years old, saw its potential and cultivated the Bramley (apple) from cuttings. The apple is now used across the cookery world, and is renowned for its sweet taste.
The Bramley Fund is championed by the great grandson of Henry Merryweather, Roger.
The aim of the Bramley Fund is to support communities in Nottingham City and the Nottinghamshire County by making grants available to grow apple trees in gardens, allotments and green spaces.
Community groups and local charities can apply for a grant to plant up to 4 trees in their garden. Details of the recommended supplier and information on how to look after your apple trees will be forwarded to you should your application succeed. We recommend the trees are purchased and planted in spring.
The fund annually offers £100 per application
The round closes in February or when we have received 5 suitable applications.
For more information please contact us on 01623 620202 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should you wish to donate to the Bramley Fund and help us provide Bramley apple trees to community spaces and school gardens click here