A tree-mendous team of volunteers from Vodafone were out and about in our on-site apple orchard on Tuesday, 14 May, getting down to work on weeding, strimming and mowing the areas around the young trees. This was all to help the apple trees not to have their growth stifled.

Our aim is for these trees to bear fruit in the coming years for the autistic young people with complex needs that we support to pick and juice the apples as part of our Vocational Learning offering.

But more immediately, this work has made the orchard area easier to access for the young people we support and practice their horticultural skills.

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There was even time for the group of 15 visitors to go on a tour of our beautiful Berkshire site to learn more about our charity's work with autistic young people and life at Prior's Court.

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