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In May 2022, we celebrated 10 years of the Fruit Routes – with the first fruit trees having been planted early in Winter 2012. The day to mark the 10 year anniversary successfully coincided with the Transitions Festival, programmed by Loughborough University’s Institute of Advanced studies.

“This felt like an ideal moment to mark and celebrate the Fruit Routes, as well as direct it from being led by myself alongside the sustainability and gardens team, into the hands of a steering group consisting of university and academic staff, students and the local community.”

Read the guest post by Artist and Fruit Routes founder, Anne-Marie Culhane on the University’s Sustainability blog.

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