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Ampleforth Abbey Orchard

Ampleforth Abbey is a Benedictine monastery located on the edge of the North Yorks Moors National Park. For more than 200 years the monks of Ampleforth have been growing apples in the Orchards. Primarily this was to feed the community and the school, but as the years went by the supply of apples started to overtake the demand. They are now used to make our award winning cider.
We offer guided tours of the orchard where you will have the opportunity learn more about the cider and sample it!

Current Events

Past Events

  • Wednesday 23 October 2019
    Tour of Ampleforth's Orchard with over 40 varieties of heritage apple trees. A visit to the Cider Mill to see how we make our products followed by the opportunity to taste our Award Winning Cider.
    Ampleforth Abbey Orchards
  • Wednesday 30 October 2019
    Tour of Ampleforth's Orchard with over 40 varieties of heritage apple trees. A visit to the Cider Mill to see how we make our products followed by the opportunity to taste our Award Winning Cider.
    Ampleforth Abbey Orchards
  • Sunday 1 December 2019
    The biennial FOALS (Friends of Ampleforth Lourdes Sick) Carol Service will this year be held at Ampleforth Abbey on 1st December. Join friends to celebrate the season of advent back here in the Valley. Proceeds from the Carol Service will contribute towards the Lourdes pilgrimage in the summer; an annual pilgrimage for the sick and disabled, hosted by monks, pupils, families and friends of Ampleforth Abbey. Ampleforth Abbey Trust, registered charity number 1026493
    Ampleforth Abbey
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