The primary objective of the Trust is

The advancement of science for public benefit, primarily through the support of research and development, particularly in the fields of horticultural and other plant-based disciplines.

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16 Feb

Acquisition of Brogdale Farm

The East Malling Trust would like to announce the acquisition of Brogdale Farm The home of the world’s largest collections of fruit trees has been purchased by The East Malling Trust, the charity that champions the advancement of science in horticulture and agriculture. The National Fruit Collection at Brogdale Farm is a living history and [Read more..]

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20 Nov

Bradbourne House awarded ‘Heritage Wedding Venue of the Year’

Judges described Bradbourne House as “luxury wrapped up in history, with its imposing ceremony spaces beautiful décor and excellent food. With a mindful eye on budgets, Bradbourne House ensures to deliver couples a range of options that allows them to enjoy this grand venue, along with a strong and supportive team to help them plan [Read more..]

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06 Jan

Professor John Mumford

It is with great sadness that The East Malling Trust shares the news of the death of one of its trustees Professor John Mumford on 29th December 2022. John became a trustee for the East Malling Trust in May 2010 and during his tenure also served as Chairman from 9th March 2015 to 6th May [Read more..]

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The East Malling Trust
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East Malling
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