Holderness Community Orchards was set up by its original trustees, who wanted to give something back to their community and leave a legacy that would last for generations to come.

Original Trustees:

Kelvin Hurd

Kelvin has lived in Hedon all of his life. An NHS worker, he is passionate about giving back to his community.

Neal Everingham

Neal is the 5th generation of a well-respected family of master craftsmen creating memorials for the people of Hedon and their loved ones since 1843.

Dave Langcaster

Dave recently moved back to South Holderness, having moved away to work for the civil service in the early 1990s. He now lives in Hedon with his family, and takes an active part in local politics and community projects.

The 3 of us are the founding trustees of Holderness Community Orchards, and are proud to be associated with a project that will serve the people of Hedon for years to come. Our future plans are to expand Holderness Community Orchards to villages across Holderness, helping communities to enjoy the benefits of working together to grow fresh produce and share in nature’s bounty.