' The Grading and Packing of Apples'
Christopher Norbury is one of the youngest farmers in Worcestershire. He was educated at Oundle School and Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and after passing through the School of Agriculture at Cambridge he entered into partnership with his father in 1930. He is one of the Worcestershire delegates on the fruit sub-committee of the National
Farmers' Union ; a member of the committee of the Imperial Fruit Show ; and has published several articles on the manufacture of fruit juices as a means of ridding the market of second-grade fruit. Since 1934 he has been a member of the Martley Rural District Council.
by Cecil Cope (baritone)
A Voice by the Cedar Tree 0 let the Solid Ground
Birds in the High-Hall Garden Go not, Happy Day
Come into the garden, Maud I have led her home
0 that 'twere possible!
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