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UK sees fruitful year thanks to cold spring and dry summer

24 September 2013 Last updated at 08:09 BST

Favourable weather conditions have produced the best crop of wild fruits in over a decade, according to the Woodland Trust.

The combination of a cold, wet spring followed by a long dry summer have resulted in a bumper crop.

Jenny Hill reports.

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