These are orchard-related events in our area – some organised by GOT, some by partner organisations. Click an event title to bring up more detail. If you want to see just GOT Events click here, or just Partner Events click here.
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Gloucester Civic Trust invite you to join them for a Celebration of Gloucestershire Apples and Cider Making at Folk of Gloucester (formerly Gloucester Life Museum), 99 – 101 Westgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 2PG Traditional Cider Mill in Action Craft Ciders and Juices available to Try and Buy! Folk Music and Morris Dancing performances Come and meet Rosie the Cider Press horse FREE Children’s Activities! Morris Dancing Workshops FREE ENTRY and Café offering Teas, Coffees and Ciders. Full details here: https://glosorchards.org/home/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Apple-Day-Flyer-2019-A5.pdfFind out more »
At Quenington Village Hall, GL7 5BS Apple pressing for juice/ cider (Please bring your own juice containers. You may need to wait for a turn. Please note only large quantities can be pressed so if you just have a few they will be mixed with others apples) Free apple games and activities for children Seed swap Children’s Poetree Competition Cirencester & District Beekeepers Tea, cakes and apple juice served See web site for more details and entry forms: www.queningtonvillagehall.org.ukFind out more »
At the Salutation Inn, Ham, near Berkeley (the Sally is a genuine rural free-house in the village of Ham, close to the Severn Estuary. Details at http://www.the-sally-at-ham.com/) Pete Tiley writes: Autumn is here and the apple harvest is upon us. The ancient orchards of the Severn Vale are fully-laden and groaning with glistening fruit. Cidermakers across the South West are bent double, soggy-kneed and with tannic-stained hands diligently picking and pressing before the fruit spoils. It is a busy time…Find out more »
The original National Apple Day - established by Common Ground way back in 1990. The concept, to celebrate traditional orchards, their crops and varieties, as a national festival day is now well-established. The plethora of Apple Days across the country, scattered geographically across the country and scattered in calendar terms across the late September to late October time period, is all due to this original initiative. Read more about it here: http://www.commonground.org.uk/apple-day/Find out more »
At Rudford Village Hall, GL2 8DY The event will be part of our Rudford Saturday Market. The juicing will definitely be on from 9.30 -12.00 but if demand is good we will carry on. There is no charge but for large amounts a donation would be welcomeFind out more »
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