NB: St Mary's Church
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
Hartwell Garden Centre
By Lindsey Poole - 12th September 2013 8:00pm
After last year's disappointing harvest, 2013 is a good year for apples and Haddenham in Transition team is looking forward to a grand apple pressing at Home Made in Haddenham on Saturday 5th October.
If you have apples that you would like to press or if you have a tree but can't use the apples yourself, please get in touch with us. Rather than let any spare apples rot on the ground, we can come and collect them and put them to good use.
If you would like to donate your apples to our community pressing, please do contact Lindsey on 01844 290331 or visit the Haddenham in Transition website.
Thank you and hope to see you at Home Made in Haddenham on the Saturday 5th October (see EVENTS page).
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