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Apple Pressing

Come and try your hand at apple pressing at Townsend Community Orchard, (next to Townsend Green), on Saturday 22nd October, from 11am-1pm.

It's fun and it's free — all ages welcome!

Nothing tastes better than freshly pressed juice straight from your own garden. So bring your own apples and bottles, and come anyway even if you don't have a crop.

We'll show you how to use the apple press, but be prepared to help wash and chop the fruit first (or do this at home beforehand). Some patience is helpful while waiting to take a turn on the press so why not bring a picnic too.

For further details email Greg Smith on smith.poole@btinternet.com

Or visit the orchard website.

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