By Haddenham Webteam - 7th October 2014 8:22pm
The Haddenham in Transition group will collect spare apples from anyone who might feel inclined to donate to the apple pressing at the Homemade in Haddenham event, which takes place on Saturday 11th October.
HiT members can collect any time this coming Friday, 10th October (or at other times by prior arrangement). Please contact Lindsey Poole on 01844 290331.
Of course if you would like to bring your own apples to be pressed and then taken away as juice, please bring to the marquee in Banks Park on Saturday morning (after 10.00 am), along with suitable clean containers in which to take the juice away (for example, 4 pint plastic milk containers).
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