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The second Apple pressing will be held under the Butter Market this Saturday 7th October between 10.00am — 1.00pm

Firstly an apology if you turned up after 12.00 with your apples last Saturday. Not many people turned up with apples and it was felt maybe we had picked the wrong time. We hope to be busier this Saturday. So even if you come at 1.00pm we will be there to make apple juice.

There are lots of apple trees in Audlem so there is no excuse. Bring the apples on Saturday either pre-frozen and defrosted or fresh from the tree and it will be turned into lovely apple juice. Don't forget to bring bottles for your juice.

This is a great opportunity so don't miss out.

See you Saturday!

Thank you,
Valerie Mackin

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