By Celia BLoor - 3rd October 2018 6:04am
ADAPT would like to thank all those who supported their campaign to reduce apples left on the ground to rot. The three Sunday pressing sessions were very busy, one family came from Eccleshall!
The children (and maybe the adults too?) loved helping and we have plenty of donated juice for our home made christmas event when we mull it and give it out free. Thanks for the generous cash donations to our funds which are ploughed back in to buy new equipment.
If you have late maturing apples you would like pressed please contact us at the Saturday stall over the next two weeks (we may be stopping them after that due to lack of produce through the winter).
We may be able to arrange an individual session.
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