Tatton Park Apple Day

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Ed: We do not normally cover events so far outside our area but thought this one might be of interest to Audlem readers.

Tatton Park is holding an fruity event this Sunday, October 7th.

There will be apple and pear tasting from their orchards — "including varieties you won't find in the super market. Meet local author Nicola Hulme for readings of her children's book 'Portia the Pear from 10.30am — 4.30pm and listen to fascinating facts from our expert gardeners about apple cultivation at 1pm and 3pm.

Enjoy delicious apple inspired dishes in the Stables Restaurant and Gardener's Cottage tea room using apples from the orchard, and produce from the Tatton estate. The Housekeepers Store will hold tastings of delicious locally sourced apple juice, chutneys, cheeses and more."

Visit www.tattonpark.org.uk or call 01625 374400 for more information.

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