The Apple affair returns to Burwash Manor for a day of feasting and fundraising
Burwash Manor’s Apple Day returns on 13 October, kicking off at 10am. A fabulous foodie celebration of the countryside with apples at its core, it’s all in aid of the Sick Children’s Trust, a charity that helps to keep the families of seriously ill children together in their times of need.
The fun will include cookery demonstrations, appley games, street food, stalls and crafts. You can also take a ride on a miniature steam train, listen to the Sawston Steel Band and watch displays of many traditional activities, from falconry to willow and coppice crafts. Little ones can enjoy face painting, pony rides, a fairground, an assault course and the ever-popular tractor and trailer rides around the farm.
Bring your apples down to be identified by the EEAOP – and don’t forget a few extra to be pulped and juiced. Visit Cam Valley Orchards who will be selling and discussing their heritage apple varieties, then enjoy a drink or two at the juice, cider and craft beer bars.
Entry is £4 per adult and free for under 12s.