“Apples, Berkshire, Cider” the Two Rivers Press ABC book all about apples in Berkshire will be featured again at the Apple Day event
at the Museum of English Rural Life in Reading with traditional cider making being demonstrated by the author, Duncan Mackay, Come, see and taste apple cider made with a screw press and scratter.
It is an afternoon for the whole family with plenty of activities for everyone:
- Taste different varieties of apples from Cross Lanes farm in Malpledurham
- Taste and buy apple juices, chutneys and preserves
- Meet local cider producer Tim Wale of Tutts Clump cider – same his delicious ciders and take some bottles home!
- See beautiful and rare books from the MERL library and an archives display
- Take part in the longest peel competition
- Join in the apple and spoon races
- Meet Duncan Mackay, author of ‘Apples, Berkshire, Cider’
Watch apples being turned into juice
- Eat and drink Delicious apple-inspired refreshments will be available all afternoon
£1 per adult, children free