On Monday afternoon, St Ethelwold’s garden was transformed into a production-line again for the processing of surplus apples into delicious juice.
10 volunteers chopped, crushed, pressed, bottled and pasteurised nearly 100 bottles (that’s 75 litres!) of the early-ripening fruits. You can download the slideshow here: Apple pressing at St Eth’s
If you know of a tree whose fruit is not being used, why not gather them (with permission if not on public land!) and bring them to Stonehill Community Gardens on Weds 13th September, then stay and help turn them into juice? You are guaranteed to go home with a bottle or two, and have fun!