Apple day with Ruskin College
Discussion | Environment, History
Apple Day, an annual celebration of apples and orchards, contributes to the development of farmers’ markets and encourages people to look for more naturally-sourced food. This event highlights the Ruskin College walled garden and ancient orchard with a panel discussion and demonstration of all things apple, including heritage varieties, looking after fruit trees, pressing apples to make juice and cider, preserving apples, apple recipes and weird and wonderful apple traditions.
Ruskin College offers residential adult learning to people of all ages and backgrounds. With historic links to the University of Oxford, the College offers university-standard education and facilities, without the need for qualifications.
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