2011 Scrumping Project dates announced !!

2011 Scrumping Project dates announced !!
Details below
This year’s events promises to be bigger and better than ever with added activities.
During the Picking day we hope to press, bottle and pasteurize some of the juice so attendees will be able to take a bottle of fresh apple Juice away with them on the day. Refreshments will also be provided.
More details to follow during the next couple of weeks so keep checking the blog.

Scrumping Project 2011, dates announced

Scrumping Project 2011, dates announced

Apple picking – The Scrumping Project
Saturday 15th October 9am-1pm

– booking required
Meet in the car park at the Oldbury Power Station – short
walk to their apple orchard, Oldbury Naite, Oldbury-on-
Severn BS35 1RQ
Join in a fun day out picking apples to be processed into apple
juice and cider – and help bring under-used orchards back into
life. Good family day out. Wear suitable footwear and clothes.
Tel: 07885 214291 to book.

Pressing/Apple day Grimsbury farm
Sunday 16 October 10am-3pm
Grimsbury Farm, Grimsbury Road, near Baden Road,
Kingswood BS15 9SE http://www.orchardeye.com
Bring your own apples – or those you got from friends/
neighbours back gardens (asking first!). Have them pressed
by the Scrumping Project and take away a bottle of your own
apple juice! Or leave your apples for the Scrumping Project to
make into cider. Either way, it’ll be a good day out. There is no
limit on numbers to join in the apple peeling and pressing.


One response to “2011 Scrumping Project dates announced !!

  1. Pingback: 15th October – The Scrumping Project (Oldbury-on-Severn, Bristol): Apple Picking 2011 Preview « The Cider Blog

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