On Sunday 21st October, Lowdham Horticultural Society are holding their 11th Apple Day at the Village Hall in Lowdham (NG14 7BD).
There will be a wonderful display of different varieties of apples, also an array of fruits of autumn.
Lowdham Horticultural Society has a real reputation for this event with people visiting from all over the county. The fruit is grown locally and makes for a fabulous show.
During the day, hot pork cobs will be served with, of course, apple sauce and stuffing, as well as their famous tea and homemade cakes.
There also will be cider tasting and the chance to buy. You will be able to watch Adrian Baggaley, who is nationally known for his fruit growing, demonstrate juicing – using the apples from his local orchard.
They will also be offering the chance to taste several varieties of apples and you will be able to buy your favourite to take home. Cooking apples will also be available to buy.
There will be popular preserves for sale, many different jams including mulberry, gooseberry and elderflower and lots of varieties of plums.
There also will be a lovely selection of chutneys and pickles, all made from locally-sourced produce. These are perfect for that different Christmas gift.
This is the 11th Apple Day so pop along to Lowdham Village Hall on 21st October – which is National Apple Day – and share a lovely family day out and make it special.
The show is open from 11am until 4pm and the cost to enter is £2.50. For more information visit the website www.lowdhamhortsoc.org.uk