An Introduction to the Cider Making Business of the Parish
Sunday 1st October 2017
The Rusty Axe 2.30-4.15pm
Tickets £5 on sale at The Community Shop, The Rusty Axe and from Chimney
Cottage (Tel 01935 822654). Price includes a Cream Tea and raises funds for the WW1 & The People of The Parish Project.
James Crowden: The History & Mystery of The Apple. james-crowden.co.uk
Liz Copas: Cider Apple Varieties. lizcopas.com
With archive photographs & film of:
The late Tim Edwards / Bill Elliott / Jonathan Male/ Julian Temperley
Robert Stuckey — grandson of Albert Stuckey — born 1878
Esme Cloherty — grandaughter of Charles Duck senior — born 1876
01935 824 159
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