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A trio of Wash Common women, Judy Cooper, Ceinwen Lally, and Beverley Lewis (pictured), have obtained funding from Newbury Town Council and New Greenham trust to run Newbury’s first ever Apple Day.
On Saturday, October 13, in the Market Place, surplus apples will be turned into tasty juice by way of a press, and there will also be an abundance of cakes and stalls showing off the best of this year’s harvest.
Local businesses and primary schools are also being invited to join in.
Co-organiser Mrs Lally said the group were delighted to be able to bring Apple Day to Newbury.
“Lots of apples just go to waste so this will be a great chance to make the most of them, and it will be a great opportunity to tell people about Berkshire’s own apple varieties and Newbury’,” she said.
Communities around the country have been running Apple Days since 1990 but this will be first event in Newbury.
For further information or get involved please contact (01635) 580730.



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