Around the UK, you’ll find numerous apple tastings, baking demonstrations, cider making, apple juice pressing and fruit growers giving advice on pruning and grafting, as well as experts giving tips on apple identification. But it’s not all about eating and drinking. Look carefully and you’ll also find a wide range of games and creative activities, featuring everything from apple printing to poetry evenings.
Apple Day is supported by a diverse range of organisations, such as the National Trust, Women’s Institute, museums, galleries, shops, restaurants and even doctors and healthcare charities, so don’t be surprised to see an apple themed event popping up near you.
And if you do one thing on 21st October, make sure that you eat a delicious British apple.