apple-ness

Nov 26, 2016

Bryony Huntley is a host and an RHC in south Somerset. For a couple of years now she has arranged WWOOFing weekends to help with her apple harvest and here’s what she says:
apple picking 2016
Huge thanks to all the Wonderful WWOOFers, friends and family who came to help with the apple harvest this year. We were a very international crowd each weekend in October and have delivered over four tonnes of cider apples to Thatchers in Sandford, Somerset.
final apple picking of 2016
We will be celebrating the bounty of the trees, as well as hoping for a good crop next year, on Saturday , 14th January so keep an eye on the website for details.

Drink up thee zyder !!

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