Apple Blossom Day

06 May 2013 14:00 - 06 May 2013 17:00

Venue Sunnyhaye Fruit Farm, Sanctuary Lane, Woodbury, East Devon, EX5 1EX

 

Do come to our tenth Apple Blossom Day on Monday, 6th. May!
 

Ample Free Parking: No Admission Charges. Just spend the Bank Holiday afternoon in the countryside!

Telephone 01395 232 223; Email: alansmith@sunnyhaye.com

As always, do bring your family, dogs, horses and friends because you can freely walk around these organic orchards: we use homeopathic sprays on our crops.

Since Christmas, we have been pruning the trees so that they can make the most of their very quiet season last year when pollination failed because our bees wisely stayed indoors. Despite today’s weather, the buds are alreasy starting to burst into blossom!
 

Tea and Coffee will be served in the Barn with our compliments. Do also take the opportunity to taste our apple juices and cyders as well as our vegan, organic wines, which have no added sulphur, and our new Blackcurrant and Apple, and Mango and Apple Juices
 



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