It’s Woodlands Farm‘s annual Apple Day event this Sunday, 13th October 2019, starting at 11am, and they also have some activities lined up for children in half-term week.
Maureen wrote with details of Apple Day:
Join us for a celebration of British apples on Sunday 13 October 2019 from 11am to 4pm. Discover and buy different types of traditional British apples. There will be music by Skinners Rats, tea and cakes from our Café, plus a BBQ. There will be a variety of activities including: apple pressing to make delicious juice, stalls selling local produce, including our own honey and homemade jams, and an opportunity to try some delicious Kentish cider. A great day out for all the family. Entry: Adult £1, Child 50p. All proceeds go towards keeping Woodlands Farm here as a conservation project and valuable resource for the community. A great family day out!
I’m looking forward to trying some interesting apple varieties, and getting some of my favourite Egremont Russets.
Hannah, the farm’s Education Officer, sent details of their half-term activities for children:
October Half Term
Tuesday 22nd October Make a bead bracelet 1-3pm
Drop by to have a go making your own bead bracelet. Use your creative skills to create colourful and decorative bracelets using our selection of beads and buttons. No need to book, just drop in. £3 per child
Wednesday 23rd October Passionate about Ponies 10am – 12noon
Do you want to find out all about ponies? Then come down and see our pony Bob and have a go at our pony and horse fact trail before making your own pony craft to take home. No need to book, just drop in. £3 per child.
Friday 25th October Horrible Halloween 11am – 3pm
Drop by for a day of Halloween crafts and a trail. Explore the farm and try and find all our creepy hidden creatures and then make your own Halloween craft to take home. No need to book, just drop in £3 per child.
For more information, see our website or contact Hannah Ricketts on email@example.com