Details of the public apple pressing sessions using our equipment:
Saturday 2 October at High Banks Farm East Barnby
Tel 01947 893983 or email.
Saturday 9 October at 28 The Lane, Mickleby
Tel 01947 840708 / 07866 235455 or email
Sunday 17 October at Avenue House, Great Fryup Dale, Lealholm
Tel 07981 396398/ 01947 666184 or email.
Please bring your apples already washed and with any bad bits cut out and you can crush and press them with our equipment. Bring clean containers for your juice; as a guide 10kg apples produces on average 5 litres of juice.
There will be a charge of £5 to cover costs of equipment hire. It may be possible to pasteurise your juice depending which event you go to, in which case you need to bring clean glass bottles (screw top wine bottles are ideal) and would cost 50p per bottle in addition.
Further apple pressing dates for your diary, in addition to this Saturday’s event at Glaisdale. Booking details to follow.
Saturday 2 October – East Barnby
Saturday 9 October – Mickleby
Friday 15 October – Danby Village Hall Cider workshop
Sunday 17 October – Fryup
Moor Sustainable CIC are running a ‘Cider making for beginners‘ workshop at Danby Village Hall starting at 10am on Sunday 17 October, with tuition from Julian Gaskin of TeesCider. The cost is £30 and you will be able to get your apples pressed to start off the process. To book a place email Clare Churley.
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE
The workshop will be followed by an hour’s cider making tips and cider tasting session also at Danby Village Hall at 3pm on the 17th – if you are a cider maker we would love you to come along and share your experience and hopefully share a bottle of your cider with other enthusiasts.
Many thanks to the North York Moors Association for a grant towards our workshop and promoting our apple pressing equipment.
Have you got any early apples this year that you would like to turn into lovely juice? Come to Yatton House, Great Ayton on Friday 10th September and have a go at pressing them. To book a 30-minute slot, between 1pm and 4pm, contact Caryn Loftus tel. 0777 3048250 or email. There is a charge of £5 per slot to cover costs and you will need to bring your own bottles.
If your apples aren’t ready yet, then keep an eye on our website or Facebook page for further dates in the area.