Apple Day

Image Credit: Edwina Ashton

Outside Whitchurch Library, 7 Oatlands Avenue, Bristol, BS14 0SX

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Saturday 24 October 2015
11am - 3pm
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The 'cathedral of trees' imagined and designed by David Thorpe comes to fruition this Autumn in Hengrove, as part of the Future Perfect public art programme.

Celebrate Bristol's newest community orchard, with a day of apple pressing, artist workshops, foraging walks, local food and music.

- Learn to press apples & taste fresh juice with National Trust Leigh Woods
- Bring your own apples & bottles for free juice
- Take a walk on the wild side with forager Steve England
- Taste home cooking from The Garlic Farm Field Kitchen & Whitchurch WI
- Get creative with artist workshops for all ages
- Bring your apple cakes for bake-off competition, with judging by a professional chef at 2:30pm
- Hear music by the Acousticians

Free event, all welcome! Find us outside Whitchurch Library, from 11am - 3pm.

The Orchard is a Future Perfect public art commission designed by artist David Thorpe in consultation with local residents to provide abundant fruit for the community and a place of beauty.

Supported by Bristol City Council, One Tree Per Child, Bristol City College, National Trust and ASDA.

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