Apples will be available all this week. There are still apples on the trees and there will be PYO available on Saturday 31st October and Sunday 1st November 9am – 4pm.
From Monday 2nd November, we will be closing for the winter. However, we will still have plenty of apples and are happy for you to contact us if you would like to buy some.
We still have over 40 varieties of apple for sale so come and try some that you’re not familiar with.
This week we will be open noon -6pm on Tuesday to Friday and 10am – 6pm on Saturday and Sunday.
There is now the widest variety of apples available that we will have this year. Saturday will be buzzing here as there is a free to enter Dress 4 Less event in The Woodpecker (11-5pm) where there will be a very wide selection of clothes (sizes 8-50) and accessories – some new and others good quality pre loved. This event is raising money to plant daffodil bulbs in surrounding villages There will also be second hand books for sale, raising money for White Ladies Aston Church. So, if you’re thinking of visiting us for apples in the near future, Saturday would be a good day to come. We’ll be open 9 – 6pm.
Our Apple Day is this coming Saturday, October 10th from 10 – 6pm. There will be around 45 different apples to taste as well as this year’s apple juice. Paul will be giving walking tours of the orchard at 11am and 2pm but booking is required as groups can only be of 6. More times can be added if demand warrants it. The weather forecast is looking good so we hope to see you!
Most of our apple varieties are now ready to pick and by our Apple Day on Saturday 10th October, there should be about 50 varieties for you to try. Apples are going for juicing this week so there’ll be apple juice to try before you buy too.
We will be opening from now on at 11.30am each day but there will be some serve yourself apples available before that. We will be closed on Friday 2nd October, reopening on Tuesday 6th.
Damsons are still in very good supply but plums are finishing tomorrow. Apple varieties are coming on thick and fast. There are
Katy and Worcester are both finishing this week. There are Greensleeves, Epicure, Gala, Lambourne, Elstar and Cox at present and of course Bramleys are in good supply.
We have organised a Zoom Auction for our local church and Macmillan Cancer Support which will be held on Friday at 8pm. If you’d like to see a catalogue (over 65 lots), email me. firstname.lastname@example.org
Plums are coming to the end with Croppers being the main variety left – ideal for both eating and cooking.
Apples are coming on thick and fast. We still have plenty of Worcesters, Katy, Epicure, Elstar, Lord Lambourne with a few Ellison’s Orange left. Bramleys are sizing up nicely and are plentiful. We have a very good crop of damsons.
We’re open today until 6pm, tomorrow (Sunday) from 10 – 5.30 and every day next week from 11 – 5pm
Look forward to seeing you.
Bank Holiday Sunday and Monday we will be open from 10am – 5.30pm Ready picked and some PYO
Plums – Victorias are now coming to an end but we have a lot of Marjories and Croppers with some Warwickshire Droopers, Burbanks, Edwards and Coes Golden Drop still available.
Apples – Bramleys, Katy, Epicure, Worcesters
We look forward to seeing you!
Victorias are still going strong as are Kirke’s Blues. Yellow Pershores are still available but Purple Pershores have now finished. Damsons are ready for PYO and ready picked.
Apples -Bramleys and Katys are available for PYO and ready picked James Grieve and Epicure are both available ready picked.
We are open everyday next week 11am – 5pm
NB Normal opening times are 11am – 5pm but on Monday 10th August we will only be open from 1 – 5pm
Victorias are going well and they’ll be around probably for another week.
Purple and Yellow Pershores and Belles are going fast.
Kirke’s Blue are now available.
Apples – Katy and George Cave – eaters;
Bramley and Grenadier – cookers
This year we are operating from an outdoor stall to ensure our safety and those of our customers.
Look forward to seeing you!