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02 October 2019Apple Day at Geilston Gardens
Saturday October 5th
12 noon to 4pm
A celebration of the apple harvest and of the wildlife which supports Geilston Gardens.
“Become an apple expert by following our apple trail and help apple man John Hancox press apples and have a taster of the juice.”
Beekeepers and other wildlife experts will illustrate the role bees, butterflies and bugs in the gardens, while there will be a William Tell Dell for junior archery as well as an apple-themed treasure hunt.
There will also be a bake off-style ‘Show us your Bakes’ – bakers are invited to bring along an apple-based bake made at home for judging during the afternoon. Click here to download an entry form.
Further details on the website, but see below for the entry fees
Entry is free for NTS members and there are reduced garden entry charges until the end of October for non-members – £10 for two adults or a family ticket. (Its normally £15 for a couple or £18.50 for a family (2 adults and up to 4 children)
This is a special deal and you have to visit the Itison website and download a voucher to get this reduced rate