Scottish Apple and Cider Festival

Updated: Sep 6, 2019

20th Oct 2019 - 1.30 to 4,30pm

location

Partick Hill Bowling and Community Club

46 Partickhill Road

Glasgow

G11 5BY


Welcome to a family friendly celebration of Scottish apples, ciders talks and chats about orchards and fruit growing around Scotland.. There is an upsurge in interest in fruit growing across Scotland and also in Scottish cider making - from Glasgow's Clydecider, and Hamilton Ciders to many others from across Scotland ...

The event will feauture talks from , orchard experts, cider makers, orchard growers, and people interested in community and school orchards

We will have a display of many of the Scottish Apple varieties such as Galloway Pippin, Stirling Castle, and Cambusnethan Pippin, and will have some samples to taste.

We welcome people submitting their apples, ciders, juices, or apple cakes - and we will have apple juicing and other fun apple activities - get in touch if you'd like to contribute or get nvolved with the event

This is a free event, but we would welcome donations on the door to help cover the event costs.

We are grateful to Coffee Conscience for their support for the event.


Book here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/scottish-apple-day-and-cider-festival-tickets-71629867863



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FAQs

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Cider tasting is for 18years and over

What can I bring into the event? We are keen to encourage people to bring apples to press, apple cakes, and we welcome cider makers amateur or professional to bring some samples.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Contact John via the www.scottishfruittrees.com website or ring 0778 606 3918

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Scottish Fruit Trees

2 Kelvinside Terrace West 

Glasgow 

G20 6DA

Please get in touch, call John on:

0778 606 3918 

Or email: 

john@scottishfruittrees.com

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