Sunday October 16th 2011
Bloody Ploughman Kentish Pippin Flower of Kent Clopton Red Falstaff Queen Cox Elise Suffolk Pink Rosemary Russett Fiesta Spartan Royal Gala Dr Harvey Red Pipin Cox Orange Worcester Blenheim Orange Bramley Suffolk Pink Jonagold Winter Wonder Russett Suffolk Delicious Discovery Katy Laxton Fortune

Apple Identification

at 10.00 when you’re invited to bring along your apples for identification or buy
apple fruit trees from Hatton Farm Nurseries. 
Apple Pies, Cakes and Icecream 
will be available for you to take away for tea.
Apple Juice Tasting 
a range of local Suffolk apple juices from Dan Neuteboom (Eye) James White (Ashbocking) and Aspalls (Stowmarket).
Apple Tasting Apples from Wakelyns Agroforestry, Dan Neuteboom’s Real English Fruit Orchards, Braiseworth, Eye, and Eddie Krutysza’s local Metfield orchard.
Apple Walking
at about 11 we’ll start our Apple Ramble, led by Eddie Krutysza, walking through hazel groves, crab-appled hedgerow to Wakelyns Agro- forestry apple system – planted by Ann and Martin Wolfe with 21 heritage varieties of apple trees.
Walking with us will be Poets, finding Words to fit the apple organised by Rochelle at
Everyone is welcome.

Another Apple ramble from Metfield Stores, to Wakelyns Agro-forestry on North South Axis where hazel, alder, willow mix with apple Coeur de Boeuf and intercropping tree with field, makes so much sense.
And once again a Fringe Event with Aldeburgh Food Once more our shelves abundant in apple pie, juice So bring your apple to identify with Eddie Kruyteza Who’ll walk us round our village, eating an Elise
Or Suffolk Pink, Laxton Fortune, Cox or Queen Cox, Bloody Ploughman, Blenhim Orange, or Flower of Kent, Or Dr Harvey, James Grieve or Reverend Wilks
Or Clopton Red, Jonagold, or Hawthornden Or Broad-eyed or St Alban’s Pippin, Egremont Russet, Or Grenadier, or Falstaff, or Katy or Elise
Another chance for us to taste what’s given from our trees Or fallen on a Newton head, to remind us gravity.
And this year, walking with us, they’ll be Poets (some from London!)
Finding words to piece together, apple nuggets tum te tum e on Thanks to Tamar and Rochelle, Mendam-writers dot com We’ll see, eat and write, the Devonshire Quarrendon.

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