The Apple Day Quiz was won by Ann Matthews with a very creditable 19 out of 20.
And here are the answers!
We have kept a wide selection of the apple trees, including some rarer varieties to create out very own Jubilee Orchard at the far end of the site.
Needless to say, our of selling trees are now over.
A good time was had by all, a crowd of families gathered, thanks to the efforts of Will Batemen, and a high quality product was produced and enjoyed by the Juicers.
Watch this space for future juicing days and other Jubilee Wood events.
P.S. don’t forget to pick up your Apple Day quiz from the pub or from Our Shop.
Those of you who are avid readers of the Western Gazette will have seen the recent article about Frank Naish and cider making at Piltown Farm, near Glastonbury. Many of you will have also noticed work in the field opposite the village hall and perhaps some might even have put two and two together.
The Hinton St George Jubilee Woods Trust was established in 2012 to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II with the following objectives:
Promotion and study of ecology and conservation
Promotion, study and appreciation of flora and fauna
Promotion, study and appreciation of horticulture and silviculture
Provision of access to land owned by the Trust
Provision of facilities for leisure time occupation for the benefit of villagers and public