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APPLE DAY (in Britain)
Apple Day is an annual celebration, held in October, of apples and orchards. It is celebrated mainly in the United Kingdom. Apple Day was initiated by Common Ground in 1990 and has been celebrated in each subsequent year by people organizing hundreds of local events. Common Ground describe the day as a way of celebrating and demonstrating that variety and richness matter to a locality and that it is possible to effect change in your place. The first Apple Day was on 21 October 1990 in Covent Garden, London.
THE APPLE as a symbol Common Ground has used the apple as a symbol of the physical, cultural and genetic diversity we should not let slip away. In linking particular apples with their place of origin, they hope that orchards will be recognized and conserved for their contribution to local distinctiveness, including the rich diversity of wild life they support.
TRADITIONS Apple Day events can be large or small, from apple games in a garden to large village fairs with cookery demonstrations, games, apple identification, juice and cider, gardening advice, and of course many hundreds of apple varieties. More recently Apple Day has evolved into a weekend event, usually taking place on the Saturday and Sunday closest to 30 October although a number of venues now simply use the term Apple Day for their own events which can take place anywhere in the second half of October.
Places of celebration Apple Day Tring, Hertfordshire. Cromford, near Matlock, Derbyshire are notorious apple promoters. Whittington, the home of the John Downie crab apple, holds an annual apple day fair on the third Saturday in October. Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire, Apple weekend 19 and 20 October 2013. Events, cookery Demonstrations, tastings etc. Chadlington celebrate Apple Day on 26th September 2015. The locals celebrate local varieties of apples through food. Chepstow, a town with historical walls and noted for orchards within those walls, celebrates Apple Day Torbay, an Apple Day celebration has been held for the past 20 years. Murray Edwards College, Cambridge. Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens, Birmingham.
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