BROMHAM MILL’S APPLE DAY- a juicy date for
Bromham Mill and Gallery
hosts their hugely popular annual Apple Day, on
Sunday 19th October, from
11am - 4.30pm.
Thousands of people are expected to attend on
the day to celebrate all things apple related. On site, there will
be a vast selection of food and drink on offer and lots of
fun-filled activities for the whole family to enjoy.
There will be a range of fun and traditional
activities and you can also find out what type of apple your garden
or allotment orchard is growing by Apple Experts. Bromham
Mill’s new café ‘Café at the Mill’, which opened in April
this year, will be a further attraction for those who may be
visiting it for the first time.
The public are also invited to purchase real
cider at the cider bar, try some succulent hog roast and enjoy the
Morris Dancing displays. People can purchase the traditional
Bedfordshire Clanger, a pastry dish for all tastes, consisting of a
savoury filling at one end and a sweet treat at the other.
The Mayor of Bedford Borough, Dave Hodgson,
said: “Apple Day at Bromham Mill is a great day out for all the
family. Last year saw some 2,000 people enjoying the day at the
historic mill, and this year there will once again be lots to see
and do. This year’s Apple Day is also the first at Bromham Mill
since we opened the new ‘Café at the Mill’, so there’s all the more
reason to visit!”
Tickets for Bromham Mill’s Apple Day are £5 for
adults, £3 for a concession, and adult-accompanied children who are
under 16 years of age enter for free! Parking is also
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