People are being invited to turn their pears and apples into juice while supporting a Ripon charity.
The annual Apple Day event takes place at Ripon Walled Garden on October 9.
Ripon Community Link, a charity that helps young people and adults with learning disabilities, is staging the event.
There will also be craft stalls, food and drink, children’s activities and an appearance by local singer Ian Hepburn.
The event derives its name from the day’s main activity — apple pressing.
Sarah Johnson, fundraising manager for Ripon Community Link, said:
“The team from Old Sleningford Farm, long standing supporters of the charity, bring their apple pressing equipment and help visitors press their own apple and pear crops into juice.
“It’s a great way to use up any excess fruit and prevent it from going to waste and a really interesting and fun process to do, the whole family can get involved.”
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Ms Johnson added that Apple Day, which didn’t take place last year due to covid, was one of Ripon Community Link’s key fundraising events.
The Ripon-based charity works across two sites: Ripon Walled Garden and St Wilfrid’s Bungalow.
Apple Day is free although the charity suggests a £2 donation per person or £5 per family. For more information call 01765609229 or click here.