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Apple Day At Borough Market

An apple, a day, just keep the tourists away

Written by . Published on October 18th 2011.

Apple Day At Borough Market

THIS Sunday, Borough Market is celebrating all things apple. A day out for all the family, this year’s Apple Day, will be celebrating the seasonal apple harvest, offering the public a chance to sample many different varieties of the fruit and its products, including preserves, pies, juices and cider. Not only will the public be able try the obvious produce, but there will be whole, new, apple experiences, such as apple, Wensleydale and parsnip cake, homemade apple brioche, apple balsamic vinegar and many more different, yet exciting recipes. There will also be the chance to taste fantastic cider from New Forest Cider and juice from Chegworth Valley in Kent. Amongst the festivities and celebrations, the public will be treated to a rare production of The Marriage of Wit and Wisdome by Henry Merbury (1579), presented by the local theatre company, The Lion’s Part. The theatre company will also bring a range of games, music and storytelling to occupy all ages. Whilst adjacent to Borough Market, Southwark Cathedral will be holding its harvest Eucharist at 11am, with apple associated games from the Ministry of Fun in its churchyard. It’s set to be a great day for the whole family and a chance to see, taste and celebrate all things apple.

Find the festivity in the lively Jubilee Market
Sunday 23 October
12pm – 4pm

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