Apple press available for local charities

 

I recently met representatives of Transition Wokingham who told me of their Community Apple press.

The main aim of the apple press is to let people use apples that would otherwise go to rot in their gardens or when they fall from “orphan trees” by the roadside. There is a membership scheme for which they charge.

However, if you run a charity  or a community group and would like the apple press to turn up as part of an event or fun day, it can be made available free of charge for suitable causes.

 

I promised to put a note about this good works facility on my site. Those interested should contact TransitionWokingham@yahoo.co.uk

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