Apple Day is upon us! Or will be on October 13th!
There will be plenty for children to do this year - from the Wild Waste Bus, to trying their hand at archery, and we are very excited to present plans for the proposed "Forest School" area which carbon cutters are helping to design and implement.
As last year, you are invited to bring your apples for Ruth Ward to help diagnose what variety they are, and windfalls to be crushed into juice. There are very few apples around ths year, so if you know of any going spare, please collect them and bring them, or if they are in someone's garden, ask if you can collect them!
There will be soup and rolls at lunchtime, tea and coffee throughout the day, and a cake stall run by Caldecott School PTA.
There will also be a stall of second-hand children's books, do bring any you can spare.
The Mayor of Abingdon will visit and we hope the children of Caldecott School, who are having an "Eco-week" that week, will sing to her.
Bring your friends!