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Malvern Autumn Show - tonnes of apples in Weston's retro display

I had a great day at Malvern Autumn Show last weekend. Head on over to my dedicated Malvern blog for more...

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  1. I love apples! What a wonderful way to display them.
    Have a great weekend!

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    1. Thanks Lea - there were plenty of apple varieties to explore there as well :)

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  2. So many apples in the fields near us this year - but such a waste as nobody seems to pick them - except me! Found some lovely grapes hanging over the outside of a farm wall too - again nobody picking them - except me! I'm becoming a foragger!

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    1. My neighbour's grapevine has escaped into our garden. It's been a good crop this year :)

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  3. That picture just makes me think of how much cider could be made out of those apples?

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    1. I'm sure the people who put on this display could tell us... as they're a local cider maker :)

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  4. I'd love to get to a show at Malvern again,haven't been for years since my father retired from being the warden at Malvern Wells YHA.. over thirty years ago!
    On another note it is so sad to see so much fruit going to waste, be in orchard or hedgerow.

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    1. I've contacted the show and asked what happened to the apples afterwards... as the display was put on by a cider maker I'm hoping they found a good use for them :)

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  5. A great seasonal display. Will hop over to' other blog later :)

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