Author Archives: Philip Colligan

Logistics for Apple Day 2018

Only 2 days to go until apple day! The apple pile is growing despite the poor harvest this year. We took the kids scrumping to Kate’s mum’s orchard last weekend and we got a good haul (thanks to Carla and … Continue reading

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Apple Day 2018

We are delighted to announce that the Cambridge Apple Day will be back for its 9th year on Sunday 7th October 2018. As usual it’s the time of year that we realise that we forgot to write up the blog … Continue reading

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Apple Day 2017 logistics

Apple Day 2017 is only a few days away! This is prime scrumping time, see this blog post for advice on collecting and storing apples. We’ve been busy picking apples in some amazing orchards this week: Beautiful spartan apples look almost … Continue reading

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Apple scrumping has started

Just three weeks to go until Cambridge Apple Day 2017 (which is on Sunday 8 October) and the apple scrumping has started. Jane, Kate, and Sarah braved the showers in Cambridge today, taking all five monkeys with them to scrump … Continue reading

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Apple Day 2017

I am delighted to announce that the Cambridge Apple Day will be back for its 8th year on Sunday 8th October 2017. I can hardly believe that it’s been almost a year since the last one. I was also more … Continue reading

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Two days to go to Apple Day 2016

It’s Friday night and we’re busy making last minute preparations for Cambridge Apple Day this Sunday. The good news is that the BBC is still predicting good weather (phew). Unfortunately for those last minute scrumpers, Saturday looks like an absolute … Continue reading

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Let’s scrump

It’s feeling a bit chilly in the mornings, which can only mean one thing… Just one week to go until Cambridge Apple Day and this is the weekend for scrumping. I’ll be building the tump this weekend, which means we’re … Continue reading

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