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There were plenty of activities on offer to ‘a peel’ to a core section of the community who flocked to an annual apple day event.

The event took place for the third time with the support of Warmsworth Parish Council who helped organisers buy their very own apple press for the popular event.

Admiring Warmsworth's finest apples and donating some of their own are l-r Asha Seymour, three, mum Catherine Seymour, and Ben Seymour, one, all of Warmsworth. Picture: Liz Mockler D2555LM

Admiring Warmsworth's finest apples and donating some of their own are l-r Asha Seymour, three, mum Catherine Seymour, and Ben Seymour, one, all of Warmsworth. Picture: Liz Mockler D2555LM

From apple pressing, painting for the young children, apple bobbing to planting ready for next year’s event and cake competitions - there was something on offer for all the family.

Refreshments were also available along with Peter’s Perfect Pork and apple sandwiches, plus the usual tempting buns and tray bakes, all at reasonable prices.

Organiser and one of the founding members of the Warmsworth Pudding Club, Diane Somers said: “It was a lovely day everyone who came along seemed to enjoy themselves.

“The smells wafting around the room with the cakes, pork sandwiches and apples were beautiful and it was a big help to have our own press this year thanks to the help of Warmsworth Parish Council.

“We are planning to hold the event again next year.”