SLIDESHOW: Apple Day has loads of a-peel for visitors

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Visitors to Warmsworth Community Centre certainly didn’t get the pip at the village’s annual Apple Day.

Young and old flocked to the centre in Low Road West, despite miserable weather, to enjoy tasty treats as well as fun and games.

Apple day at Warmsworth Community Centre.  Warmsworth Primary school provided 8 varieties of apples. L/r Abigail Cook (eight), Cerys Alcock (11), Damien Curtis (10) and Molly Auty (nine).  Picture: Malcolm Billingham

Apple day at Warmsworth Community Centre. Warmsworth Primary school provided 8 varieties of apples. L/r Abigail Cook (eight), Cerys Alcock (11), Damien Curtis (10) and Molly Auty (nine). Picture: Malcolm Billingham

Freshly squeezed apple juice was on offer thanks to a traditional apple press, and visitors could tuck into more than 20 different varieties of apple, provided by Mill Lane and Waverley primary schools.

There was apple bobbing, arts and crafts demonstrations for children and adults, as well as cake stalls, cake-making demonstrations, and tea and coffee.

Organiser Diane Somers said: “This is our fourth apple day and we’ve had a really good turnout.”