Halloween and Apple Day Fun 2023
Apple Day and Halloween roll around every October, bringing with them a mix of autumnal festivities and spooky fun.
The Breamish Hall first celebrated Apple Day in 2022, when an apple press was purchased for use by the whole community. It’s a chance to appreciate the rich variety of apples we have, with apple tasting, and cider making. It’s also a nod to biodiversity and local farming.
Meanwhile, Halloween is all about costumes, trick-or-treating, and ghost stories. It’s a day when everyone, kids and adults alike, can embrace their inner child and enjoy some good-natured frights and sugary treats.
Both days are perfect for community gatherings and celebrating the season’s changes. And this year was no exception:
MANY THANKS as always to May Wilson and Noreen Birnie for organising the event. And a BIG THANKS to Kay Wilkinson for entertaining the children with a whole range of seasonal crafts and activities. And BIG THANKS also to Richard Evans for setting up the apple press and demonstrating its use.