Lewes, the largest town in any National Park, is not only able to source wonderful food and drinks from its surrounding farmland but in the town and surrounding villages. Fruit trees, particularly apples, are everywhere – in public spaces, gardens and even on roadsides, so play your part in protecting and sustaining the local harvest. Put the fruit on your doorstep to good use rather than
letting it drop and rot on the ground. Have them pressed for a moderate charge of 50p per litre, and enjoy the taste of freshly-pressed juice. 10kg of crushed fruit will produce approximately 4-5 litres of fabulous juice. September will soon be upon us. Look after your fruit and keep at least some to enjoy pressed as your very own natural fruit juice.
Bring your apples to the Linklater Pavilion, situated on the Railway Land, next to the Ouse, on Saturday or Sunday 23rd and 24th September between 10.00 and 4pm