Apples are urgently needed tomorrow at St Nicholas Fields in the York Environment Centre for their forthcoming annual Apple Day.
Organised by John Cossham, a Facebook page is calling for residents to bring any spare apples to the fields from 10:00am tomorrow morning.
Cossham wrote on the Facebook page “People need to understand how food and drink is made, and crushing and pressing apples is fun and a good way of learning about our food. Additionally, crushing and pressing apples is quite difficult, so they learn how much energy it takes to convert apples into juice “.
Cossham also wrote that people who bring apples may get a cup of freshly pressed juice!
The event will take place at Rawdon Avenue in York.