Apple Festival

Perry Court Apple Fayre , Ashford

The golden days of harvest in Kent.

English apples are at their best and what a way to celebrate the abundance of so many varieties that Kent has to offer then a day, apple picking, welly throwing and playing runaway with a tractor.

You’ll find not only apples available in the green gardens of Kent but plums, cobnuts, quince, and pears are also fruits of the harvest.

It is said that the apple originated from forests of the mountainous Tian Shan on the borders of Kazakhstan and China. The nearest city is Alma Atta, its name is derived from the Kazakh for ‘Father of Apples’.

And what’s not to like about apple pie with lashings of custard.

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