Apple Weekend

Beetham Nurseries
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Apple Weekend returns to Beetham Nurseries for 2023, and this year is going to be bigger and fruitier than ever!

  • Friday 6th October and Saturday 7th October 2023 9am – 5.30pm
  • Sunday 8th October 2023 10am – 4.30pm.

Our annual free, family event, celebrating the nation’s favourite fruit, is one of our most popular events of the year here at Beetham Nurseries and this year will be no different! Offering a weekend crammed full of fruit and apple trees, fruit pressing, family fun, live music, as well as our exciting collaboration with Kendal Farmers Market who will be bringing you some of the most delicious, local artisan produce that Cumbria has to offer!

There will be plenty to see, do, eat, drink and browse… and of course, learn!

  • Trees For Sale
  • Loose Apples and Tastings
  • Fruit Press
  • Apple Expert and Talk
  • New for 2023! Artisan Food & Drink Market with Kendal Farmers’ Market
  • WIN an Apple Tree
  • KingSharp
  • Children’s Crafting
  • Fairy Hunt
  • Colouring Competition
  • Live Music
  • Fruit-themed Garden Café Menu

We hope to welcome you to Apple Weekend!

Beetham Nurseries

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