Cider making 2020

We will be making cider most Saturdays in September and October but have some private events so please get in touch to see when we have availability

We can still make cider whilst maintaining social distancing. We can divide the activities into 2, with you doing the washing and milling, and Nigel and I making the cheeses (filling cloths with milled apples) and pressing. 

To be confirmed based on government guidelines closer to the date

Saturday 10th October

Cider Making Day at

National Trust

Brockhampton Estate,

Bromyard, Herefordshire

At Brockhampton, the NT are looking to restore 3 lost orchards so are busy planting fruit trees and wildflower meadows to support biodiversity. 


Ensuring the fruit is used and valued is also important, and making cider is a great way to achieve this.


Join us and take part in pressing the apples.

We will be selling 12 litres of juice, with an airlock, for you to take home to ferment for the price of £15.

Please note, there is a charge to enter the National Trust property, details are on the website 

2015 Apple harvest brockhampton credit N