Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens will be hosting their Harvest and Apple day on Sunday 13th October between 12.30 – 4.30pm.
One of the most popular events in the gardens calendar, this is a day out for all the family.
Visitors can explore the historic, 10 acres 18th century restored walled gardens and enjoy several free activities and displays.
Have a go at pressing apples picked from the garden, take part in snap apple or the longest apple peel competition, visit the Orangery and discover the vegetable display.
Younger visitors can take part in apple printing, try hook for apples or listen to songs and stories performed by The Wild Man of the Woods, Britain’s widest travelled Green Man. There will also be face painting and craft activities.
Or just take a leisurely stroll, explore the Summer House, Holly Walk and Maze, a place of beauty, to breathe deeply, escape & relax.
We are encouraging local people to bring their windfalls apples for juicing, remembering to bring their own containers to take it home.
The café will be open serving hot and cold food and drinks.
Entrance to the event will be charged at adults £5, children (5 – 15 years) £1, under 5 go FREE and most of the activities are free.
Find out more by calling 0121 749 4100.