Tag Archive for 'St. Andrew’s Apple Day'

St Andrew’s and Guernsey’s big apple bonanza

October 3rd, 2010 by Richard Lord

James Meller of Rocquette Cider received almost 8000 kgs. of apples from Guernsey residents, who brought them to St. Andrew’s Apple Day in carrier bags or supermarket boxes.  Rocquette Cider paid 13 pence per kilo or paid in cider for good quality apples received.

Floral Guernsey celebrates St Andrew’s Apple Day

September 28th, 2010 by Events

In celebration of St. Andrew’s Apple Day The Guernsey Cider Company which produces Rocquette Cider will be purchasing apples off the public (or swapping apples for cider) between 11 am and 3 pm on Sunday 3rd October in the Blanchelande College Grounds.

Cider Orchard Walks

September 27th, 2010 by Events

During St. Andrew’s Apple Day there will be a cider orchard walk beginning from Blanchelande College memorial gate (Rue Fraires next to Froome crane hire) to the Rocquette cider orchard.  The cost is £4.00 per person and includes free tasting.  Tickets are available from the Information Centre Tel: 723552 or email: a.hw(at)clara.co.uk For more information […]