This year’s appealing event is back for 2018 on Sunday, October 21 from 11am- 4pm.
There are also lots of activities and entertainment on offer with a wildlife display, a sheepdog and duck display featuring ‘some of the best stunt ducks in the business’, a magic show with illusions and circus skills, and live music.
It is a celebration of country living with food, arts, crafts, and of course apples, with plenty of different stalls to browse!
Cllr Sarah-Jayne Gallagher, Bedford Borough Council’s portfolio holder for leisure and culture said: “Apple Day is a fantastic local event, and with plenty to do, see and try it’s sure to be a great day out for all.”
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Entry into Apple Day is £5 for adults and £3 for children.
Bromham Park is managing and operating a car park at the cost of £3 per car, adjacent to the Bromham Mill and Gallery site.