Grizedale Arts


Apple Juicing Day At Coniston Institute Sept. 18

We're running an open-access Apple Juicing Day at Coniston Institute, so do come along - no booking required. We'll be outside near the porch / side entrance.
Tell anyone with an apple or pear tree in their garden!

Tuesday Sept. 18th, from 3pm-7pm

Bring along your own (or scrumped!) apples & bottles & turn that harvest into something to enjoy all autumn and winter. Juice can be drunk fresh, frozen for keeping, or heat-treated at home for a longer shelf life.
Fruit need not be peeled or cored.

A very big press has been hired from the wonderful South Lakeland Orchard Group (who you should join if you're local and have more than a passing interest in fruit) and so we'll be able to juice a lot of fruit and pretty quickly.

As a guide to how much you'll get, 2.5kg of apples = 1 litre of apple juice or 1 large supermarket plastic bag will hold enough apples to make 1 litre of apple juice!

The event is free but we invite contributions to cover equipment hire please.

Researcher-in-residence

Huge thanks to everyone who applied for this post based at Lawson Park recently. The standard of applications was absolutely breathtaking and humbling, to be honest. We are pleased to be welcoming Sean Ketteringham who joins us with a wealth of experience from some of the UK's most interesting museum collections.
From early September he will be documenting and developing the Lawson Park Collection.


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