The annual apple day held at Gunby Hall and Gardens proved to be extra ‘a-peel-ing’ this year - with a record number of visitors going.
Some 850 people enjoyed the various activities and displays last Sunday - which included 50 varieties of apples to sample, trade and craft stalls, and apple pressing. Visitors were also able to eat some apple-based treats at the on-site café including apple shortbread.
Experts were also on hand to look at ‘mystery’ apples brought in from visitors’ gardens - to see if they could be identified.
Astrid Gatenby, visitor experience manager at Gunby Hall, said: “‘It was our busiest day of the year so far. It was a really lovely day with apples galore and miles of smiles.”
Gunby Hall is located on the A158 between Spilsby and Skegness, off the Gunby roundabout.
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