A TOWN has been celebrating its annual Apple Day with juicy treats for shoppers and visitors.
Apple Day was celebrated on the Delph public square on Friday and Saturday, and welcome apples such as William Crumps and Ashmead Kernels to taste, along with a wealth of interesting apple facts.
Kate Allies, environmental development manager at South Derbyshire District Council, said: “Apple Day is about celebrating local diversity. It is a way of promoting the wonderful variety of apples available in this country and also enables us to learn a little more about the benefits they bring.”
The council’s environmental education project also invited schools to celebrate Apple Day with a visit to Rosliston Forestry Centre.