FRUITFUL DAY FOR VILLAGERS
PEOPLE flocked to a fruit-themed annual village event at the weekend. Iver’s Apple Day took place on Saturday, at Home Cottage Farm in Bangors Road South.
The annual event is held to celebrate the role that the apple has played in the village’s history.
It is organised by a committee each year for the benefit of the community.
People were able to enjoy a variety of activities including face painting, catapult shooting, a raffle and a Punch and Judy show.
There was also a wide selection of food and drink available.
About 2,000 people attended the weekend event.
WORK TO DO: Jamie Hutchinson, 13, hammering in a nail
HEALTHY DRINK: (Above) Wilf Allen, nine, juicing apples with Neil Jeffers; (right) Pat Hind the farm beekeeper
FARM DIRECTIONS: Rosie Sissons, 10, and Leon Sissons, seven
N-ICE: Lee Hall and Paul Salamone; (below) Sam Carey and Chloe Walker, five, who is getting her face painted
PLENTY ON OFFER: Tony Wingrove selling pumpkins