Vis­i­tors help to cel­e­brate the har­vest at Sacrewell

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - The Week In Pictures -

The smell of toasted marsh­mal­lows, baked bread and real ale greeted vis­i­tors to the Sacrewell Har­vest Fes­ti­val at the week­end, as more than 900 peo­ple dropped by to cel­e­brate with the team. Work­ing with food pro­duc­ers, coun­try­side crafters and other char­i­ties in the area, the vis­i­tor cen­tre put on a feast for the senses to cel­e­brate the har­vest and ed­u­cate peo­ple about where their food comes from. Live mu­sic was per­formed by Pen­ny­less, Ge­orge Lin­ton, The D’Ukes of Rut­land and Fruitenty Band, as vis­i­tors tucked into ap­ple juice pressed by Stam­ford Or­chard Group and baked bread on site in the cen­tre’s multi-award win­ning wa­ter­mill and bakery. Events and pro­gram­ming of­fi­cer Jack Pish­horn said: “It’s great to see so many peo­ple help­ing us to cel­e­brate the har­vest in this way.” Pho­tos: David Lown­des

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