Apple pie bake off in fruity afternoon organised by Big Worle

PUBLISHED: 19:00 07 October 2016

Ruby Blake, aged seven, was overall winner with her toffee apple cheesecake - runners ups Anne Skinner and Sue Bennett with their apple pies. Picture: Jeremy Long.

Ruby Blake, aged seven, was overall winner with her toffee apple cheesecake - runners ups Anne Skinner and Sue Bennett with their apple pies. Picture: Jeremy Long.

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An apple-themed afternoon took place in Worle at the weekend.

MalKi Baker 4 and Lily Weeks 11 pressing apples with the help of Bob Clifton. Picture: Jeremy Long.MalKi Baker 4 and Lily Weeks 11 pressing apples with the help of Bob Clifton. Picture: Jeremy Long.

Community project Big Worle organised an array of fruity activities at its hub in Clovelly Road.

Families made their own apple juice and had a go at bobbing for apples. People also took apple pies along for judging.

Children made badges, created apple art and had their faces painted.

The event gave people a chance to have their say on what they want to see happen in Worle.

Big Worle is organising a planting day at Castle Batch Community Centre in Bishop Avenue tomorrow (Saturday) from 2-4pm.

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