|Ellis and Helen make a good team using the scratter to crush the apples|
After pressing the juice, we essentially just gave it away to anyone who was passing or working on the other allotments. This seemed to go down well!
|Pete enjoys a taste of our apple juice.|
|Hugh liked the juice so much he took some home for later.|
Well done to Helen and Ellis, who basically did all the hard work as Tracey swanned around passing out the pressed juice. Jools wasn't able to come in today, so we saved her some.
|Helen finds even more melons than we thought we had.|
We also harvested all the shark's fin melons, as a frost was forecast. After the session, we took some of the best ones over to the Chinese Welfare Association. They were delighted to get them, but told us that the ones grown in China are 3 times the size of ours!
|The Chinese Community were pleased with the melons and promise us the recipe for making them into soup.|
|NUSA pupils getting the juice going.|
Thank you again to the Dig In Community Allotment for lending us the apple press and scratter.