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Country diary: Yarlington, Somerset

John Vallins spends time at Yarlington Fringe Festival. Yarlington, after which the famous Yarlington Mill cider apple variety is named, is a very small village in a hidden valley, but it attracts great crowds to its Fringe festival.

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Help With Cider Making

I moved to Somerset from last year and since doing so I have become very interested in the craft of Cider and Perry making its not just the end product but its the wonderful variety of apples and pears available … Continue reading

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Helford Creek Cyder

Helford Creek Cyder Originally uploaded by AndyRob I bought this bottle of Helford Creek Cyder in the Costcutter shop at Carnon Downs in Cornwall on the way between Truro and Falmouth. At £3.99 I didn’t know whether to expect a … Continue reading

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Top Five Places for Cider

A California-based travel Website called VirtualTourist.com chose Spain’s Asturias region to top its list of the world’s “Top Five Places for Cider. Cider makers in Asturias embrace showmanship in its pouring rituals, allowing the public to watch as the cider … Continue reading

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