When it comes to apples, Eccleston is the place to go. Every year, with fail, the humble town gathers fruit addicts from around the world to partake in a bevy of wonderful events, in the celebration of one of the world's most basic fruits - the apple.
The day's festivities include such mouth-watering events as "identification of apples and pears", "looking at local pears", and if you thought that was a slightly irrelevant addition to the day wait until you get your chance to "make and fly a kite!".
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