The Golden Fire project will celebrate through the lives, stories and recollections of the people who have made the county the ‘cider capital’ of the UK. Working with members of the community from across the County, Golden Fire will identify, conserve, collate, enhance and interpret the artefacts, archive, stories and records of Herefordshire’s cider industry over the last sixty years. For further info click on the link below.
A strong roster of events and the launch of the Three Counties Jean Nowell Bursary Scheme were announced at the AGM of the Three Counties Cider & Perry Association in mid-January. The year-long events programme kicks off with a Q&A with Gordon Johncox, CEO of Aston Manor and chair of the National Association of Cider […]
The inaugural CraftCon, a conference on craft cidermaking, will take place at Pershore College on Friday 5 April. One of the key projects for 2019 announced at the recent AGM of the Three Counties Cider & Perry Association, the meeting will put the art and skill of craft cidermaking centre stage. Confirmed speakers in this full-day […]