An Axminster History Society Talk
Think of Devon and you are likely to have an image as a county of orchards and cider. But historically this was by no means always the case, in truth Devon presented many challenges to the growing of fruit. Author Michael Gee explains how special circumstances enabled ale-drinking Devon to become a cider county in Tudor and Stuart times. All Welcome. £2

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