IT'S harvest time and there are dozens of opportunities to find out about orchards at events around Devon.
People are being invited to Bradninch to have a go at turning apples into juice.
The Common Players are bringing their mobile apple press Pomona to Bradninch Manor on Saturday.
There will also be other events for people to try their hand at including archery and a test-your-strength machine.
Devon Arts In Schools Initiative will lead a performance of a short outdoor apple play.
Gates are open from 10am 4pm and admission is £2 for adults and £1 for children.
At Killerton on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm the orchards will be a hive of activity, with tonnes of apples being harvested for pressing into cider and apple juice.
Months of cider-making on the National Trust estate culminates in a family festival to mark National Apple Day.
Charges for the apple day are £5 per family, £2 per adult and £1 per child. National Trust members and under fives free.