In celebration of the humble British apple, hoards of visitors turned up at Jeacock’s Orchard on Tring’s Cow Lane in the October sunshine.
The annual event hosted a variety of medieval and fruit-themed activities, including moth catching, a sheep shearing and wool display and traditional crafts.
Organiser Martin Hicks said: “We had 30 varieties of apples for sale, as well as plums and pears. I sold all 140 bottles of my apple juice.”
Dunsley Farm Shop sold out of their famous Tring Clangers – a pasty with meat one end and apple the other.
Martin said: “It was thoroughly successful – what more could you want except fine weather, mad sheep and peasants? And we had those too!”