Join Dan Kelly's Cider on Saturday, 1st and Sunday, 2nd May for their 8th Apple Blossom Walk (and second virtual one), live from Boyne Grove Fruit Farm in Drogheda.
While they may not be able to open to the public due to Covid-19, they can still show you the orchard in full bloom through the world wide web! As always, this annual event is in aid of SOSAD Ireland and Drogheda Homeless Aid
Starting Saturday, 1st May at 12pm there will be a live tractor tour through the orchards that the whole family can enjoy.
Then on Sunday, 2nd May, Olan McNeece of Dan Kelly’s Cider, will be live from the orchard at 2pm to answer all your questions, but he’ll need your help.
Dan Kelly's Cider are asking the public to leave any questions they would like in the comments of the event on Facebook (HERE). They'll even pick a winner from all the questions to receive a box of our cider! Maybe you’d like to know how many varieties of apple trees they have, the importance of bees, their different products and more?
Later then on Sunday evening they will showcase their orchard from above with breathtaking drone footage from the orchard.
This year, as people won’t be able to donate in person, they are asking people to donate directly to Drogheda Homeless Aid and the SOSAD Organisation through https://gofund.me/02215c7c Even more so than ever before, they need donations to help them keep up the fantastic work that they are doing.