Children enjoyed their first school trip with a visit to an applery.
The 16 pupils from the reception class at the Federation of St. John's primary and Pott Shrigley Primary School took along a crop of apples from their own trees to the Random Apple Company based in Rainow.
The children then washed, crushed and pressed some of the apples into juice.
The class also enjoyed some homemade apple cake, had a nature walk and coloured in some farmyard pictures.
The children responded to an appeal for unwanted apples by Sarah Simpson from The Random Apple Company.
In return Sarah offered to make it into delicious apple juice, bottle it and give back half. The rest is sold in local shops.
The applery has been holding pressing days and has more plans for October 17 and 24.
Sarah, 31, said: “We all had a brilliant time and turned their applies into some delicious juice.Thanks to their hard work we have now exceeded our one tonne target of apples pressed and there’s still plenty out there.”
To learn what to do with your unwanted apples visit Sarah’s website swanscoe.co.uk