An autumnal feast is on offer at a Norfolk orchard this month. 

The seasonal celebration is coming to the historic grounds at All Hallows Orchard in Ditchingham next Saturday.

Visitors will be able to press their own apples from the orchard into juice before enjoying a three-course meal of locally sourced dishes. 

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Beccles & Bungay Journal: Visitors can make their own apple juice with apples from the orchardVisitors can make their own apple juice with apples from the orchard (Image: Emmaus)Live music and other activities will be available throughout the day including fairy wand-making for children. 

The event will be hosted by homelessness charity Emmaus in anticipation of its refectory opening at the site next year. 

The charity provides a home for as long as is needed, support and meaningful work opportunities for homeless people.

The event will run on October 21 from 11am to 3pm at Emmaus House at Belsey Bridge in Ditchingham.