Thousands of people descended on Richhill on Friday night and throughout today (Saturday) for the fifth annual celebration of the PGI protected Armagh Bramley Apple.
The Richhill Apple Harvest Fayre, which began in 2014 as a celebration of the PGI protected Armagh Bramley Apple, attracts people from across Northern Ireland, and further afield, who come to the village to celebrate the Orchard County.
And it’s a fayre that has been growing ever popular in the few years it has been running, with the organisers opting to extend the festivities over five days, with the culmination of the celebrations on the last Saturday of October.
Those who attended were also treated to a spectacular fireworks display – which was organised and hosted by Richhill Methodist Church – as well as a host of festivities through the weekend.
Photos courtesy of Airwolf Visual Ltd (County Armagh based aerial and ground media solutions).
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