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EADT Business Award Winners: Business of the Year 2014

Posted on 11th Jul 2014 by Barry Chevallier Guild in Cyder House


Last night Aspall was surrounded by the best local businesses at the ceremony for the East Anglian Daily Times Business Awards at Trinity Park in Ipswich.
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The beginning of Cyder making at Aspall

Posted on 26th Mar 2014 by Barry Chevallier Guild in 1728-2028


Our family has been growing apples to make cyder here at Aspall Hall since 1728. As being one of the UK’s ten oldest companies, we have diaries, newspaper articles and photos spanning eight generations in the Aspall archive.
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The Aspall apple orchards

Posted on 8th Jan 2014 by Barry Chevallier Guild in 1728-2028


Our apple orchards were originally planted by Clement Chevallier in 1728 and are still blossoming today: the natural source for cyders and vinegars of unrivalled quality and excellence.
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The longest-standing Soil Association symbol holders

Posted on 15th Feb 2013 by Barry Chevallier Guild in 1728-2028


Aspall has a nearly 70 year association with the Soil Association and were recently honoured at the Soil Association Conference by Chief Executive, Helen Browning, for being organic pioneers and longest-standing Soil Association symbol holders.
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Earl Kitchener

Posted on 2nd Feb 2012 by Barry Chevallier Guild in Cyder House


Earl Kitchener is our first cousin, three-times removed. Of course, officially known as Earl Kitchener of Aspall and Khartoum, he drank Aspall Cyder in the heat of India and the deserts of the Sudan.
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