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Celebrating 70 years with the Soil Association

Posted on 1st Sep 2016 by Henry Chevallier Guild in 1728-2028

Whenever I asked my Grandmother about the early days of The Soil Association, conversation would often turn to Lady Eve Balfour, an inspiring character whom Granny would often describe as a “true warrior”.
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Aspall Press Opening September 29th 2015

Posted on 15th Oct 2015 by Henry Chevallier Guild in 1728-2028

It’s not until you look back that you realise just how far you have come. I know, bit of an obvious statement, but there are times when the circumstance of the reflection adds a great deal of weight and clarity to the perspective.
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Aspall Scoops Family Business Award 2015

Posted on 9th Aug 2015 by Henry Chevallier Guild in 1728-2028

​Over the years, we have been proud to be both recommended for and to receive many awards for our products. It’s not quite as often that we are shortlisted for business awards, so we were thrilled to be shortlisted for the Family Business Awards of the Year 2015 for both East Anglian business and Food & Drink Business.
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MD, Des Smith wins Director of the Year at the EADT Business Awards 2015

Posted on 10th Jul 2015 in 1728-2028

The East Anglian Daily Times Business Awards is an annual celebration of Suffolk businesses. In 2014 we won Family Business of the Year as well as overall Business in the Year and this year we returned to tell the Aspall story as well as to pick up another award.
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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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