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Art and Aspall at the Aldeburgh Festival

Posted on 26th Jun 2014 in Events


Orford Ness is an abandoned former military site, used throughout most of the 20th century for top secret experiments. Now a nature reserve owned by the National Trust, it remains one of Britain’s most mysterious and bleak locations, in no small part because is still littered with unexploded devices and debris.
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HSBC Global Connections Competition

Posted on 20th Jun 2014 in Events


When you get summoned to the Tower of London, you could be forgiven for thinking that you are in trouble. But Barry and Henry Chevallier Guild and Aspall Managing Director Des Smith had reason to be proud as they were invited to the Tower as finalists for the prestigious HSBC Global Connections Competition for the East and South of England.
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Books and cyder - the perfect match!

Posted on 18th Jun 2014 by Polly Robinson in Events


This year's Stoke Newington Literary Festival took place from 4 to 6 June.
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Guild of Food Writers Awards

Posted on 16th Jun 2014 in Events


The Guild of Food Writers Awards celebrates excellence in the field of food writing and broadcasting. Aspall were thrilled to support the Michael Smith Award for Work on British Food.
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My 5 stand out ciders from Minneapolis Cider Week

Posted on 12th Jun 2014 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Henry's Travels


Minneapolis might seem like an unlikely place for a cider week, but after attending this year I can confirm that this is the wrong assumption to make. The Twin Cities have a vibrant and exciting cider market, enjoying a massive surge in interest and popularity and cider week provided the opportunity to sample more than 1 or 2...
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Dispatches from a Mid West Cider Revolution – Minneapolis Cider Week

Posted on 11th Jun 2014 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Henry's Travels


I’ve just spent a week drinking cider in Minnesota. My life is tough. Target destination was the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St Paul, which have always held a place in my heart after I spent a summer here 2 decades ago working for the food giant Pillsbury.
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