Thank you very much to the Exmouth Journal’s Paul Strange for his review of this year’s Scrumpstock:
Also, Meredith Collins posted a review on her blog Along Came a Cider, as she was luckily visiting the UK from America at the right time.
You can scroll down for more information and individual links or it’s all here linked from my Scrumpstock PR board on Pinterest
Here is a review on Along Came a Cider’s blog from Meredith Collins in the USA.
Piece in Exeter Living on page 16.
Plus a listing in Exeter Living‘s Spring edition on page 32.
Latest release (due out in print press on Thursday) is on:
Family activities at Scrumpstock in the press:
Plus an off-shoot South West News.
The first press release went out in March via:
Then the piece: Core! It’s a Cider Festival in Exmouth appeared across the newspaper group containing:
The Pirate Attack website have included a listing on their events and festivals page.
The October issue of Exeter Life magazine will contain a by-lined article (by me) on real Devon cyders.
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