EVERYTHING you could possibly think of to do with apples is likely to take place at Trowbridge Park on Saturday with the town's apple festival.

From 11am, there will be apple juicing and pressing, a longest peel competition, apple bobbing and tasting, an apple bike bake off, apple cooking and a giant marble run with apples, among other things.

Trowbridge Arts will be putting on an arts and crafts event, there will be live music, cider on sale, conkers, stalls and much more up until 4pm.

And Bob Flowerdew, a panel member with BBC Radio 4’s Gardeners’ Question Time, will be there from 1.30pm and he will give a ticketed talk from 3-4pm about organic fruit and vegetables.

One of the organisers, Mel Jacob, said: "We are aiming for a small but fun event which celebrates harvest time in lots of fun family friendly ways as well as some expert advice for the seasoned gardeners out there.

"Apart from Mr Flowerdew's talk, the rest of the activities are all free and lots to do for all ages from making apple juice to building a giant marble run for apples.

"We have been collecting apples from around the area to use for the activities but people can bring their own apples along to juice too."

Tickets to see Mr Flowerdew's talk cost £4 and to book visit www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/no-work-gardening-with-bob-flowerdew-tickets-38059823958