Yes. Please. The more people we get, the more fun we'll have, and the more cider we'll make.
It's really worth saying that I (who knows ever so little more than nothing about making cider) think that there's two (possibly three) main stages:
1) (if we say there's three parts) Making local contacts, getting all the right skills on board, and finding a good cause to donate a press to
2) pressing day. I'm a bit of a dreamer, but I imagine this as a massive all day party (with a bit of wholesome hard work that hopefully will be so much fun that it won't seem like work)
3) brewing, waiting, drinking
I think (and again, let's stress that I've read about 10 pages of an idiot's guide to cidermaking) that stage (2) will be the biggest and best part, and hopefully will be a lot of fun even if you don't like cider........
.......so rally round, good people of SE1. I'm sure there's fun to be had here, and it's anybody's cider who wants to get involved. (I also imagine that a day pressing apples would be great fun for energetic youngsters. It'd do yours good Sarah, to have a day off from the chimneys and coalmines, wouldn't it? ;0))
Excellent Jon. I'll be there 6:30 to 7:30 (at which point I'll turn into someone who's a bit tipsy but trying hard to play bridge), but I'm sure Tharg, Ms Jo, and the rest of the scurvy crew will be waving their cutlasses and dancing the hornpipe until a little later than that.