Posted: 23/07/2015 at 07:15
Check out the National Trust Apple Days http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/article-1355803506658/ They usually have someone who will have a go at identifying your apples for you if you take a few apples and leaves. Other organisations hold apple days in the autumn too, so Google and see what's on in your area
It's early yet to know what colour the apples are going to be - the greener ones may just be later ripeners.
The best way to find out whether your apples are cookers or eaters is by trial and error - your apples are ripe when you can lift the apple and with a slight twist it comes away - then try eating it raw, cooking with it using different types of recipe - some apples are fluffy when they're cooked, and they're good for purees, baked apples, apple sauce etc, whereas some hold their shape and they're good for pies and tarts.
Try storing a few - some apples are better after they've been stored a while https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=595
It's possible that the varieties you have will have been chosen to be in the same pollination group as each other, to ensure a good crop, so that may help narrow down the search a bit.
There's a hugh number of varieties http://www.orangepippintrees.co.uk/search.aspx