By Haddenham Webteam - 8th June 2015 5:00pm
Sharpen your taste buds, dust off your dancing shoes and remind all your friends and neighbours that the next edition of the UK's favourite (and possibly largest) 1-day beer festival is set to happen on Saturday 4th July 2015.
Summerfest 2015 — the Haddenham Beer Festival.
This year there are even more barrels of beer (real ales and real lager) plus lots of Cider. And if you are not into beer then try one of our great gin-based punches, Pimms or wine, there is plenty to choose from. Plus, of course, a wonderful range of non-alcoholic refreshments for everyone to enjoy.
With lots of activities for children too, this all adds up to a wonderful family-friendly event.
There will be live bands all day — from 11.00am right through until 9.00pm when we close, and visitors can also enjoy a massive variety of food and other entertainment.
Entrance is just £5.00 in advance or £6.00 on the door.
Our huge marquees provide safe options for all the flavours of British weather but we've booked a lovely sunny day, so come and join us in the grounds of Haddenham Junior School, in Woodways.
Haddenham Beer Festivals aim to give you a great day out whilst raising money for the local community and with an average on £30,000 raised at the Summerfest we are looking for you to enjoy yourself, bring along your family and friends, have a few beers and help us break the £40,000 mark.
Tickets can be obtained from all the usual local sources, including Blooming Fruity, Haddenham Garden Centre, all our village pubs, Hewitts barbers, and the Sports & Social Club in Haddenham. Plus, The Thatch, The James Figg, The Cross Keys and the Town Hall in Thame; The Hop Pole in Aylesbury; and the Seven Stars in Dinton.
In the two weeks leading up to and during the festival we will also have Summerfest Radio on 87.9FM and throughout the world via the internet at Summerfestradio.co.uk
All the news and updates, visit www.summerfest.org.uk
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