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By Haddenham Webteam - 26th June 2015 10:15pm
Summerfest, Haddenham's famous beer festival, takes place on Saturday 4th July 2015.
It takes a large team of volunteers to make this wonderful fundraising event happen, and new helpers are needed, please.
There is a wide range of practical tasks to be carried out before, during and after the event, so please don't be put off if you can't help on the actual day.
Extra pairs of hands are required in the 'setting up' phase on Friday 3rd July, and with the 'taking down' activities on Sunday 5th July.
And on the day of Summerfest itself, further assistance is needed to staff the Reception desk, and to help with a pint-pulling session, serving behind one of the bars.
If you're able to help, please get in touch as soon as possible with Beer Festivals Trust Chairman, Chris Young (Tel: 01844 290269 or Email: Chrisyoung65@gmail.com) or Workforce Co-ordinator Pete Harris (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
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