Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Ashley Epps - 3rd August 2016 10:45am
Haddenham residents are well aware of the fun to be had at a Beer Festival. So many will be pleased to learn about the return of the Aylesbury Beer Festival on Friday 28th and Saturday 29th October, raising money for the Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity.
This popular event will offer real ale fans the chance to sample new local beers, as well as award-winning ales and ciders from further afield, whilst raising vital funds for the Hospice.
With all ales and ciders on offer having been carefully vetted and quality controlled by Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity in conjunction with the experts at CAMRA, you can be confident that you won't leave feeling bitter!
In addition, there will be delicious food on offer: Friday Festival-goers will enjoy a barbecue courtesy of the Aylesbury Lions, and the Saturday event will welcome for the very first time the King's Farm Shop, Wendover, who will bring with them a range of delicious gourmet sausages in both traditional and gourmet flavours. There will also be live music on the Saturday!
The Festival will be held at the Bucks CC Sports and Social Club, Lower Road, Stoke Mandeville. Bucks, HP21 9DR.
The Friday event (28th October) will run from 6pm — 11pm
Saturday's event (29th October) will run from 11am — 11pm.
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