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Organisers of Summerfest, the world's best beer festival, are selling takeaway beer!

The beer festival team has been looking at how they can continue to raise funds for local good causes after having to cancel Summerfest 2020 and so are going to be selling takeaway beer, cider and perry on Bank Holiday Friday, 8th May.

Order via our website and collect from Haddenham Village Hall on Friday 8th May between 2pm and 5pm.

Social distancing will be strictly observed at all times for everyone's safety (please enter via the Main Entrance and exit through the Walter Rose Room).

Stocks are limited, so orders will be first come first served online.

Please share this information and help continue the efforts of the Haddenham Beer Festivals Trust in its ongoing support of charities, clubs and organisation in and around Haddenham.

Many thanks to the Russell Arms of Butlers Cross for donating the beer.

Cheers!

Website: www.haddenham-beer-festival.co.uk/

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