The Haddenham Beer Festival will be held for the fourth year running on the first full weekend of July in the pavilion and on the recreation ground in Haddenham. Starting on Friday the 6th with an evening of music, a full day’s events for all the family on the Saturday, and a day of traditional family games on the Sunday.
There will be plenty of chance to try the 60+ beers and ciders, plus Pimms, Prosecco and Ely Gin on sale, as well as soft drinks, so there really will be something for everyone.
The weekend has become locally famous for its great and at times experimental live music which runs all weekend, including headline spots for Indietones and Modern Vintage, as well as some great new acts and the return of some old favourites.
This year’s bumper selection of food stalls will again cater for all tastes, including pizza, BBQ, a hog roast, fish and chips, Thai, Caribbean, crepes and plenty of ice cream.
The beer festival committee work hard on making the weekend an event for all the family, with much for the kids; this year is no exception with bouncy castles, face painting, children’s entertainers, traditional games, and many more stalls run by village groups to help raise money for their charities.
“The beer festival committee feel really grateful to the families which come each year for helping to raise over £20,000 for local charities and good causes over the last three years” said Toby Bush this year’s chair of the committee, “and this year we are hoping to have an even better year.”
The Haddenham Beer Festival is an event run by volunteers to help raise money and awareness for local good causes, clubs, and charities. The event is held annually over the first weekend in July on the Recreation Ground in the centre of the village, this year’s dates are the 6th – 8th July. Tickets are available in advance at £10 for a weekend pass, 3 beer tokens and a festival glass, or entry on the door is £3 – see website for details.
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