North Cotswold CAMRA Beer and Cider Festival at Moreton in Marsh

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Friday 26th September – Sunday 28th September 2008 – Moreton-in-Marsh Cricket Club Ground, Batsford Road, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire.
The first North Cotswold CAMRA Beer and Cider Festival will be showcasing a mixture of fine local ales and ciders as well as beers from across the country.

CAMRA logoNorth Cotswold CAMRAThe North Cotswold branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is celebrating becoming a full branch in December 2007 of the CAMRA South West Region, previously having been a sub-branch in Gloucestershire since being formed in the 1970s, and are now spreading the word to new and old beer drinkers in the Cotswolds.

There will also be soft drinks and food available and the Cricket Club has provided musical entertainment for the Friday and Saturday evenings.
Camping and Caravan facilities are available for those who wish to enjoy their drink and not have to worry about driving home and the location is just 5 minutes walk away from Moreton-in-Marsh Train Station.

The festival starts on Friday at 6.00pm until 11.00pm. Saturday from Noon until 11.00 and Sunday from Noon until 3.00pm ( if supplies last )

Admission will cost £3.00 throughout Friday, £2.00 before 6.00pm on Saturday and £3.00 after 6.00pm.
Entry will be free on Sunday. CAMRA members will be admitted free on all days.

Source: North Cotswold CAMRA

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