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AND ALL FOR CHARITY ... TATTENHALL BEER FESTIVAL

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Tattenhall's Annual Charity Beer Festival weekend is under way in the Barbour Institute from 12 October.

This year's selection of cask ales may surprise some of you and the local foods will be as popular as ever, of that we are sure.

At least 35 local businesses have supported us this year, and for that we thank you.

We have treats galore, some terrific raffle prizes donated by our local businesses, great music, the ever-popular Faces Quiz and much more.

So, if you still need tickets, then they are available on the door.

A few reminders ...

  • Friday 12th and Saturday 13th October 2018 from 6pm
  • Barbour Institute, High Street, Tattenhall
  • For the second consecutive year, Redrow Homes are our principal sponsors and we thank them for their continued support and generosity.
  • Our 3 nominated charities are The Neuro-Muscular Centre, Chester Aid to the Homeless and Breast Cancer NOW.

We look forward to seeing you all for a great weekend of fun and laughter whilst supporting 3 very worthy causes.

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