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Tattenhall Cricket Club's May Bank Holiday Beer & Gin Festival

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Bank Holiday Weekend 25-27 May 2018
Friday 25th May (6pm — midnight)

With a wide variety of fabulous local Cheshire beers and popular gins to sample and enjoy, the weekend festival begins with live music from local band Highfrequency, a bar-b-que (6.30pm — 8.30pm) and a marque (for the entire weekend) in the outstanding setting of the Flacca field. In addition to the entertainment and refreshments several outdoor games will be available in the form of skittles, boules, snakes & ladders, dominoes, connect 4 and jenga.

What a great way to start the bank holiday with warm, friendly company at Tattenhall Cricket Club's Beer & Gin festival in the most beautiful corner of Cheshire.

Tickets are £5 per person which includes 5 tokens. 1 token buys a half pint of beer or 3 tokens per gin & tonic. All drinks to be bought with tokens with plenty more available to buy on the evening.

Please print your ticket(s) and bring with you to collect your tokens. Children welcome

Saturday 26th May (3pm — midnight)

With the same wide selection of beers and gins available as Friday the festival continues at 3pm. Tattenhall 1st team will be playing local rivals Christleton so why not join the usual cricket crowd and make the most of the refreshments in the beautiful setting of the Flacca. Food will be available from 7pm — 9pm with the evening continuing until midnight.

Tickets are £5 per person which includes 5 tokens. 1 token buys a half pint of beer or 3 tokens per gin & tonic. All drinks to be bought with tokens with plenty more available to buy on the day.
Please print your ticket(s) and bring with you to collect your tokens. Children welcome

Sunday 27th May (1pm — 11pm)

The festival continues into Sunday starting with an afternoon for the family from 1pm — 6pm where an inflatable assault course for the energetic and face painting for young / all ages will be on hand, plus a variety of sporting games supervised by club members. A bar-b-que will again be available from 4pm — 6pm and the evening will continue until 11pm. The same fabulous variety of beers and gins will be served, so why not continue the bank holiday break with warm friendly company down at the Flacca.

Tickets are £5 per person which includes 5 tokens. 1 token buys a half pint of beer or 3 tokens per gin & tonic. All drinks to be bought with tokens with plenty more available to buy on the day.
Please print your ticket(s) and bring with you to collect your tokens. Children welcome.

CLICK HERE for ticket sales.

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