The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
TBF Committee: October 2015
Our terrific 'Tattenhall Beer Festival' kicked off with a capacity crowd last evening and fantastic entertainment throughout.
So, our final day of charity fundraising today!!
We look forward to seeing you at lunchtime today from 12noon — 3pm
tonight, from 7pm.
Apart from the locally sourced 16 beers and 3 ciders, there is so much more to experience.
This year we are also serving Hunters Cheshire Gin, together with wine, soft drinks and, of course, our very own Peckforton Hills Spring Water.
To help soak up all the alcohol (and atmosphere), we are serving a Perfect Ploughman's, comprising local cheeses, apples, chutneys and artisan breads. Also available will be Mrs Coward's pork pies and sausage rolls — and don't forget the pickled eggs!!
Tattenhall Singers will be performing with a melody of songs arranged specifically for the Tattenhall Beer Festival. They will be supported by the Scratch Band, a group of local buskers, back in Tattenhall by popular demand. Finally, having completed a national tour with his band Vynce, Peter Peg will be bring events to a close with a slick solo set.
In all of this, let us keep focus of the real winners. All profits from the Tattenhall Beer Festival will go to our 2 chosen charities — Claire House Children's Hospice and the British Lung Foundation.
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