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Various residents have been asking for the dates of the annual 2019 Tattenhall Charity Beer Festival.

Following last year's record outcome, when we raised £3900 for our three designated charities, the Beer Festival Committee has decided to take a well-earned rest.

Staggering as it may seem, over the last 5 years, the Tattenhall Beer Festival Committee has raised +£15,000 — yes, over FIFTEEN THOUSAND POUNDS, for charity.

We have supported Macmillan, OPAL (twice), Claire House Children's Hospice, The British Lung Foundation, The Children's Society, North West Air Ambulance, Save the Family, Mind for better mental health, The Neuro-Muscular Centre, Chester Aid to the Homeless and Breast Cancer NOW.

This amount is absolutely amazing and is testimony to the commitment of our local businesses and to you, the community, who have supported this premier fund-raising event since it began back in 2005 (yes, we still have that Souvenir Programme)!

If you are interested in taking up the baton in the future, then email Andrew

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