A beer festival is returning to a South Ribble park in early June.Advertisement
Cuerden Valley Beer Festival runs from Friday (1 June) through to Sunday (3 June).
Taking place within the walled orchard at the park the bar is open from 6pm on Friday and from 1pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Four sessions take place with Friday evening, Saturday afternoon (1-6), Saturday evening (7 until midnight) and Sunday afternoon.
Children are not allowed on Friday evening or Saturday evening.
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More than 20 beers will be on tap, alongside hot food and live music.
Entrance is £15 for each session, £17 for the two Saturday sessions if bought together. This includes a limited edition commemorative glass, £10 beer voucher and a programme.
Sunday tickets are £4 but no beer voucher included.
Organisers say after consultation with South Ribble Police they are unable to issue and use commemorative glasses during the festival, instead they will be available for collection from the visitor centre from Monday (4 June).
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Tickets are available online via the Ticket Tailor website.
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