Cricket club cider fest

PUBLISHED: 20:57 03 June 2015

The beer and cider festival is this weekend (Pixabay).

The beer and cider festival is this weekend (Pixabay).


BEERS and ciders will be on sale until the bar runs dry this weekend.

The third mini beer and cider festival returns to Cleeve Cricket Club from Friday to Sunday, with entry being free and the drinks on offer for just £2 a pint.

On the opening night the bar will be open from 6.30-11pm, with live music and a barbecue.

The bar will reopen at 2pm, coinciding with Cleeve First XI hosting Timbury CC and the village fair.

A T20 cricket match will start at 1pm on June 7. The bar will open then and will remain open until all the beer has been sold.

The festival will take place at the cricket club at the King George V Playing Fields off Main Road.

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