Yeo Valley Lions enjoy beer festival

PUBLISHED: 19:00 07 July 2016

Yeo Valley Lions' annual beer festival.

Yeo Valley Lions' annual beer festival.


Villagers in Claverham turned out to enjoy some fine beers in aid of good causes at the Yeo Valley Lions Club’s annual beer festival.

The three-day event took place at Claverham Village Hall, in Bishops Road, from Friday to Sunday and featured a selection of unusual beers, including new craft beers from small breweries and a range of ciders.

This was the Lions’ 14th beer festival and more than £60,000 has been raised by the events for charities in the past 13 years.

Lions member Barry Straughton said: “It went really well. The weather was kind to us, attendance was good and it was much enjoyed.”

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