Hundreds sip pints at Gorefield Beer Festival 2018
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Hundreds enjoyed a pint at this year’s three-day Gorefield Beer Festival near Wisbech.
There was plenty to choose from at the annual village event as 30 real ales, three craft lagers and 11 ciders were on offer.
Nick Turner, spokesman for the festival, said: “The festival went very well, it was well supported and the bands were fantastic.”
Live music was performed by The Fascinettes, Malachai – who is now retiring and performed his final gig at the beer festival, The Cherry Reds and on Saturday the headliners were Donnybrook Fair.
Event attendees also watched the England World Cup game against Sweden on the big projection screen in one of the tents.
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Nick added: “There were a lot of campers this year; people were saying that they can’t wait for next year already.
“Thank you to all who came and supported the event.”
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The money raised at this year’s festival will go towards the maintenance of the children’s play equipment at Gorefield Playing Field.
The total raised is currently being counted.