Tenbury festival attracts beer lovers

Visitors to the Festival enjoyed their drinks and the music in spite of the grey skies. Photos: KEITH GLUYAS.

Eddie Bradley enjoys a pint of Otter while Paul Greatwich samples Tribute.

Eddie Bradley enjoys a pint of Otter while Paul Greatwich samples Tribute.

Adam Connolly, Gareth Thomas, Ken Price and Peter Mortimer all enjoy a glass of local Robinsons Cider.

Jessie Prentice, Tom Ward and Samuel Read of Working Progress entertain visitors to the festival. 1429_52005

Paartthurnax entertain the crowds at the Rose & Crown. 1429_52006

First published in News

BEER and cider accompanied music during three days of festivities in Burford.

It was the fourth annual Tenbury Beer Festival held at The Rose and Crown.

The festival began on Friday evening and continued throughout the weekend.

Enthusiasts of beer and cider were joined by families to have a good time and enjoy some great brews.

Festival fans were also entertained by a range of music.

The festival, that started four years ago, is one of the main attractions of the summer in the town and increases the number of people that visit it.

At the heart of the three day event are a range of brews that go down well to help keep people cool during the height of the summer in July.

The Rose and Crown stages a number of events throughout the year and during the closure of the Teme Bridge served as an outreach library.

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