After the roaring success of the inaugural festival last year, St. Paul’s Church will once again be rolling out the beer kegs to thirsty festival goers on Saturday 22ndJune 2019.
With over 12 different beers and 12 + ciders hand-picked for us by our friends at Three Castles Brewery, there is guaranteed to be something to suit all tastes
But the fun doesn’t begin and end with the beer; There will be scrumptious food served up by the good folk at Dotty’s café and the Friends of Covingham library; live football in the shape of the Women’s World Cup; and new for this year, a kids zone full of outdoor activities (1pm – 4pm only), making this the perfect family summers day out.
Tickets for this fantastic community event are £10 each, to include festival entry, a festival guide and a commemorative glass to take away, can be purchased from The Messenger Pub, Covingham Library or St. Paul’s Church Centre.
The festival is a fundraiser for both the Dorcan Church and Covingham library. The library has had its funding cut. We feel that this is a vital service for the residents of Covingham and would like to see the library thrive for all people in the Community. Reading is so important for younger people and is loved by all ages, it would be such a shame if the library were to close.
On the Sunday evening we will be welcoming a Christian comedian called John White to the church Centre. The doors will open at 7pm with the gig starting at 7.30pm. Tickets are only £3 each with beer, cider and snacks included to help finish off the left overs of the festival.
For more information, contact Chris Smith at Chrissmith247@yahoo.co.uk or 07709 836814