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Minster Lovell Beer Festival and Village Day

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Wash Meadow
Minster Lovell
Oxfordshire
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Join us on August Bank Holiday Sunday for a selection of cask ales, ciders, wines and prosecco as well as soft drinks, BBQ, cakes and teas at this picturesque riverside setting on the banks of the beautiful River Windrush. There'll be music, children's rides, duck races and a variety of stalls raising money for village organisations. Keep up to date with plans on Facebook events Minster Lovell Beer Festival.

12 noon onwards Bank Holiday Sunday 27th August 2017

Minster Lovell Sports and Social Club
Wash Meadow
Old Minster Minster Lovell
Oxon
OX29 0RN
Telephone: 07946629686
Contact name: A Henshall

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