29th Cambridge Beer Festival

Jesus Green

Monday 20th - Saturday 25th May 2002

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Organised by the Campaign for Real Ale, Cambridge & District Branch

www.camra.org.uk/cambridge


The Festival will be officially opened by George Bateman
followed by the announcement of the Branch Pub of the Year 2002.

We gratefully acknowledge sponsorship from:

Cambridge News, Internet Gateway to Mid-Anglia
Publishers of the Cambridge Evening News


Bacchanalia
the beer and wine shops
Jug & Firkin, Mill Road
Bacchanalia, Victoria Road

[Cambridge City Council logo]
Cambridge City Council - Parks & Recreation


Volunteers wanted!

The Festival is staffed entirely by volunteers.
If you'd like to help out, whether just for a few hours one evening or throughout the week, you will be most welcome.
Help for the set-up and clear-away will be particularly appreciated.

The Staffing Officer is Paul Treadaway (contact details).
If you're interested, please fill in the Staffing Form.
The printed edition of ALE 305 also has a form.

As a volunteer you get cheap beer and free meals.

We desperately need more staff!


How to get to Jesus Green

See our Links page and in particular the Jesus Green section - this includes info on car & cycle parking and on goods access.


Opening hours

Mon:
5pm-10.30pm (trade session 4-5pm)
Tue-Fri:
11am-3pm, 5pm-10.30pm
Sat:
11am-10.30pm
Last entry 10.00pm.

Admission: 2.50 after 6pm
Free for CAMRA and CURAS members with card
Concessions for designated drivers

Due to the nature of the venue, anyone with unsuitable or unsafe footwear will be refused entry. This includes bare feet or rollerskates.

For further information about the Festival, please contact the organiser, Shaun Marsh.


Beers, ciders, perries, wines & food

See ALE No. 306: 29th Cambridge Beer Festival, the programme for the Festival.


Cambridge & District CAMRA
Page last updated 10-May-2002