Published: 16:54, 12 June 2018
It’s time to get on board with the idea of drinking up this weekend as the annual CAMRA Real Ale Festival at Tenterden’s Steam Railway steams in.
The festival at the Kent and East Sussex Railway, brings together some of the best of British, with real ales, ciders and perries, and plenty of steam railway action.
Held on Friday, June 15 and Saturday, June 16, the family-friendly festival will feature a wide range of real ales, ciders and other beverages which will be available at Tenterden Town Station and on some train departures from 10.45 am.
There will also be plenty of tempting food on offer on the Friday evening, but revellers wanting a party atmosphere will have to wait until the Saturday evening for live music and entertainment, which will be on offer in the afternoon and into the evening. There will also be a barbecue to tuck into.
The festival is organised and run by unpaid volunteers and would not be possible without their support. It will be open from 6pm to 10.30pm on the Friday evening and 10.30am through to 11pm on the Saturday.
Admission costs are £2 on the Friday, and £3 for a platform ticket, when the railway is running a gold service, on Saturday. Free entry is available for card-carrying CAMRA and K&ESR members.
For more details visit kesr.org.uk. There is a 10% discount if you book online.
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