CAMRA is again offering you the opportunity to visit cider producers. During the trip you will have the chance to visit orchards, spend time with experienced producers and find out how they make their cider.
The trip takes place on 13th October 2018 and the itinerary is as follows: The bus will depart from Worcester Shrub Hill Railway Station at 11:00am and then visit Tardebigge Cider, Tutnall (where lunch is available) and Barbourne Cider, Worcester. We will then return to Worcester Shrub Hill Station for 6pm.
Please have appropriate footwear with you for cider farms and orchards. There may also be short walks during the trip.
The price for this trip (including lunch) is:- CAMRA Members £22.00; Non Members £24.00
The cost of the trip is to be paid in full when booking. Booking can ONLY be made via Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/national-cider-perry-trip-2018. Trip bookings can ONLY be made from 9am on Monday 6th August 2018. Those without internet can contact Liz Wickham on 01727 798459 with your card details. PLEASE NOTE: NO REFUNDS ARE AVAILABLE. If you have any queries please contact Andrea Briers on 07732 754888.
For Cheltenham members interested in this trip there are direct trains to Worcester Shrub Hill from Cheltenham. Train times to follow (there is a timetable change due before the event but currently 09:46 from Cheltenham arrives Worcester at 10:19 with return possible on the 19:08 arriving Cheltenham 19:34)
Tewkesbury CAMRA are running a bus to the 15th Derby Winter Ale Festival, which features over 400 cask ales ciders and perries.
The bus will leave the Black Bear at 10:00am, so you’ll need to make your own way there (bus 41 from Cheltenham). Expected to be back in Tewkesbury for 7:00pm.
Cost of the bus is circa £15. You can check the entry cost on the Derby CAMRA website.
To book a place, please contact Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org directly.
Enjoy a pint of cider and a selection of cheese at Sandford Park Alehouse’s flagship event of the year.
Held at the award-winning pub from Friday 17 to Saturday 18 May 2019, the festival will showcase some of the best real ales and delicious cheeses.
Celebrating all things local, the selection of cheese and cider makes this event unmissable for cheese and cider lovers. If the weather is warm, visitors can also enjoy the festival in the pub’s large beer garden.
Lots of Ciders & real ales, Live Music, BBQ and Kids Entertainment
The sixth annual Rotary Beer and Cider Festival will once again be held at Hatherley & Reddings CC, Shurdington Road on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd June.
Most of the beers have been sourced from small Cotswolds breweries. The majority never sold in Cheltenham so it’s a great opportunity to try 20 local beers without having to travel. The list will be published on our website www.rotarybeerfestcheltenham.co.uk when finalised.
Entrance £5 on the day or buy online 3 for the price of 2 until Friday 21st June.
1st XI Cricket v Tewksbury CC followed by The Institution Band on Sat and a new competition on Sun a T20 Blast v Cirencester CC.”
Patesians Cider and Ale Festival. Saturday 17 August from 12 noon
20 ciders plus bbq and hog roast
A visit to the Great Welsh Beer Festival in Cardiff. Over 120 beers and 60 ciders will be available at The National Cricket Training Centre, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff.
An all-day ticket costs £7 for card carrying CAMRA members. See their website (HERE) for full details.
Please contact Veronica for further details.