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Village prepares for its first beer festival

PUBLISHED: 17:50 12 September 2017

Hardingham Memorial hall. Photo:Ian Burt

Hardingham Memorial hall. Photo:Ian Burt

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The village of Hardingham, near Dereham, is set to host its first beer festival over three days from September 22 to 24.

Hardingham is holding its first beer festival.  Image supplied by Sue Daynes Hardingham is holding its first beer festival. Image supplied by Sue Daynes

The event, at the village’s Memorial Hall, features live music, food, open mic, bubble football, and a family picnic on the Sunday.

It starts at 4pm on the Friday with music from Sugar Rush who play classic covers and modern rock, and a wood fired pizza oven.

On Saturday the fun starts at 11am and there will be music from Timemachine (funk, swing, ska, Latin) with more pizza.

Sunday, 11am to 4pm, will see the open mic session featuring Will Daniel (Teenstar grand finalist) and more local talent. Turn up and sing/play/perform. Bring your own picnic.

* This Sunday (September 17) there is also a car boot sale at the memorial hall in Hardingham from 10am to 2pm. Pre-booked pitches only by emailing mgibb2006@btinternet.com or dayno81@icloud.com. Refreshments available.

The events are raising money for village amenities.

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