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Cockerham Beer and Music Festival

Beer PieAmazing Beers, Home made Pies and Great Live Music. What could be better for a night out?

Cockerham Village Hall management committee is supporting the North West Children's Support Group in organising a fund raising beer festival on January the 30th and 31st 2015, 7pm  to midnight

Beers from the legendary Pictish Brewery and Ulverston Brewing Company are available, with special beers from Lancaster & Old School Breweries and from further afield, the Dunscar Bridge Brewery. There's also a  real cider, as well as the regular bar and soft drinks.

Feeling peckish? Then there are delicious freshly made pies from The Hotpot Supper Company

Live music over the 2 nights includes The Flatlanders, The Manfredis  (Friday) Room Full Of Mirrors (Saturday), local folk musicians, The Scorton Thievers and others.

The North West Childrens Support Group is a Garstang based charity that provides free holidays for local disabled and disadvantaged children and respite for their parents. The group is 100% run by volunteers and needs to raise over 50,000 per annum to cover the costs of the 3 UK based holidays for around 50 children.

Tickets for the festival are just 5 and must be pre booked from Salon 39 on Cockerham Main Street or from Paul and Angela Andrews 01524 751373 or 07711 631984 e-mail  oaktec234@hotmail.com.

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North West Childrens Support Group







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