Bexley Homebrew Festival visitors sample homemade beers, wines and bread at sold-out event (From News Shopper)
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Bexley Homebrew Festival visitors sample homemade beers, wines and bread at sold-out event in Freemantle Hall, Bexley Village
ELEVEN-years after the Bexley Homebrew Festival was launched in a disused scout hut, it continues to go from strength to strength.
This year’s festival, held at the Freemantle Hall in Bexley Village on Saturday (October 6), was even sold out before the day.
The selection of homemade beers, wines, ciders and breads was diverse and proved popular with punters.
Music was played throughout the afternoon by resident festival pop group Rayband while the Gong Scourers Manic Morris Dancers provided entertainment as they showed off their unique routines.
Organiser Chris Hall said: “Everyone was there really early queuing up to come in.
“They were all really up for having a good party, it was fantastic.”
Early estimations suggest the festival raised £940, which is more than £400 more than last years total.
The profits will be split between the Rob Knox Foundation and the Crayford Centre.
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