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The bar will be under a Marquee, with musical entertainment (bands on Friday and Saturday) inside the club house. Food will be served inside. The clubhouse bar will be open (for draught lager).
Parking is available but you may prefer to get a taxi or a lift to the Beer Festival.
You will need to purchase drinks tokens when in the marquee, which can be exchanged for drinks at the bar. 1 token = 1/2 pint or soft drink; 2 tokens = 1 pint of beer / cider, 1 (175ml) glass of wine, 1 (125ml) glass of prosecco or a glass of gin (25ml) & tonic.
Payment (for drinks tokens and entrance) by Cash or Contactless debit/credit card.
Please buy your entrance tickets in advance to help us plan for the event (see below). Admission is by ticket only (2 tickets needed if you are coming on both days). If you book in advance, you won't receive paper tickets, just an admission code which you need to show to the entrance staff.
If you look under 25 please bring ID to prove your age. No sharp objects or glass will be allowed on site (your bag may be searched by our security team). You may not bring alcohol or any food items onto the site (those with special dietary requirements can bring certain food items to substitute, e.g. gluten free burger baps).
You must drink up before leaving the site - no drinks to be taken off site at the end of the evening!
Children are welcome to attend (accompanied by an adult) on Saturday afternoon until 7.00pm.
Under 12s get in free, children aged 12-18 - admission fee reduced to 1 TOKEN (don't buy tickets in advance for any children).
A big thank you to all the performers who gave their time freely to support our charity beer festival, raising awareness of Prostate Cancer and the charity PROSTaid.
This event was supported by the PPL PRS charity and community discount scheme. PPL PRS licenses the use of copyright music across the UK, giving businesses and organisations the permission they need to play the music they want.
TheMusicLicence ensures that music creators are fairly rewarded with royalties so they can keep making music - and mean that we’re able to support music at events like this.
For more information about PPL PRS, visit pplprs.co.uk or call 0800 0720 808
Gin measures will be 25ml.
This year we've got the Leicester Lions RFC chef in the kitchen preparing a range of food snacks. Pay for your food items using drinks tokens.
The wine glass provides a 175ml serving, the Prosecco glass is for a 125ml serving and the gin glass can be used for a 25ml serving, topped up with tonic water. Choose a pint glass if you want to buy any soft drinks.
Profits will be donated to the Blaby & District Lions nominated charity PROSTaid as well as the Rotary Club Lutterworth Wycliffe charity fund.
The online ticket office will close on Monday 29th July 2021.
£10 Admission (for Friday or Saturday), glass and 1st drink (2 tokens).
£5 Admission only (for Friday or Saturday). £3 when paid for in advance.
If you have bought tickets in advance (either raffle style tickets or e-tickets online), please remember to bring them with you. E-tickets can be either printed out or displayed on your smart phone or tablet.
Blaby — Blaby Shoe Repairs, 6-7 Johns Court, LE8 4DJ
Cosby — Select Convenience (Cosby Newsagents), Croft Road, LE9 1RE
Countesthorpe — Bargain Booze, 69 Station Road, LE8 5TB
Narborough — Narborough Post Office, 2 Royal Court, LE19 2DF
The clubhouse bar will be taking cash for the draught lagers on sale.
Soft drinks and 1/2 pint of beer or cider costs 1 TOKEN.
Many thanks to the following companies for sponsoring the 2019 Leicester Lions Beer Festival. Visit their website to find out more about them.
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We regularly collect and distribute your spare food items to help struggling families and elderly people, especially over Christmas.
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"A friendly club of 29 members based in the South Leicestershire Market Town of Lutterworth... We take great pride in the Rotary motto 'Service above Self' "
The Club celebrated 30 years of service in February 2017 and during that time it has made a real contribution to our local community and has raised significant funds for domestic charities and international good causes.
The club welcomes men and women members who share the same common goal. To enjoy friendship and, at the same time, to do something worthwhile in the community. The priorities being community service (both nationally & internationally), the support of local charities and the development of our young people.
You would be more than welcome to come along to one of our meetings to see for yourself! However, to ensure that there is a meal on the table for you, you will need to contact us in advance - via our Secretary Eddie Hemsley.
Rotary Club of Lutterworth Wycliffe meets at We meet Mondays at 7.30pm at the Greyhound Inn, Market Street, Lutterworth LE17 4EJ.
PROSTaid was started in 2006. We are a local, registered, independent prostate & prostate cancer charity, based in Wigston, Leicestershire. PROSTaid covers Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire; we rely on donations and bequests to continue our work and receive no government funding. We are run by prostate cancer patients, families, friends and urological professionals.
We provide information and counselling for all prostate cancer and prostate disease sufferers and their families, given by local men who themselves have prostate cancer and diseases of the prostate. We run four support groups in Leicester to help local men and their partners come to terms with prostate cancer. One of these groups is for African/Caribbean men that is the first one of its kind in the UK.
We fund two nurses one at the Urology & one at the Oncology Department at Leicester General Hospital &Leicester Royal Infirmary, The largest amount of prostate cancer specialist nurses in any hospital in the UK. We have also produced patient information films to view on our website for most of the treatments locally available for their prostate cancer.
We have funded a new Thulium laser and helped with getting a DaVinci Robot to perform minimally invasive treatment for prostate cancer. This reduces recovery times by 43% and offers a new minimally invasive treatment for the disease. We are currently funding ground-breaking research into a new diagnostic test to enable faster more accurate diagnosis for patients.
We run master classes for our medical professionals and constantly raise awareness amongst local men, so prostate cancer is spotted earlier and can be treated effectively.
If you would like to ask us anything about the Beer Festival please send us an email message.