Elgood’s Beer Festival 2017 21st September to 23rd September Thursday & Friday 5pm – 10.30pm Saturday 12pm – 10.30pm Live bands Doctor Busker Animal Bar Bewildered All tickets £4 All Beer £3 per pint TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW! Call 01945 583160 for bookings
Elgood’s is holding it’s latest Plant & Craft Fair on Sunday 3rd September 2017. With over 20 stalls, historic vehicles, Family history society and of course a fully licensed bar with refreshments there is something for everyone. Please pop along to see us. Entry £4, children under 12 free.
BREWERY GARDEN OPEN FOR CHARITY ELGOOD’S BREWERY GARDEN IN WISBECH WILL BE OPEN ON SUNDAY 6th AUGUST IN SUPPORT OF THE NATIONAL GARDENS SCHEME. Spend a peaceful day in our wonderful gardens. This family-owned garden, situated immediately behind Elgood’s North Brink Brewery in Wisbech, covers approximately 4 acres. Featuring mature specimen trees about 250 years old, including oak,
Elgood’s Brewery are delighted to announce the opening of a brand new brewery shop. To celebrate the day, we are holding a Grand Opening Event on Friday 26th May 2017 between 9am and 5pm. For one day only we are offering 10% discount on all sales at the shop and free tastings of our award winning ales. Please
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There was a marvellous atmosphere on a very hot Sunday afternoon when approximately 350 people gathered in Elgood’s Brewery Gardens to enjoy music from the Theydon Select Six. This was the biggest attendance ever at what has become a very popular annual event.
Although the day was extremely hot, welcome shade could be found under the trees which are a feature of this beautiful garden. Visitors enjoyed their picnics, which looked delicious; the beer, which was (of course) excellent; and the band, who were superb, playing a wonderful selection of music throughout the afternoon.
A fantastic range of prizes had been donated for a raffle in support of Norfolk Hospice Tapping House, which raised £450 for this worthy cause.
The event was organised by Dave & Sheila Dyer, who were delighted with the turn out. Dave was particularly grateful to local jazz clubs at Peterborough, Stamford, Three Holes and Cambridge, and Leverington Parish Newsletter for help with publicity, which significantly boosted numbers.
David & Sheila also expressed their thanks to everyone at Elgood’s who helped with the organisation and to Nigel & Anne Elgood for hosting the event.