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Enjoy code: 174532
Food and drink
Target groups
Adult, Elderly, Youth
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The Twyford Beer Festival (TBF) is an annual beer festival dedicated to raising much-needed funds for Orchid Cancer Charity (registration number 1080540), it is held in June at Stanlake Meadow Recreation Ground, Twyford, Berkshire, RG10 0AB.This two-day event is an eclectic mix of live music, traditional beers and ciders, food stalls, gin & fizz, that is now in its 11th year. We are a family-friendly event with two sessions commencing on Friday from 12:00 till 23:00 and Saturday from 12:00 till 22:00, with a full music program throughout the event, you can sit back and relax while quaffing your favourite libation or sampling a new tipple.Access to Stanlake Meadow could not be easier; just a short walk from Twyford train station (on the direct line from Reading), it’s on the major bus routes and with free car parking for those with a dedicated driver.Helpful Information•
The event is a ticket only.• The event organizers operate the “Challenge 25” policy whereby anyone buying, obtaining, or consuming alcohol, who appears to be below the age of 25, seven years above the age required to buy alcohol in the UK, can be asked to provide an acceptable form of ID. Acceptable forms of photo ID are your Passport or Driving licence, no ID means no alcohol.•
Contactless or cash payments can be made for drinks, and at the food concessions.• Tickets are non-refundable unless cancelled based on the Covid restrictions in place on the dates of the event. Unused tickets will be donated to the charity.• Commemorative glasses will be available if booked with your entry ticket or while stocks last. • Feel free to bring your reusable drinking vessels, or use one of our biodegradable plastics (to be retained and re-used throughout the event).• TBF will comply with all Covid restrictions in place at the time of the event, your compliance will be required and by entering the site you accept all current requirements. If you have a medical exemption to one or more of the conditions, please ensure you have written proof. Failure to comply with the conditions will result in either non-admittance or being asked to leave the event (without refund).• At the time of going to press (January 22) TBF being an outside venue of fewer than 4000 people does not require a “Covid Passport”, however, this is subject to change if government restrictions or guidance is updated.• Please feel free to bring your camping chairs, tables, and picnics.• Gazebos are welcome at the event, there is a dedicated area where they can be erected. Please do not use them in the main area or in front of the stage, or in other locations.• Food concessions are available onsite, however, if you wish to bring a picnic for your or your friends' consumption that is acceptable.• You are not permitted to sell or supply any items on the festival site unless you are approved TBF festival concession.• Photos will be taken during the event and may be used for advertising and event promotion at up and coming events. • Dogs are welcome with well-behaved owners.• Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.• All alcoholic drinks at the event must be purchased on-site, bag checks will be mandatory on entry, if you are attempting to bring prohibited items such as alcohol, drugs or weapons into the site, they will either be confiscated, or you will be refused entry.• TBF is a drug-free event, anybody found or suspected of being in possession or using drugs for personal or supply will be reported to the police, without notice.• TBF reserve the right to refuse entry or ask people to leave (for unsociable or threatening behaviour) with no refund.•
Any persons who are asked to leave will not be entitled to a refund or re-entry.• If you need to leave the site; re-admittance will be possible only if you obtain a wristband on exit.• TBF does not accept liability for any loss or damage to personal property or vehicle onsite.• For further information visit - [//]