Beer festival to be held at Clevedon School

PUBLISHED: 17:00 25 October 2018

Clevedon School will host a German beer festival on Friday

Clevedon School will host a German beer festival on Friday


Clevedon School is inviting people to enjoy one of its biggest fundraisers of the year.

The Valley Road school will host its popular German beer festival on Friday with beer aplenty.

The fun-filled Bavarian night will feature the UK’s number one Oompah band, the Munich Bierkeller Men who will perform a set.

The musical men, who have been in the business for more than 30 years, promise a good night for guests.

The fun night will be complete with a complimentary hog roast and festivities will start at 7.30pm.

Former student, Martin Summerell, who now works for South West Drinks Ltd will provide a range of specially imported German beers and pilsner.

The ticket price includes a souvenir tankard and a hot meal during the interval of the band’s performance.

Tickets, priced £13.50-120, are available from Clevedon School on 01275 876744.

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