PHOTOS: Village festival draws big crowd
PUBLISHED: 09:00 15 June 2019
Villagers enjoyed Cleeve’s showpiece summer event, as crowds of people turned out.
Cleeve Cricket Club hosted its annual beer, cider and gin festival at from June 7-9, attracting lots of people to the King George V Playing Field.
The festivities kicked off on the Friday, when hardy revellers failed to let the rain spoil their fun as band Junction 19 entertained the crowd.
The Saturday saw the club's first team in action in the middle against Bishopston, while a wide range of games and stalls were available to enjoy on the other side of the boundary rope.
The weekend's festivities concluded on the Sunday afternoon with a game between a Mark Jones XI and a BBC XI.
A club spokesman said: "Thank you to everyone who supported us again this weekend for our beer, cider and gin festival, from the organisers to all our barrel sponsors, those who attended and those who worked the bar."
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