WIN: Two weekend passes to Nailsea and Backwell's Beer and Cider Festival

PUBLISHED: 08:21 01 July 2015 | UPDATED: 08:21 01 July 2015

Nailsea and Backwell Rugby Club,  Beer and cider festival.

Nailsea and Backwell Rugby Club, Beer and cider festival.

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One lucky Times reader can win a pair of tickets to this year's Nailsea and Backwell Beer and Cider Festival.

The rugby club in West End Park will again host the music and beer spectacular, which will run from July 10-12.

The festival is run entirely by volunteers and always is a huge success. Dozens of different beers and ciders will be available, with brewers from across the country taking part. Local brewers taking part include Twisted Oak and Butcombe Brewery in Wrington but there will be representatives from other parts of the UK including Devon, Yorkshire and Scotland.

As if three days of delicious ales and ciders was not enough, festival organisers have also booked a number of acts to perform.

Among the acts lined up for July 11 are The V Dubz, The Groovy Suits and Corvus while Wurzels cover band The Twice Dailies will take to the stage on Sunday. For a full list of bands, check the festival’s website.

For younger visitors there is still plenty to enjoy too. The Kids’ Village, sponsored by Children’s Hospice South West, will have a face-painting booth, ice cream van, arts and crafts tent, table football, a reading area, tombola and a whole lot more, making the festival a great day out for families.

And do not forget to say hello to the Times team as we will have a stand at the event too.

* The Times has teamed up with the organisers to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of weekend passes to the festival, which include a free drink and commemorative glass.

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