31st Cambridge Beer Festival
Monday 24th - Saturday 29th May 2004
Organised by the Campaign for Real Ale, Cambridge & District Branch
Festival publicity team Web site:
Please bookmark this page as
|120+ real ales
||| 60+ foreign beers
||| traditional food
This year the theme is the 60th Anniversary of D-Day
and we are supporting as our charities the Armed Services Benevolent Funds
and the National Association of Bikers with Disability.
The Festival is staffed entirely by volunteers.
If you'd like to help out, whether just for a few hours one evening or
throughout the week, you will be most welcome.
Help for the set-up and clear-away will be particularly appreciated.
The Staffing Officer is James Wells.
If you're interested, please fill in the Staffing Form.
The printed edition of ALE just before the
Festival will also have a form.
30th Cambridge Beer Festival - Before, During and After
for an insight into what volunteering involves.
As a volunteer you get cheap beer and food.
We desperately need more staff!
See our Links page
and in particular the Jesus Green section -
this includes info on car & cycle parking and on goods access.
- 5pm-10.30pm (trade session 4-5pm)
- 11am-3pm, 5pm-10.30pm
- Last entry 10.00pm.
- Live music on Tuesday, Thursday & Friday evenings
- Admission: £2.50 after 6pm
- Free for CAMRA
or C.U. Real Ale Society members with card
(but we need staff - please work instead!)
- Concessions for designated drivers
- Due to the nature of the venue, anyone with unsuitable or unsafe footwear will be refused entry.
This includes bare feet or rollerskates.
For further information about the Festival, please contact the
organiser, Shaun Marsh.
Cambridge & District CAMRA
Page last updated 30-Jun-2004