Supporting The Blackwater Valley Cask & Cork Festival

Virens Supporting Blackwater Valley Cask & Cork Festival

Virens Supporting 2023 Cask & Cork Festival

The team at Virens are happy to announce that, for the third year in a row, we will be supporting this year's Blackwater Valley Cask & Cork Festival.

As well as sponsoring the event, we'll be supporting the festival team and its ticket sales, including:

What is The Cask & Cork Festival?

The Blackwater Valley Cask & Cork Festival was established to deliver the best local beer and wine, promote local businesses, and make a positive impact in the community.

All its profits go back into the community (via Yateley Sports CIC), raising funds for the development of a Community Sports and Wellness Centre being built at Sean Devereux Park, Yateley.

The team behind the festival are also behind the hugely successful community music event, Gig On The Green, and a new local event, Yateley Sausage & Cider Fest.

This year's Cask & Cork festival comprises over 30 beers and ciders from the best local breweries, a selection of quality wines and proseccos, as well as delicious food from quality vendors... not to mention live music from the best local bands.

How Do I Get My Tickets?

This year's festival runs across 3 sessions at Sean Devereux Park in Yateley:
  1. Friday September 1st (6 pm - 11 pm)
  2. Saturday September 2nd (11 am - 4 pm)
  3. Saturday September 2nd (6 pm - 11 pm)
Tickets are £10 per person, per session when bought in advance. If you buy tickets on the day (if any are left), they are £12. All guests for the two evening sessions must be 18 or over.

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