Among the many local businesses who are supporting the event is the recently opened Rainflorist on Cross Street. Owner, Jo Forster (in the photograph with event organiser Ken Campbell) said: “It’s such a lovely town and the Beer Festival sounds a great opportunity for people to get together in a fun environment and let their hair down. I’m pleased to offer my support.”
This Bank Holiday weekend sees the return of the annual Wetherby Lions Beer Festival in aid of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
And, with good weather forecast and a host of entertainments lined up, it promises to be one of the town’s social events of the year.
Much-loved local band ‘The Blarney Boys’ will set the tone as the Festival, with its host of craft beers,...
One of the Leeds area’s most popular children’s entertainers has confirmed her presence this year at the Wetherby Beer Festival. Sandra will be bringing her “Big Events for Little People” show to the popular charity event held at St James’s Church Centre in Wetherby from 2.00 pm on Saturday 25th May 2019.
Included in her two hour routine will be pirates and princesses, superheroes (with a nod to the recent ‘Avengers’ film) toddlers time and disco, all performed in a magical atmosphere with maximum interaction. And it is entirely free of charge for children when accompanied by a paying adult to the Festival.
“We are really thrilled that Sandra and her team have offered their services in aid of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and wou...
(Photo - left to right - Jo with Ken Campbell from Wetherby LIons )
WETHERBY Lions welcomes as a new Beer Festival sponsor one of the town’s most recently-opened businesses, 'Rainflorist'. The colourful displays at the entrance ensure passers-by can’t miss the shop in Cross Street and York-based owner Jo is keen to become quickly integrated into the Wetherby community. She says “It’s such a lovely town and the Beer Festival sounds a great opportunity for people to get together in a fun environment and let their hair down. I’m pleased to offer my support".
'Rainflorist' offers a same-day delivery service in Wetherby with an order before 11.00 am and bouquets can be ordered online, by telephone or in person....
Well it is with a beer at Wetherby Lions' Beer Festival !
(Photo - left to right - Lion Ken Campbell with Windsor Court staff)
"A home is more than just bricks and mortar – it is a place you feel safe, well cared for and relaxed”, that is the ethos of the newcomer to the life of Wetherby and Wetherby Lions are delighted to welcome them as a supporter and sponsor of the Wetherby Beer Festival. Caring and highly trained staff make a real difference to the lives of its residents, offering 24 hour residential and dementia care in luxurious surroundings and providing them an active lifestyle and assisting them to remain independent.
Hopefully Lions members will have the same active culture when they present the Wetherby Beer Festival to be held on 24th & 25th May 2...
(Photo - Lion Martin 'eggs on' the racegoers at Wetherby Racecourse)
As well as their each-way bets on the horses at Sunday’s Community Race meeting, many in the crowd found the time to take a punt on winning a £200 prize when the annual event comes to town on July 14th.
Lions Martin, Tim, Phil and Julie staffed the gazebo as youngsters queued to hook a duck and win a badge while their parents bought tickets which enter them in the Duck Race itself.
The Duck Race, sponsored by the Lions in support of local charities, is set to draw a big crowd to The Ings on what will hopefully be a sunny Sunday for the fun event commencing at 11.00 am, it sees 1,500 plastic ducks set downstream in a race for the line and cash prizes...