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Banbury Beer Festival 2009

The 9th annual Banbury Beer Festival will soon be here and will be bigger than ever. This year's festival will have an East Anglian theme and will include a new Foreign Beer bar.

Whether you're an established real ale drinker or someone who has never tried it before, everyone is welcome. Click here to see the fun we had last year. For enquiries, please contact us at bbf@northoxfordshirecamra.org.uk

**Festival Programme now online. Click here to download**

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Dates & Times

   

Venue

7th - 9th May 2009   The TA Centre
Oxford Road
Banbury
Oxfordshire
OX16 9AN
Thursday 7th May 17:00 - 23:00
Friday 8th May 12:00 - 00:00
Saturday 9th May 11:00 - 23:00

 

Entrance Charges

  CAMRA members Non-members
Thursday 7th £7 £8
Friday 8th 12-5 £7 £9
Friday 8th 5-midnight £7 £11
Saturday 9th 11-5 £7 £10
Saturday 9th 5-11 £7 £8

This entrance package consists of:

  • The entrance charge itself (between 1-4 for non-CAMRA members)
  • A refundable festival glass (2)
  • A sheet of beer tokens (5)

Banbury Beer Festival is FREE to all CAMRA members holding a valid card.

The entrance charge includes a copy of the festival programme which includes the beer list.

Once inside the festival the beer and cider bars only accept beer tokens, sold in 5 denominations at the entrance. Any unused full or part used tokens can be refunded.

 

Directions To Venue

How to get there by train or on foot

Banbury railway station is less that 15 minutes walk from our location, and is well served by Cross Country and Chiltern Railways, both of which have at least two services each way during most of the day, First Great Western services also serve the station. Please note, however, that the direct walk from the station involves a very steep walk up a hill for approximately ½ mile! For those who do not wish to attempt this walk we would recommend taking a taxi. They are readily available at the station.

Walking map:
 

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How to get there by car

The site is approximately 5 minutes by car from Junction 11 of the M40. See road map for directions from the M40.

Parking is not readily available on site and we would suggest you use the on street parking in the town. Alternatively, there is huge amount of parking available at Castle Quay which is walkable from the TA Centre.

Driving map:
 

 
     
 
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