FAQ

Q. What will the admission price be?

A. The admission price for non CAMRA members will be £5

Q. Any offers available for CAMRA members?

 A. Yes. Free ½ pint for valid card carrying CAMRA members

Q. Will you take cards to purchase beer/cider or for entry?

A. No, this event is cash only (but no £50 notes please). Cashback is available at the bar in the clubhouse.  You will need to use tokens to purchase beer which can be bought for cash – cards up to the value of £10 worth of tokens will be available.

Q. Will other drinks be available for purchase?

A. Yes, we have a Gin Bar and a Whiskey Bar, drinks can be purchased using your beer token. Wine and soft drinks will be available from the club house.

Q. Can I bring my own food?

A. No. only food and drink purchased at the festival can be consumed on the premises.

Q. How accessible is the venue?

A. The building has good access for those persons with disabilities and stewards will be available to assist as required.  Disabled toilet and parking is available on site. We are not however able to guarantee a table for anyone.

Q. Can I bring my children with me to the festival?

A. Yes children are welcome up to 7pm. All under 18’s must be with a responsible adult.

Q. Will you be operating a proof of age scheme?

A. Yes – volunteers reserve the right to request ID. As at any licensed premises, it is illegal to buy alcohol if you are under 18, or to buy alcohol for anyone under 18. We will be operating the http://www.challenge25.org/ If you are lucky enough to appear under 25, you may be asked for ID to check you are over 18. The only acceptable ID is a government issued photo ID (photo driving licence or passport) or a proof of age card http://www.challenge25.org/proof.html Please do not be offended if you are asked for ID and we thank you in advance for your cooperation in this matter.

Q. Will any money be going to charity?

A. Yes – Funds raised will go to our nominated good cuases (ADHD Foundation, Steps to Freedom, Stand Tall, Garston Adventure Playground).

Q. What if I need first aid or other help during the festival?

A. Please contact the stewards who will be wearing high visibility tabards or please speak to any member of staff.

Q. Will I have to queue?

A. There is a limit on the number able to access the building at any one time due to fire regulations – at peak times this might mean that queuing will be in place and entry will be restricted – please bear this in mind when deciding what time you will visit us.

Q. Are dogs allowed in the Festival?

A. Due to the very busy nature of the festival dogs are not allowed in – the only exception being for Guide Dogs and assistance dogs.

Q. Can I Smoke/Vape inside the premises?

A. The premises will be non-smoking and non-vaping. Areas will be available outside if required.

Q. Can I book somewhere to sit?

A. No. Tables and seat are on a first come, first served basis so get there early!.

Q. Is there entertainment?

A. The beer and people you meet are the main entertainment, but there's also bands performing throughout the festival to get everyone swinging.  They play a mix of songs and modern hits.  

Q. Is there a cloakroom?

A. No, please keep your coats and bags with you at all times.

Q. Who can I contact with other questions?

A. Get in touch with the Andy McGrory by calling 0151 724 4377 or email us via our website contact us page.