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Raise your glasses for Stokesby festival

PUBLISHED: 10:42 23 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:42 03 July 2010

More than 15 beers and ciders from across the region were available to sample at a revived beer festival in Stokesby at the weekend.

The event at the village hall was sponsored by Philip Harlow, a director of local construction firm HBC Services, with proceeds going to Stokesby Social Club to buy a big screen.

More than 15 beers and ciders from across the region were available to sample at a revived beer festival in Stokesby at the weekend.

The event at the village hall was sponsored by Philip Harlow, a director of local construction firm HBC Services, with proceeds going to Stokesby Social Club to buy a big screen.

Breweries taking part included Grain Brewery, near Harleston, The Wolf Brewery, Attleborough, and Norfolk Square Brewery, Great Yarmouth.

Live music was provided on Saturday evening by the Stokesby Strummers guitar group and food included traditionally cooked herring.

Last night Mr Harlow said: “It has gone really well and we are going to do another one next year.”

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