Well, it is that time of the year again when we announce that we are selling tickets for 2014!
THE 2014 BEER FESTIVAL WILL BE HELD AT MACCLESFIELD RUGBY CLUB ON FRIDAY 9th AND SATURDAY 10th MAY.
To buy tickets online CLICK HERE
But also remember tickets can be bought at local pubs in the Macclesfield area; and please see the tickets page for a list of the local pubs selling tickets.
Please remember that you have to be over 18 to be served beer, and we carry out ID checks. Please don’t waste our time as we hate to turn people away.
It is important to remember that this is a charity event, with all funds going to local charities. In this case the following two charities.
The Rossendale Trust supports people with learning and physical disabilities to lead the very best lives they can.
Fifty-eight people live in apartments at the Trust’s main site, or in one of three other properties located within a few miles of our base at Sutton. We aim to create an environment where everyone is encouraged to reach their full potential. Changes in our care model, from residential care to supported living, enables our tenants to make real choices in their lives, develop in confidence and enjoy increasing independance.
‘Oakwood’ is our popular and growing day service. Open to the whole community, it offers a social activity menu, including media, leisure, swimming, crafts and more! To find out more about our services, click here.
Crossroads Care schemes are a network of 76 local independent charities providing support to carers and the people they care for, often through the provision of flexible breaks. The beer festival will be supporting Cheshire East.
Services are provided through a network of local providers across England and Wales, each offering our core service where a trained carer support worker comes into the home to take over the caring responsibilities.
The aim is to provide support that is consistent and reliable and build long and trusted relationships.
Each local provider is an independent charity which may provide additional services according to funding and demand at a local level.
All local Crossroads Care organisations provide care in the home to enable carers to take a break. The needs of both the carer and the person they care for are assessed and regularly reviewed to ensure the service is tailored to the needs of them both.