Royston Town FC’s Beer & Music Festival is huge success

PUBLISHED: 16:55 31 May 2018

Wes, Nicole, Kate, Ryan, Taylor and Danny at the Royston Beer & Music Festival 2018.


Picture: Karyn Haddon

Wes, Nicole, Kate, Ryan, Taylor and Danny at the Royston Beer & Music Festival 2018. Picture: Karyn Haddon

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The sun shone on visitors to the Royston Beer & Music Festival at the weekend.

Indi & The Vegas entertain the crowds.


Picture: Karyn HaddonIndi & The Vegas entertain the crowds. Picture: Karyn Haddon

The sun shone on visitors to the Royston Beer & Music Festival at the weekend.

Thousands went along to the event at Royston Town Football Club in Garden Walk to enjoy real ales, live music, magic shows and lots more.

RTFC president Alan Barlow told the Crow: “It was a really good weekend with in excess of 2,000 people coming along to enjoy the day.

“The weather was very kind to us. We were fretting about it up until the last minute, but it turned out great.

Georgina Williams and Briony Edwards enjoy drinking Pimm's at the festival in Garden Walk.


Picture: Karyn HaddonGeorgina Williams and Briony Edwards enjoy drinking Pimm's at the festival in Garden Walk. Picture: Karyn Haddon

“There was a really good atmosphere and it’s clear we’re now a part of the Royston scene.

“We’re pleased about that as it raises lots of money for the football club, and means it will be back next year.”

For more information about the Crows, who have announced their pre-season schedule this week which includes a home game against Cambridge United at Garden Walk on July 11, go to www.roystontownfc.co.uk.

Ryan, Callum, Craig and Jack enjoy drinking beer at the festival.


Picture: Karyn HaddonRyan, Callum, Craig and Jack enjoy drinking beer at the festival. Picture: Karyn Haddon

Indi & The Vegas entertain the crowds.


Picture: Karyn HaddonIndi & The Vegas entertain the crowds. Picture: Karyn Haddon

The crowds came out for the 2018 festival in the sunshine. Picture: Karyn HaddonThe crowds came out for the 2018 festival in the sunshine. Picture: Karyn Haddon

Liam , Jake, Jack and John enjoying the festival.


 Picture: Karyn HaddonLiam , Jake, Jack and John enjoying the festival. Picture: Karyn Haddon

The Brazier family enjoy the day out.


Picture: Karyn HaddonThe Brazier family enjoy the day out. Picture: Karyn Haddon

Aimee, six, enjoys the fairground ride. 


Picture: Karyn HaddonAimee, six, enjoys the fairground ride. Picture: Karyn Haddon

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