Managers celebrate one year of success at Royston pub by hosting beer festival

PUBLISHED: 15:34 15 April 2016 | UPDATED: 15:38 15 April 2016

Alison and Matthew Brazier, owners of The Boars Head

Alison and Matthew Brazier, owners of The Boars Head

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To toast a year at the helm of a landmark Royston pub, manager Matthew Brazier will be hosting a beer festival next weekend.

On Saturday there will be a big St George’s Day bash at The Boars Head in Market Hill, which will feature a tombola and craft stall hosted by Heathlands Animal Sanctuary.

There will also be a range of English classics such as home made pork pies on offer for hungry punters and the pub’s signature beef stew.

On the Sunday, expect a Sunday roast.

To find out more, search for ‘1st Anniversary & St George’s Day Beer Festival’ on Facebook.


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