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Ours is a pint

5th March 2014

Conveyancing search specialist ETSOS is delighted to be a sponsor of this year’s Lancaster Charity Beerfest.

The Beerfest is celebrating its 25th anniversary and over £300,000 for local causes has been raised over the lifetime of the event. It runs over three nights featuring entertainment and, of course, plenty of beer.

Commenting on ETSOS’s involvement, Managing Director Phil Natusch said: “Obviously it’s quite a hardship to have to go and sample so many beers but if you’re going to support an event you should really commit to it properly. I’m sure we’ll manage somehow! Seriously, Beerfest is a fantastic example of sustained charitable fund-raising that makes a real difference to our local community and we’re thrilled to be doing our bit in 2014.”

Beerfest runs from 6pm till midnight, from 6th-8th March at Lancaster Town Hall. More information is available at http://www.lancasterbeerfest.org/

 

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