About the Sherfield on Loddon Beer Festival
Annually in September
Come rain or shine - an indoor and outdoor event!
- A large range of real ales plus cider and perry - only £3 a pint.
- All drinks purchased using tokens available inside the hall.
- A bar selling wine and soft drinks.
- Hot food and a range of snack food.
- Live music throughout the day featuring local bands.
- Enjoy the Village Hall garden (weather permitting!).
- Marquee to provide additional covered area.
- Free evening taxi shuttle service from the Village Hall to Bramley Station.
- Free entrance to Under 18's if accompanied by an adult.
- Regrettably, dogs are not allowed in the hall or the hall garden.
The following bands appeared at the 2016 Festival:
|Basingstoke Concert Band|
Opened in 1992, St Michael's Hospice provides care for patients across North Hampshire with a life-limiting illness and the goal of care is to help patients achieve the best possible quality of life. The Hospice receives less than 30% of its running costs through the Hampshire Primary Care Trust so the remainder needs to be raised through its shops and fundraising activities. With the help of the local community the Hospice can continue to provide its vital services.
Sherfield Village Hall is a great asset to the village and is used by many local organisations. Being a lovely old building, its upkeep is not cheap and renovations need to be done in a sympathetic manner. As a Charity, the only regular income the Hall has is from its hiring fees so donations and fund raising events are essential.
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance. The Air Ambulance flies 365 days a year, both day and night, providing an efficient, prompt response to road traffic collisions, sporting accidents, collapses and many other incidents throughout Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Our highly skilled crew of Doctors, Paramedics and Pilots can be at the scene of an incident within minutes, ready to deliver the same level of care that you would expect from a hospital emergency department. A full range of life-saving equipment is carried on board, including two state of the art ultrasound devices, a blood transfusion kit and an immediate blood analyser, helping to save valuable seconds in the vital golden hour. It currently costs in excess of £230,000 a month to maintain our life saving service, and we receive no Government or National Lottery funding for routine operations. It is only thanks to the generosity of the communities that we serve that we are able keep the Air Ambulance flying and saving lives.