Raise a glass to charity beer festival, kicking off in King’s Lynn today
The Rotary club of King's Lynn's first charity beer festival kicks off today, at 4pm.
And hundreds of people are expected to attend tomorrow, from noon to 10.30pm.
Thirty-five beers and ciders are available at the two-day festival, which is being held at the Hanse House, South Quay, King's Lynn.
Rotarian Sharon Stevens said: 'We are expecting a lot of people to attend.'
Proceeds will be split between Riding for the Disabled and Churchill Park School, a complex needs school in Lynn.
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A special brew, the Hanse House Beer, will be launched at the festival.
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