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Ale festival pulls in the punters




1940s day at The Sugar Mill in Bourne in aid of Asthma UK.''Photo: Rowland Hobson EMN-150709-155914001
1940s day at The Sugar Mill in Bourne in aid of Asthma UK.''Photo: Rowland Hobson EMN-150709-155914001

This year’s ‘Ripping-Ale’ Beer Festival attracted crowds from near and far, with its good food, good music and good real-ale.

In its 15th year, the event proved a hit once again, raising plenty of money that will be donated to Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance and Lives.

The sunshine brought great barbecue weather for the 1st Pointon Baden-Powell Scout Group - who helped to serve food to the punters, helping to boost their funds.

This was the last beer festival for two of its key members, Jeannie Tarleton and John Scholes - who have been with the festival from day one.

The committee would like to thank everyone that was involved with the event for all their support.



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