This weekend sees the Ale for Aid Beer Festival take place at Reigate Tunnel to raise money for Surrey Air Ambulance and the YMCA East Surrey.
It returns for its third year having been started by Paul Dyer back in 2017. Last year was a roaring success, with more than 1,700 pints sold in aid of some fantastic local causes.
This year’s event, which is supported by Redhill Redstone Rotary club, gets underway this Friday at midday and will run through until 10.30pm that night, then again reopening on Saturday lunchtime (12 pm) and running until 10.30pm that night.
The Reigate Tunnel festival will have a tipple for everyone. There are 47 different ales to choose from, with many provided by local breweries such as the Pilgrim Brewery, Bexley Brewery and the Godstone Brewers, as well as three ciders and a small selection of gins.
Tickets cost just £5 per day, for which you get your free first half-pint of ale and commemorative pint glass and with the latest weather forecast predicting a wet weekend this could be the perfect place to ride out the unsavoury conditions.
You can find out more information at http://www.aleforaid.co.uk/
Parkers are currently taking bookings and, as it can get very busy this time of year, we always advise to book early. We have a range of vehicles, including Mercedes saloons and people carriers for larger groups, to ensure you arrive at wherever your destination happens to be in comfort.
We also offer free child seats.
Wherever you are headed this month, whether on a day out to a beer festival or off to the airport, let Parkers do the driving. Contact us to make your booking today.