Sharpen your taste buds, dust off your dancing shoes and remind all your friends and neighbours that Summerfest - one of the country’s largest one day beer festivals - takes place very soon.
Haddenham’s very own annual beer festival will see no less than 15o barrels of real ale this year including full ranges from local microbreweries as well as plenty from across the country.
There will also be a range of new style keg beers plus 40 ciders featuring fruit infused and novel flavours as well as the traditional sweet, medium and dry styles.
And if beer or cider is not your thing, there will be gin-based cocktails, punches, Pimms, Prosecco, wine and an impressive range of non-alcoholic refreshments.
Music is of course a massive part of Haddenham Beer Festival and this year will see 14 live bands playing throughout the day from 11am right through until 9pm on Saturday July 2 when the day comes to an end.
Visitors to the festival, which will be held in the grounds of Haddenham Junior School on Woodways, can also enjoy a massive variety of food and entertainment with lots of activities for children, ensuring this is an event that all the family can enjoy.
Entrance is £10 online or on the gate.
Tickets purchased in advance come with two free drink vouchers - see www.summerfest.org.uk
The huge marquees provide safe options for all styles of British weather, so even if it rains, nothing can dampen the spirits of the festival goers.
As usual, in the two weeks leading up to the festival, Summerfest Radio will broadcast from 6am - 10pm each day (Sunday June 19 - Sunday July 3) from Haddenham Garden Centre, to help everyone get into the spirit as they look forward to the day.