Gladstone Pottery Museum and the Longton Community Partnership are working together to hold the 8th annual Longton Beer Festival this weekend.
The festival will take place in the unique setting of the museum’s cobbled courtyard on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 July. Opening hours are 7 – 11pm each evening, with last orders at 10:30pm.
Visitors will have a large range of beers, ciders and wine to choose from while they enjoy live music from local band The Magnetic Jellyfish in the Grade II* listed yard.
The festival raises thousands of pounds for the Longton Community Partnership, a volunteer run organisation which promotes the town.
Cllr Anthony Munday, cabinet member for greener city, development and leisure, said: “Longton Beer Festival has been growing in popularity year on year. The fantastic setting and choice of high quality and unusual drinks on offer have made the festival a firm favourite amongst the people of Stoke-on-Trent.”
The event is strictly over 18s only and admission is £5 per person.
For more information please take a look at the Longton Beer Festival or the Gladstone Pottery Museum Facebook page.
Gladstone Pottery Museum is open Tuesday to Saturday and Bank Holidays, 10am – 5pm. The museum has ample free parking and for more information call 01782 237777, see www.stokemuseums.org.uk/gpm/ or see the Gladstone Pottery Museum Facebook page www.facebook.com/gladstonepotterymuseum
For all media enquiries please contact the Communications Department at Stoke-on-Trent City Council on 01782 234539.