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Market Bosworth Rail Ale Festival 22-24 July 2022

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Market Bosworth Rail Ale Festival 22-24 July 2022

The 2022 annual Rail Ale Festival run by the Battlefield Line in conjunction with Hinckley and Bosworth CAMRA

This year's event features 60+ beers and 25 ciders/perries. Also wine, Pimms and Prosecco bars in the marquee. Bars open at 11am. Friday and Saturday evenings there is live music from Dr Busker from 8pm.

There will be trains running from 12 on Friday and 10am Saturday/Sunday. Other attractions at Market Bosworth, include live steam road locomotives, miniature traction engines, vintage commercial vehicles, hot and cold food and other displays.

Heritage buses will be running Friday and Saturday between Hinckley and Market Bosworth.

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Old Market Bosworth Station, Station Road, Market Bosworth, Leics, CV13 0PF

Tel: +44 (0)1455 610932

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