BEER fans are in for a treat with the return of the annual Three Valleys Festival.
The event takes place on Saturday, June 8, at 10 pubs and a brewery in the Dronfield and Bradway area, which will be serving locally-produced beers and food.
All the venues will be offering a range of cask ales and many will also provide traditional cider, food and live music.
A free bus service will link the sites every half hour from midday until 11pm, also calling at Dore and Dronfield railway stations.
Venues taking part in the festival are: Castle Inn, Bradway; Hearty Oak, Miners’ Arms and Jolly Farmer in Dronfield Woodhouse; Rutland Arms and Horns Inn, Holmesfield; Barlow Brewery, Barlow; Coach and Horses, Green Dragon, Dronfield Arms and Three Tuns, all in Dronfield.
Among the highlights are a ‘meet the brewer’ session at the Jolly Farmer, a music festival in the farmyard at Barlow Brewery and a hog roast at the Three Tuns.