Jubilee festival at The Bull in BracknellBy Caroline Cook
May 18, 2012
Burgers, bands and bouncy castles will be on offer at a Bracknell pub’s mini-festival weekend.
The Bull Inn in Bracknell High Street is hosting Bull Fest over the jubilee weekend, with plenty on offer to keep the whole family entertained.
It is the second year the pub has hosted its summer festival, which raised nearly £1,000 for armed forces charities last year.
“There was a great atmosphere last year,” says landlord Phil Baxter. “Everybody thoroughly enjoyed it and we’re very excited for this year.
“We had so much fun and we raised quite a bit, but we’re hoping to raise even more this year.”
Pub-goers will be able to tuck into barbecued food while listening to music from bands including Street Fight Silence, Oroku Saki and Black Swan Empire. The fun will start at 5.30pm on Friday, June 1, with live music going into the night.
And there will be more entertainment on Saturday, June 2, when Bull Fest continues from 2pm.
The event will be raising funds for Help for Heroes, the Armed Forces charity and Be Heard.
- For more information contact (01344) 566 868.