Cambridge Beer Festival Suppliers
The Cambridge Beer Festivals, especially the summer festival, would simply just not happen without the excellent support provided to the festival volunteers by the following companies and organisations.
Cambridge City Council, Cambridge
Cambridge City Council, especially the Leisure and Entertainment team, through their continued support of the festival's use of Jesus Green.
Mythic Beasts, Cambridge
Mythic Beasts have been a long term provider of web hosting services for the Cambridge CAMRA branch and more recently providing web and server services for the beer festival, allowing the volunteers to run an increasing number of of administrative tools that are required to help the festivals run smoothly. The beer festival volunteers have been extremely pleased with the responsiveness and expertise shown by their customer support team.
Clare Kenward Flowers, Cambridge
Clare Kenward Flowers have provided a small amount of style and sophistication to the beer festival, whilst brightening the volunteering areas with a range of table displays and potted plants.
Wil-O-Cur Fire Safety, Newmarket
Wil-O-Cur Fire Safety, provides the festival with the essential fire safety equipment needed. The festival organisers, would also like to thank the Wil-O-Cur Fire Safety team, for their generously in providing free certified fire training for the voluntary festival staff.
C J Overy Transport & Crane Hire, provides essential logistics and transportation support to the festival. Ensuring that the offices and the festival's equipment containers are transported in a timely manner and accurately arranged on site.
Pearce Hire, Peterborough
Pearce Hire, one of the UK's leading specialists in providing lighting, audio, rigging and power distribution services to outdoor events. They provide the distribution boards, electrical wiring, lighting and PA systems, needed by the festival.
Cambridge Connoisseur Coffees, Histon
As well as running the coffee stall at the May beer festival, Cambridge Connoisseur Coffees, provide the festival with essential food and drink supplies.
AmeyCespa East, Waterbeach
AmeyCespa East works with the festival to help make the festival as green as possible, providing a variety of waste skips and wheelie bins allowing the festival to arrange for the recycling of cardboard and glass.
Latta Hire Limited, Colne
Latta Hire Limited supply the festival with the volunteer toilets and showers. Latta work with the site team to ensure that this essential service is available throughout the three weeks that the festival team are on site. Latta also provide office space and temporary cooling space - 20 foot chiller containers, an inflatable igloo, trailer fridges and point of sale fridges.
Chris Sales Fork Lift Truck Training Ltd, Cambridge
Chris Sales and his team of professional safety advisers bring their mobile fork lift truck training centre to the festival site each year. Chris and his team have over 30 years' experience and provide a comprehensive, tailored safety training, thus ensuring that our volunteer site team are fully trained and licensed to safely operate the essential site equipment.
Smart T's, Hawley, Kent
As well as running the t-shirt stall at the May beer festival, John from Smart-Ts is the man behind the logos from the last 16 years or so. The logo design is one of the first things to get started for each festival. The organiser can normally be spotted at some point chatting to John over a beer about the logo for 12 months' time.
Wernick Event Hire, Exhall, Coventry
Providing the festival with the main beer stillage and fencing services.
Stuart Group, Attleborough, Norfolk
The Stuart Group are the power house, so to speak, behind the festival, ensuring that the festival has all the required electrical power and lighting towers.
Steelshield.co.uk, Ashbourne, Derbyshire
Steelshield.co.uk are a leading supplier of temporary fencing solutions and will be providing the festival will their steel fence panel solutions for our compound.
Northern Event Structures, Lower Cumberworth, Huddersfield
A leading marquee supplier, Northern Event Structures will be providing the festival extensive marquees and furniture.
National Radio Bank, Bourne, Lincolnshire
National Radio Bank, through a CAMRA affiliation scheme are proving the festival with our essential communication systems.
John Anderson Hire, St Albans, Hertfordshire
John Anderson provide us with their range of super loos, for those .... err .... 'got to go' moments ....
Eve Trakway, Chesterfield, Derbyshire
Eve a leading track way specialist, provide the festival with their Trakway Systems, to help protect Jesus Green.
Ashtead Plant Hire, Cambridge
Better known as A-Plant, provide the festival with a range of manual handling and access equipment.
Cap Trac, Weston Longville, Norfolk
Providing the festival with the industry leading plastic flooring for the marquee and walkways
Certas Energy, Warrington
Will be providing the fuel, needed to power the generators needed to produce the necessary electricity for the festival to operate.