The Cambridge Beer Festival wouldn’t happen without the support provided to the festival volunteers by the following organisations.
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The open spaces team at the city council look after Jesus Green throughout the year. Without their support the festival would not be possible.
Northern Event Structures, Lower Cumberworth, Huddersfield
Northern Event Structures provide the marquees for the beer festival in a helpful and professional manner. They also supply the furniture for inside and outside the marquee.
Pearce Hire, Peterborough
Pearce Hire are one of the UK’s leading specialists in providing lighting, audio, rigging and power distribution services to outdoor events. They provide our distribution boards, electrical wiring, lighting and PA systems.
Wil-O-Cur Fire Safety, Newmarket
Wil-O-Cur Fire Safety provide the festival with essential fire safety equipment needed, along with professional advice and training.
Mythic Beasts, Cambridge
Mythic Beasts provide hosting for the festival’s website and the background IT systems that keep the festival running. When we need technical assistance the team at Mythic Beasts are always quick and helpful.
Latta Hire Limited, Colne
Latta Hire Limited supply the festival with the volunteer toilets, showers and office space.
Chris Sales Fork Lift Truck Training Ltd, Cambridge
A team of professional trainers bring their mobile fork lift truck training centre to the festival site each year, ensuring the volunteers on our site team are fully trained and qualified.
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.
Arena supply the festival with the main beer stillage and fencing services.
John Anderson Hire, St Albans, Hertfordshire
John Anderson have provided the toilet facilities and cleaning services for the festival for many years.
Stuart Group, Attleborough, Norfolk
Jesus Green doesn’t have mains electricity. Stuart Group supply a number of generators to keep the lights on.
Rentafridge supply cold rooms, fridges and chilled display counters.
Aggreko Great Yarmouth
Aggreko supply chillers and pipework to help keep our beer in pristine condition.
Advance Portable Roadway, Bicester
Advance Portable Roadway supply much of the roadway used around the festival site.
Steelshield, Ashbourne, Derbyshire
A leading supplier of temporary fencing, Steelshield provide fencing to keep our site secure.
C J Overy Transport & Crane Hire provides essential logistics and transportation support to the festival. They ensure the offices and equipment containers are transported in a timely manner and are accurately arranged on site.
Welch’s Transport, Duxford, Cambridge
Welch’s Transport have been a very long standing supplier to the festival. Each year they expertly arrange to collect and later return all the CAMRA owned equipment that the beer festival borrows from the CAMRA HQ in St. Albans. In recent years Welch’s Transport have utilised the latest in double decker articulated trailers to ensure maximum efficiency and reduce our carbon footprint.
Amey Environmental Services, Waterbeach
Amey work with the festival to help make it as green as possible, providing a variety of bins and skips to allow waste separation for recycling.
National Radio Bank, Bourne, Lincolnshire
National Radio Bank provide the festival with the communication systems we need to keep the festival running.
Elavation supply us with access equipment.
Ashtead Plant Hire, Cambridge
Better known as A-Plant, they provide the festival with a range of manual handling and access equipment.