Times beer festival ticket winners

The winners of the Dereham Times Dereham Beer/Cider and Music Festival 2009 tickets are: Julian Ellis, Middlemarch Road (Dereham); Mrs K Sale, Moorgate Road (Dereham); Christabel Kiy, Theatre Street (Dereham); Nicola Steward, Swanton Avenue (Dereham); Paul Taylor, Brailsford Close (Dereham); Kathleen Parker, Westfirld (Dereham); Charleene Chapman, Helsinki Way (Dereham); Malcolm Heymer, Wheatcroft Way (Dereham); Graham Parker, Gordon Road (Dereham); Nick Starling, Northgate (Dereham); Mrs H Hewitt, Neatherd Road (Dereham); Michael Pyman, Littlefields (Dereham); Julian King, Whitby Close (Dereham); Mrs A Beasley, Wavell Road (Dereham); Colin Wright

The winners of the Dereham Times Dereham Beer/Cider and Music Festival 2009 tickets are: Julian Ellis, Middlemarch Road (Dereham); Mrs K Sale, Moorgate Road (Dereham); Christabel Kiy, Theatre Street (Dereham); Nicola Steward, Swanton Avenue (Dereham); Paul Taylor, Brailsford Close (Dereham); Kathleen Parker, Westfirld (Dereham); Charleene Chapman, Helsinki Way (Dereham); Malcolm Heymer, Wheatcroft Way (Dereham); Graham Parker, Gordon Road (Dereham); Nick Starling, Northgate (Dereham); Mrs H Hewitt, Neatherd Road (Dereham); Michael Pyman, Littlefields (Dereham); Julian King, Whitby Close (Dereham); Mrs A Beasley, Wavell Road (Dereham); Colin Wright, St Hilda Road (Dereham); Peter Morgan, King's Road (Dereham); Shaun Barker, Elmham; Denise Cooper, Gressenhall; Mrs S Howard, Mileham; Martin Lawes, Little Fransham; Esther Pettifer, Fakenham; Kevin Needham, Little Snoring; E. H. Peachment, Swanton Morley; Debra Gilding, South Green; Mrs Karen Hyam, Moorgate; Andrew Gunton, Shipdham; G Egmore, Scarning; John Barber, Toftwood; Nigel Scottow, Toftwood.

Each winner receives five tickets which will be available on the door.

The event runs from May 22-25, 11am to midnight, at the Memorial. Tickets can be bought from the King's Head and Cock Inn or on the door.


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