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Cheers! Linley & Simpson raises a glass in support of Yorkshire charity’s birthday beer festival

A Yorkshire estate agency is rolling out the barrels in support of a charity’s inaugural beer festival.

Linley & Simpson is among the sponsors who are backing the fund-raiser being staged by Henshaws as part of its 21st anniversary celebrations.

More than 1,000 visitors are expected to flock to the event’s afternoon and evening sessions, which arebeing held at the Knaresborough charity’s Arts & Crafts Centre this Saturday.

They will be able to choose from an extensive selection of 21 beers, including those created by local breweries Cold Bath Brewing, Daleside, Harrogate Brewing and Roosters.

Other pints that will be pulled include an exclusive Henshaws brew specially made to mark the landmark anniversary.

Set in the centre’s courtyard, there will also be a mix of live music from local artists, locally-sourced food, a BBQ, and a raft of family activities.

All the money raised will go towards helping people with sight loss and a range of other disabilities across Yorkshire and the North of England to go beyond their expectations.

Emily Wilkinson, customer service manager at Linley & Simpson, said: “Like Henshaws, we have been at the heart of the local community for more than two decades.

“We are delighted to be a partner of its first-ever beer festival as part of our growing programme of support for charities and good causes.

“Henshaws sits in the middle of our offices located in Harrogate, Ripon, Wetherby, Leeds and York so we appreciate first-hand the positive difference its wonderful team of staff and volunteers makes to so many people.”

The charity runs a range of creative and employability workshops to promote life skills and social skills, supporting them to become more independent in their everyday lives.

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