Manchester Beer and Cider Festival

Did anyone on this ng visit MBCF at its new venue this year? Any comments?
I ask as a volunteer at the event, who only really experienced Friday night and Saturday afternoon. And different people have different expectations of festivals. -- Joyce Whitchurch, Stalybridge, UK =================================
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joyce.whitchurch
> Did anyone on this ng visit MBCF at its new venue this year? Any > comments? > > I ask as a volunteer at the event, who only really experienced Friday > night and Saturday afternoon. And different people have different > expectations of festivals.
Sorry, no. I had intended to go, as the new location is much more convenient, and TBH I found the cycling quite distracting.
-- Bah, and indeed, Humbug
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One interesting bonus from booking Manchester Central is a time lapse video . This shows (very rapidly) the process of setting up, drinking up, and tak ing down. Eight days of work are condensed into five and a bit minutes. Her e's the link: .
{Every night you'll see something that looks a giant paintbrush going over the floor. It is of course a cleaning machine.} -- Joyce Whitchurch, Stalybridge, UK ========================= ========
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> One interesting bonus from booking Manchester Central is a time lapse > video. This shows (very rapidly) the process of setting up, drinking up, > and taking down. Eight days of work are condensed into five and a bit > minutes. Here's the link: > . > > {Every night you'll see something that looks a giant paintbrush going > over the floor. It is of course a cleaning machine.}
I see they managed to russle up a few more tables on the 3rd day! Spacing out the bench tables might be a thought for next year. -- Bah, and indeed, Humbug
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> > I see they managed to russle up a few more tables on the 3rd day! Spacing > out the bench tables might be a thought for next year.
If the finances allow it, I think we'll be taking more space next year. What you see in the video is only half the hall. -- Joyce Whitchurch, Stalybridge, UK =================================
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joyce.whitchurch
> One interesting bonus from booking Manchester Central is a time lapse vid eo. This shows (very rapidly) the process of setting up, drinking up, and t aking down. Eight days of work are condensed into five and a bit minutes. H ere's the link: . > > {Every night you'll see something that looks a giant paintbrush going ove r the floor. It is of course a cleaning machine.} > -- > Joyce Whitchurch, Stalybridge, UK
That is really good. I have shared it on BookFace.
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