Friday & Saturday 27th & 28th Feb 2015
11.00am to 11.00 both days

Friday Evening Tickets Now Sold Out. Still Available For Saturday Evening
Just been announced that Network Rail is planning Engineering Work on Saturday 28 Feb. Means very likely replacement bus services on Marks Tey to Sudbury Line. Full details on their website HERE
To assist Travellers to the festival on the Saturday we are running a mini-bus service from Chelmsford & Witham all afternoon and Evening. There is also First Group Bus Services From Colchester and Halstead until late Evening which is probably a better option than the Rail Replacement Bus Service. Details of First Group (and Hedigham Omnibus) Colchester - Chappel and the Chelmsford & Witham minibus service click HERE

The Winter Festival, a smaller version of the renowned September Festival. Held in the characteristic Goods shed at the museum, which gives the great atmosphere (and some heating). 60+ beers plus a selection of ciders & perrys.
Transport to festival is easy with Train Services to Chappel & Wakes Colne Station on the Marks Tey to Sudbury Line. Easy Main Line Connections at Marks Tey to London, Colchester, Chelmsford and all parts of East Anglia.

Following comments recieved back from last year, that it was a bit quiet in the evenings, we have for the first time at the Winter Festival live music both evenings.
Both bands played, and recieved great acclaim at the festival last September.
Friday Night the Illicit Band
Saturday The Banterjacks

Looking for details of the summer festival click button
The Chappel Beer Festival is Organised by the Essex branches of CAMRA as a fund raising event on behalf of the East Anglian Railway Museum (EARM)
The EARM is a Registered Charity (No 1001579) devoted to the collection, preservation and display of Railway items and equipment from through the history of East Anglian Railways.
CAMRA 230 Hatfield Road, St Albans, Herts. AL1 4LW www.camra.org.uk
EARM Chappel & Wakes Colne Station, Chappel, Essex. CO6 2DS www.earm.co.uk
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