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Pub in the Park offers thousands of free tickets to key workers

The Pub in the Park, the UK’s largest food and music festival, is offering 8,000 free tickets to key workers as part of the ‘Many Thanks’ initiative.

Led by Marlow resident Tom Kerridge, the event will tour the UK before concluding at Higginson Park for a four-day event from September 16-19.

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Each location has 1,000 free tickets designated in an effort to thank key workers who have gone above and beyond during the pandemic.

Members of the public can now nominate local key workers to receive a pair of free tickets to the Pub in the Park festival this summer.

From NHS workers and caregivers to refusal teams, teachers and cleaners, all critical members of our communities will be eligible for nomination.

There are also 200 tickets per event reserved for personal nominations.

Tickets are allocated on a first come, first served basis, with Pub in the Park working with NHS trusts, emergency services and local people and organizations to allocate these tickets.

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Tom Kerridge said: “The key workers have been the real superheroes of this pandemic, and we want to say thank you by offering 1000 free tickets per region we visit so these superstars can let loose while enjoying the awesome music. and lush food. ”

Greenall’s, the original London dry gin, will also support the initiative by offering a free drink to every ‘Thank You’ ticket holder at selected events.

They said: “The past 18 months have been incredibly difficult for communities across the UK and our frontline workers have been just amazing throughout.

“No one has ever deserved a good G&T and a good knee in the air so much, so we are thrilled to support Pub in the Park’s ‘Many Thanks’ initiative and look forward to seeing everyone at the bar this summer !”

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