Yateley Sausage & Cider Fest

May 25th & 26th, 2024

Sean Devereux Park, Yateley
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Back for 2024!

We're excited to present our second Yateley Sausage & Cider Fest, which will run at Sean Devereux Park in Yateley across two sessions on the evening of Saturday 25th May & afternoon of Sunday 26th May, 2024.

You can expect 15 lip-smacking ciders, and a delicious variety of sausages - plus live music at each session.

The first festival sold out within days, and there are a limited number of tickets available again this year, so be sure to secure yours!

Food & Drink

Sausages from Reeves Butchers

Tokens cost £1 each and are non-refundable:

  • Sausage in a roll: 3 tokens
  • Soft drink: 1 token
  • Half pint of cider: 2 tokens
  • Pint of lager: 5 tokens
  • 125ml of wine (limited selection): 3 tokens

Live Music

Saturday Evening

Music starts at 18:30:

  • Details coming soon

Sunday Afternoon

Music starts at 13:30:

  • Details coming soon

Finding Us

The festival is held at the Yateley United Community Centre, in Sean Devereux Park, Yateley, North Hampshire - which also plays home to Yateley United FC. Yateley town centre is around a 10-minute walk away.

The full address is Sean Devereux Park, Chandlers Lane, Yateley, GU46 7SZ.

Car Parking

There is free car parking on-site, and space to drop off and pick up. You can leave your car overnight as long as it's collected by midday the following day. Your vehicle is left at your own risk.

Public Transport

Stagecoach operates the 'number 3' bus service that runs through the centre of Yateley, connecting the town to Camberley, Frimley, Mytchett, Ash Vale, Ash, and Aldershot.

The nearest train station is Sandhurst (Reading to Guildford line), which is approximately a 30-minute walk. Blackwater station is too far away for most to walk, but is handily located next to a 'number 3' route bus stop.


Here are a few local taxi services - please bear in mind these aren't recommendations:

Unfortunately, if you're used to services like Uber/Bolt/Ola, they don't yet operate regularly in the area.

Common Questions

Find answers to the questions we're asked most often.

How much are tickets?

If you purchase a ticket online in advance of the session you'd like to attend:

  • Adult 18+: £6
  • Under 18 (Sunday daytime only): £FREE

If any tickets are left on the day, the 'on the door' ticket prices are:

  • Adult 18+: £7
  • Under 18 (Sunday daytime only): £FREE
How much are drinks and food?

Food and drink are paid for using tokens:

  • Sausage in a roll: 3 tokens
  • A soft drink: 1 token
  • A 1/2 pint glass of cider: 2 tokens
  • Beer (limited selection): TBC
  • Wine (limited selection): TBC

Tokens cost £1 each and are non-refundable.

How do I pay for tickets, drinks and food?

There is very limited cash on site, so please pay by card wherever possible.

Drinks and food are paid for using tokens. The tokens can be purchased near the festival entrance, using a debit/credit card.

What's included in the ticket price?

Adult tickets include entry to the festival for one session, and a souvenir plastic glass (one per session).

Junior tickets (Sunday daytime only) only include entry to the festival.

Can I keep my plastic glass?

Yes, please take your plastic 'glass' with you as a souvenir! Any glasses we have left over are donated to local good causes and businesses.

Do I need to print my ticket?

No. We have a ticket scanner on-site, all we need is a copy of the ticket on your phone.

I've lost my ticket, what do I do?

Please visit this page, where you can retrieve your tickets using an email address or phone number.

If you've used the tool and still cannot retrieve your tickets, please send an email to tickets@sausageciderfest.co.uk.

What is the age limit?
  • Saturday evening session: 18+ only
  • Saturday daytime: No limit (children must be supervised and are not allowed into the bar areas)
Can I bring my own chairs?

There is seating on-site, but you are welcome to bring your own.

We can't take any responsibility for the seating you bring with you in the event of damage or loss.

Can I park my car on-site?

Yes. There is limited parking on-site, but the capacity has proved more than sufficient in previous years.

Please ensure you collect your car by midday the following day.

Unfortunately, we cannot take any responsibility for the security of your car.

Can I bring my own food & drink?

You cannot bring alcoholic drinks or food for your own consumption to the Festival. This applies to both admissions and re-admissions.

Can I bring my dog to the festival?

Yes, you're welcome to bring dogs with you as long as they are kept on a lead in the festival area.

How can I advertise at or sponsor the event?

Given a good cause is at its heart, sponsors are an essential part of the festival's success.

If you'd like to advertise your business, please email hello@sausageciderfest.co.uk.

How can I volunteer to help?

Volunteers are an essential part of the festival, and we're always appreciative of more help!

If you'd like to offer your time, please email hello@sausageciderfest.co.uk.

A Community Project

In its first year in 2023, the Yateley Sausage & Cider Fest became another key fundraising event organised by Yateley Sports Community Interest Company (YSCIC). The festival itself is always run solely by a relatively small team of hard-working and often thirsty volunteers.

YSCIC is a not-for-profit community-inspired initiative, set up locally for the benefit of the local community. YSCIC also organises two other community projects - Gig on the Green and the Blackwater Valley Cask & Cork Festival.

Organised by a group of Yateley residents, the CIC's primary function is to raise enough money to build a sports & wellness facility for local residents, based around the local football club (Yateley United FC) - something that is now well underway. Notably, in 2014, YSCIC also completed the purchase of Sean Devereux Park in Yateley.

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