En­joy World Cup in great out­doors

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Uk&world Update -

A PUB in Peter­bor­ough will give Eng­land fans the op­por­tu­nity to watch the World Cup on the banks of the River Nene.

Char­ters Bar, off Town Bridge, claims it has the largest beer gar­den in the city cen­tre, which will pro­vide the per­fect back­drop for fans to watch the tour­na­ment.

It will be show­ing live cov­er­age on a num­ber of High Def­i­ni­tion (HD) screens in its all weather mar­quee, com­plete with its own out­door bar and bar­be­cue.

Man­ager Hugh Sher­wood said: “We are very ex­cited about the tour­na­ment and we are look­ing for­ward to wel­com­ing cus­tomers old and new to our venue.

“We will be serv­ing a se­lec­tion of world beers along­side our usual se­lec­tion of award win­ning real ales, and we will be strik­ing up our BBQ. Here’s hop­ing that Eng­land can go all the way.”

The gar­den is ex­pected to be packed out on Satur­day, when Eng­land go head-to-head with the USA in their first match.

The match will be fol­lowed by live mu­sic, with sets from Jack Daw and Fuel for the Fire, while the acous­tic set in­side will start at 9pm with Dou­ble Pen­e­tra­tion.

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