A HEADY mixture of cider and folk music proved a hit for the second year in Ilfracombe.
The three-day cider and folk festival, organised by the Landmark Theatre, celebrated great music and the region’s favourite tipple.
There were 14 ciders from across Devon on offer during the weekend event, which also featured entertainment for the children.
Charmain Lovett from the Landmark Theatre said the festival was enjoyed by all.
She said: “Everyone who came along had a great time and they all enjoyed the music, so much so that the acts playing were all surprised at how many of their albums they sold after their sets.”
“The weather was as unpredictable as ever but it actually added to the whole autumnal feeling and our guests were suitably warmed by roast dinners and the homemade cottage pie and apple crumble were particularly popular.
“We were only a sofa and a duvet away from a perfect Sunday afternoon spent indoors!“
Around 750 pints of ciders were sold at the festival, along with a couple of barrels of ale provided by the Forge Brewery who are based in Hartland.