CAMRA Kernow will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year during The Falmouth Beer Festival, which will return once more to the Princess Pavilion.

The Cornish branch of the Campaign for Real Ale, has been protecting and promoting the county's pubs whilst promoting real ale, cider and perry, and the county now hosts more than 600 pubs, and more than 40 breweries and 20 cider producers.

The festival will feature more than 250 real ales from breweries and microbreweries across the country, including plenty of local ales. Within the cider tent there will be more than 70 ciders and perries and a range of bottled beers, continental bottled beers and wines.

Souvenir glasses will be available at the entry desk, and there will be live entertainment on Friday and Saturday.

The festival runs from October 19 to 21, and will be open on the Thursday from 8pm to 11pm, and the Friday and Saturday from 11am to 11pm.

Admission is £10 which includes £4.50 worth of tokens, entry fee, a festival glass and festival programme for non-members, and CAMRA members will receive an additional £1.50 worth of tokens.

A £1 refund is available on return of each undamaged festival glass. Additional tokens can be purchased at designated points throughout the festival venue and all unused tokens can be redeemed for full face value.