It has been confirmed the Three Valleys Festival will be back for 2015 on Saturday 6th June, hardly a surprise given how it has been a hit from day one and grown in popularity over the years it has run! Three Valleys is an almost unique event – a multi venue beer festival with a free bus service linking all the venues every half hour. The festival buses link the venues over three routes, all of which commence from Dronfield railway station, so to take part simply catch a train to Dronfield (10 minute ride from Sheffield) and within no more than 10-15 minutes you will be on a bus to a pub! The buses will run from midday until 11pm. All the participating venues will have an extended beer range, there will also be cider, food and live music to be enjoyed. As well as the bus service running free of charge, all the venues will offer free entry so all you have to pay for is what you eat and drink. 2015 will see the biggest and best festival yet. 18 venues are involved and will be making an effort to do something special. In addition for those wishing to stop over, camping will be available at two locations – Barlow Brewery and the Miners Arms in Hundall – and rooms are available to book at the Manor House Hotel in Dronfield. The participating venues this year are: Barlow Brewery (Barlow) Castle Inn (Bradway) Coach & Horses (Dronfield) Dronfield Arms (Dronfield) Green Dragon (Dronfield) Hyde Park Inn (Hill Top) Jolly Farmer (Dronfield Woodhouse) Manor House Hotel (Dronfield) Miners Arms (Dronfield Woodhouse) Miners Arms (Hundall) Royal Oak (Coal Aston) Shepley Spitfire (Totley Rise) Three Tuns (Dronfield Hallowes) Travellers Rest (Apperknowle) Talbot Arms (Dronfield Woodhouse) Tickled Trout (Barlow) Victoria (Dronfield) White Swan (Dronfield) Look out for news over the coming months as to what each venue are planning or watch the festival website – www.threevalleysfestival.org.uk.