Ye Olde Fighting Cocks coming out swinging for Meraki Festival

PUBLISHED: 10:36 26 July 2017 | UPDATED: 10:36 26 July 2017

Ye Olde Fighting Cocks sign. Photo: FRASER WHIELDON

Ye Olde Fighting Cocks sign. Photo: FRASER WHIELDON

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England’s oldest pub, Ye Olde Fighting Cocks, will be getting itself into the history books at St Albans’ youngest festival.

Ye Olde Fighting Cocks entrance. Photo: FRASER WHIELDONYe Olde Fighting Cocks entrance. Photo: FRASER WHIELDON

Beloved by tourists and citizens alike, the pub will be making a lot of new fans by bringing its best bits to the Meraki Festival.

Landlord Christo Tofalli said: “We are going to have a big marquee, and we essentially setting up the pub there.

“We are going to have a family feel, and it’s for all age groups.”

Christo has promised a selection of beers, a barbecue, and coffee brewed by Tikki Tonga coffee.

Their marquee will be open from 6am in the morning, serving healthy breakfasts, and will close at 11pm.

“There will be a real community feel as we are near to lots of the events for the kids.

“The staff are arguing over who gets to go!”

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