LIMITED edition beer boxes have been made as part of an online beer festival taking place next month.

The Witney Round Table will be delivering the beers, all while raising money for local charities and youth groups.

The group runs the annual Witney Beer Festival at St Mary’s Church, and is hoping to raise £2,000 this year.

Last year, the festival also went online, with funds raised supporting prescription deliveries and home schooling equipment.

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This year, money will be donated to local food banks and homeless charities.

In the beer box will be 12 different beers from seven local breweries – Chadlington, Church Hanbrewery, Hook Norton, Little Ox, Oxford Brewery, Wychwood and XT Brewing.

The Wychwood Brewery in Witney makes the famous Hobgoblin beer, with 150 bottles donated to the beer festival.

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Jon Tillson, head brewer at Wychwood, said: “We’ve supported the Witney Round Table Beer Festival since it began in 2012 and are delighted to continue our sponsorship of the event, which has gone from strength to strength and helps bring the local community together.

“This year we’ve donated 150 bottles of our flagship Hobgoblin IPA and we hope to help relaunch the traditional in-person beer festival next year.”

This year’s event has been made possible due to sponsorship from local businesses, Parkers Properties and Print Ready.

Normally taking place over the May bank holiday weekend, it will go live at 6pm on May 1, hosted by Windrush Radio and Witney TV.

To buy the beer box, visit the Little Ox Brewery website.

Alternatively, you can also donate at: