This year’s Pub in the Park’s drive in Garden Party in Henley will have ‘pedestrian passes’ for those who don’t wish to drive to this year's event.

The passes will see up to 10 people enjoy live music and the food that will be on offer in their own private garden party enclosure, without the need of a designated driver.

The Pub in the Park’s drive in Garden Party in Henley has been organized by Marlow chef Tom Kerridge and his team.

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Chris Hughes, CEO at Brand Events said “We’ve had a fantastic response to those wanting to come to Pub in the Park’s drive in Garden Party this year, but we kept facing the same question – what do we do if we don’t want to drive?

“So, you asked, we listened and now we can offer walk-in tickets and we couldn’t be happier.

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“It is set to be an unmissable event this summer!”

On arrival, guests will be guided safely to a walk-in, socially distanced private garden.

Each private garden has been designed for up to 10 people, with each visiting party having a private enclosure.

The event in Henley will take place between September 4 and 6, at the town’s Temple Meadows.

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