CokerFest Past Years

To date, CokerFest has raised over £11,100
for charities!

Review 2017

The CokerFest team with Victoria Poole, Community Fundraiser for St. Margaret’s Hospice

£7,284 raised for St. Margaret’s Hospice 2017

Here’s some of your memories from a great night, courtesy of
John Snelling (Studio Elite), and
Chloé Pollard (Chloe Pollard Photography)

John Snelling


Reckless closing the night


Turnette Doone


The Axemen of Reckless




Pure Joy


Hi Mum!




Happy Days


Microlight opens up the evening


Lime Lovelies


Chloe Pollard

Lionstar – The Roar!


… and the Star!


All of you!


Moxx plays The Live Lounge!




The JW Beer Hat!


The Day Job!


The calm before the storm!


Where’s Wally?


“We Love you, Scotland!”


Just Rock And Roll!

Review 2016

We are delighted to announce that CokerFest 2016 raised a stunning £2,451.31 for St Margaret’s Hospice, so a big THANK YOU to all.


St. Margaret’s Hospice has been at the heart of Somerset’s community for over 35 years, delivering high quality, responsive and compassionate care to patients and their families facing a life-limiting illness. Read More…

A BIG thank you to all our sponsors in 2016. We had a sell-out event and raised a staggering £2,451.31 for St Margaret’s Hospice!


Performers gracing our stage in 2016 were;

Chill, White Station, Powercut, Nasty Habits and Out Of Order.

cf-7Of course, the ever-popular JW Beer Engine was back literally bigger and better! The bar has grown by a few feet!  We didn’t run out of Tonic this year either. Jon and the team were pouring beer so fast that the massive coolers struggled to keep up, however the bar team won the day with record sales for our small festival.  It was generally agreed that no-one had worked so hard as the bar crew did on the 9th of July 2016.

The bands went down a storm, we had no medical emergencies and the car-parking was very well run by Janie and Poppy.  The food was piping hot and delicious!  What’s not to love?!

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Review 2015

We are proud to announce that our 2015 event raised over £1,400 pounds for charities, including St. Margaret’s Hospice, Yeovil Rugby Club and The Air Ambulance.

Ticket sales were good, with strong sales on the gate. There was no trouble for the security or incidents for the medics. Car parking was smooth and well managed with no complaints.

Everyone loved the bands and the food went well all night. The bar did great business – nearly ran out of tonic but was well handled by Jon and the team.

Well done to all and thanks to everyone who made our inaugural event the success that it was!

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Longlands, East Coker, Somerset, BA22 9HN