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Pub landlord stages ‘Nige-fest’ festival for people called Nigel as nearly 400 turned up


A pub landlord attempting to stop Britain from running out of Nigels staged a festival for men with the name – and almost 400 turned up from as far away as the US, Zimbabwe and Nicaragua.

Nigel Smith, 59, held ‘Nige-fest’ last night – and saw 372 Nigels turn up for an evening of Nigel-themed refreshment. 

The entertainment was provided by musicians called Nigel, and attendees brought photo ID and signed the ‘the book of Nigel’ kept at the Fleece Inn in Bretforton, Worcestershire.

Nigel came up with the idea after the name became officially extinct according to new birth records in 2016 and 2020.

Hosting Nigel said: ‘It was absolutely brilliant. We had a fantastic time.

Last night's 'Nige-fest' - a festival for people called Nigel - saw 372 Nigels turn up at the Fleece Inn in Worcestershire for a pint

Last night’s ‘Nige-fest’ – a festival for people called Nigel – saw 372 Nigels turn up at the Fleece Inn in Worcestershire for a pint

Pub landlord Nigel Smith, 59, hosted Nigel night after becoming worried the name would die out

Pub landlord Nigel Smith, 59, hosted Nigel night after becoming worried the name would die out

Left to right Nigel Smith, Nigel Smith, Nigel Smith and Nigel Smith pose for a photo at Nigel night

Left to right Nigel Smith, Nigel Smith, Nigel Smith and Nigel Smith…



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