A music festival to raise funds for children and young people with cancer is being held in Studham, Bedfordshire.
All are welcome to attend the unticketed event, which features a top line up of eclectic local bands headlined by Toffees, The Hallows and Common People.
Festival goers can feast on food and have the chance win prizes in raffles, tombolas and auction at the event, which is suitable for all the family.
Now in its fifth year the festival was originally inspired as the villagers had experienced the fantastic support that CLIC Sargent provides.
Since then it has grown in size and strength - £2,500 was raised in 2013, £5,000 in 2014, and over £7,000 last year. Now the organisers hope to smash last year’s total.
This year mum Lydia Banfield from Bedford and her son, Maxwell, who has been supported by CLIC Sargent are coming along to share their story with the crowd - asking them to dig deep to support other families like hers.
CLIC Sargent Fundraising Manager Emma Taylor said: “The atmosphere in the run up to Studhambury this year is electric! The organisers have been fantastic at putting it all together and the standard of all the performers is extremely high.
"It will be a terrific celebration for both the village of Studham and CLIC Sargent. if you love you music – you will love this event!”