Friday, 26th June 2015, 00:00 AM - Sunday, 28th June 2015, 00:00 AM

There will also be a separate area on the Festival Field dedicated to younger visitors. Throughout each day, parents will have the opportunity for their little ones and young adults to experience their own festival fun, with games, live entertainment and the chance to learn new skills with craft demonstrations and participation.

At the festival there will be more than 25 real ales and locally sourced, home-made and freshly cooked food.

More than 25 artists will perform on the main stage, and new to this year there will be an open mic stage located in an undercover seating area.

Any profit from the event goes towards community projects, such as the primary school, church bells and cave rescue, or held in trust for future projects.

Admission to the festival is free.

 

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