Chart-topper Gabrielle Aplin will head the line-up at this weekend’s Betsey Wynne drinks festival in Swanbourne.
The singer who is currently promoting her single Sweet Nothing, hit the No1 spot with her cover of The Power of Love.
While at the watering-hole, she will also present a donation of £3000 on behalf of the Betsey Wynne to the deserving and pioneering Medical Detection Dogs charity – beneficiaries of this weekend’s sup-tastic event.
And there will be plenty to choose from at this drinks festival – with 24 local and national cask conditioned ales and more than 15 British ciders and gins all ready to tempt you.
“We hope lots of families will come for some fun in the sun,” pub manager and festival organiser Ashley Sutherland said.
“Good music, good fun, good company – what more could you ask for of a summer weekend?”
Other artists ready to play for you on Saturday include The Hallelujah Trails, Dana Immanuel, Wes Finch, Palmerson, The Folly Brothers and Merrymouth.
A Bank Holiday weekend stretches out ahead (hurrah), which means you can kick back and enjoy things that bit more.
>On Saturday night, MK Social invites you to enjoy its Bank Holiday special in the company of Dean Oakley, Ashley Kellett, Joe Ensall and Simon Ekins.
The house music hurrah will welcome you between 10pm and 4am.Make the most of the long weekend, folks.