Music festival attracts all ages

Enjoying the musical entertainment are, from left, Victoria Woodward with Daughter Hannah Woodward, seven months, Nicky Noo, Andrew Woodward and Ben Woodward, 11 Photo: SM270811-252js

Enjoying the musical entertainment are, from left, Victoria Woodward with Daughter Hannah Woodward, seven months, Nicky Noo, Andrew Woodward and Ben Woodward, 11 Photo: SM270811-252js

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BANDS performed to about 400 people during a music festival at the weekend.

The fourth Bythams Music Festival took place at the Willoughby Arms in Little Bytham on Saturday.

A wide range of bands who played to the crowds on two stages with different music to suit all tastes.

The line up for the main stage was Pearl Handled Revolver, The Beautiful Sleazy, Centre Excuse, Black Russian and Blues Volcano.

On the acoustic stage there was Bombdog, Front Porch Preachers, Tawny and the Owls and Acoustic Affinity. The music coincided with the pub’s beer festival too.

Patrick Candler is chairman of Bythams Music which organised the music event. He said the voluntary group, which organises music events for the area, is really grateful to the pub for allowing them to hold the event.

Mr Candler of Castlegate, Castle Bytham, said: “We all had a really good time and lots of people enjoyed themselves. We had people of all ages come along, from babies to the elderly.”

Mr Candler thanked everyone who supported the event. The event also fundraises for charities, but the amount raised is not yet known.