If you’re a fan of music you’ll definitely want to head to Hose next weekend, where a cluster of live bands have been organised.
Hose Fest kicks off on Friday night at 7.30pm, with the Mercury Queen Tribute at Hose Village Hall. They will play all the hits as you remember them.
The show will be outdoors weather permitting. Tickets are limited to 200 and are priced at £10. They can be purchased at Hose shop or via PayPal - and collected on the night - for further details email firstname.lastname@example.org
At Hose Village Hall on Saturday, from 3pm, there will be live music on the open air stage and a range of real ales and ciders in a marquee.
The line up-of local groups and singers includes the EAGA choir, Strachan Central, Faulty New Goods, Outnumbered, Mike Hill and Ross Harding.
Earlier in the day, on the village green, from 12noon will be a free traditional fete featuring stalls, children’s games, dancing, barbecue and more. There will be no gymkhana this year.
A small admission fee is charged and organisers reserve the right to refuse entry. Hot food will be served all weekend. No alcohol is to be brought on to the site and under 16s must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
For further information about the event, visit www.hosefest.org.uk