MUSICAL entertainment promises to hit the right notes at this year’s Wigginton Festival.
Glastonbury may be over but there will be a treat for the ears on offer this Saturday with a bumper 10 bands taking to the stage throughout the day.
Other attractions include a farmers’ market, children’s rides and activities, a classic car display and for the first time, a Spitfire fly past.
Tring Brewery and local pub The Greyhound will be serving up real ale and there will be a barbecue and cream teas on offer.
Organisers say this year’s festival, being held at Wickfield Meadow, Wick Road, from midday to 10pm, will be the best yet.
Entry costs £5 for adults, £2 for children and over 65s and under fives go free.
All proceeds from the day will go to the Friends of St Bartholomew’s, a group that works to preserve the village church, and the Tring-based Iain Rennie Hospice at Home.