WOODHILL Woodstock Festival 2018 will take place tomorrow in Botley in aid of Cancer Research and The Heart Foundation.

With three stages, this family-friendly festival – now in its second year – features a selection of fringe acts and many local bands, including The Bootlegs, Trevor John Band, Eyes to the Skies, Kneeslider, Davey Jones Locker, Scarlet Town, The Jaspers and many many more.

Organiser John Seymour says: “The idea of the festival is designed to be an old style festival based on people coming together and being really friendly, plus excellent value for money.

“There is an amazing amount of things to do for the whole family and it could be said to be a like a mini Glastonbury.

“We have two main stages, a third stage in the glade for alternative acts, a buskers and poets corner, healing area with Tarot, readers, Reiiki therapists and workshops on alternative and healthy living.”

Alongside the music on offer, there will be lots of different food available, a main bar, gin palace, spirit bar, supervised children’s area for the under-8s and lots more activities to keep older children amused.

The festival runs from 10.30am until 10.30pm, with a small after party for campers, at Woodhill Prep School, Brook Lane, Botley and camping is available in the secluded and beautiful school grounds.

Tickets are priced at £10 each, or £20 with camping and under 12s go free.

To book contact the school office, most of the bands, The Admiral Drake Pub, Coffee Chi or go online at: www.wegottickets.com/f/11089.