THE Graze Festival returns to Twyford on Sunday.

The home-grown music and food festival is once again ready to rock.

Headlining the main stage this year are ska and reggae sensations The Beat, featuring Ranking Roger and his son Ranking Junior. The band have eight top 40 hits to their name, including Mirror in the Bathroom which reached number 4 in the UK charts back in 1980.

Joining them at the top of the bill is Toyah, famous for her hits It's A Mystery and I Want To Be Free. She has appeared on TV in everything from Doctor Who to Loose Women. She was even in the film Quadrophenia and is currently filming the sequel.

Quirky and entertaining performer John Otway is rock n' rolls biggest failure, but don't let that put you off! Famous for a 70's TV appearance in which 5.5 million viewers saw him crash-land on his testicles, John has spent 35 years touring the world.

They are joined by a host of local talent, including Luna Rivers, from Twyford itself, alongside Lilo's Wall, Polly and the Billets Doux, Flight Brigade and many more. Last year's hits The Lucky Strikes are making a popular return and local sensation DJ Super Kat is also back from last year by popular demand.

The day also benefits local good causes, with the 2015 festival raising more than £10,000 for local groups and charities.