A local football club are holding their annual fundraising event for for the third year in a row next month.

Sporting Weston's family festival, Sporting Fest, will take place on Saturday 12 August, between 12:30pm and 11pm, at Kewstoke Village Hall.

The event will see a number of stalls open from and is accessible to people of all ages and there are three bars open, including a rum shack and converted horse box spirits bar.

Food and drink will be sold by We Meat Again, Toots Pizzeria as well as plenty of bakery items, pancakes, sweets, soft drinks and ice creams.

There will also be live music from five local acts, Hovis, Fantastique, Jo Malik, Station 2 Station and Holly Simpson Music.  

There are three different types of tickets, a day and night ticket for £15, evening ticket from 5:30pm for £7.50 and is free for people who are 17 and under.

Secretary Gary Booth said: "Sporting Fest has been running for three years - each year we have tried to make it bigger and more enjoyable.

"We have some great music, family activities and games for the day.  In the evening we have three further incredible acts for the adults as well as a three fully licensed bars."

Sporting Weston formed in 1998 and the new season will be the club's 25th and have five adult sides and eight youth teams.