Music and festival fans will be able to enjoy a good day out in Cheshire this month – and it will only cost them a fiver.

Fun in a Field For a Fiver returns to Wrenbury ​for the ​fifth ​time, after the first event was held in 2015 with a mission statement to enable everyone – regardless of budget or transport constraints – to have the opportunity to experience live music at a picnic concert.

A spokesman for the festival said: “We sell wristbands for just £5, which entitles the purchaser to eight hours of live music, with nothing else to pay, should they wish to bring their own picnic.

“There is however, a licensed bar and barbecue on site if members of the audience wish to purchase their own refreshments, and as the performance area is next to The Cotton Arms pub in Wrenbury, where there is also an opportunity to sample their extensive menu.

“The new landlords Jamie and Karen Hunt are looking forward to their first ‘Fun in a Field’ as they are great supporters of community events.”

The event, on Saturday, June 22, starts at 2pm with local band Four Vets and a Blacksmith, and ends at 10pm following two hours of great music from the headline act Wayne and the Hairy Peaches, who always give a great performance and get the audience on their feet.

All acts, with most of them local to Wrenbury, will be donating their time and talents free of charge, so that any profit made can be split between three charities: The Wingate Centre, Wrenbury Village School and the Friends of St Margaret’s Church.

Wrenbury has a long tradition of hosting community events and this year promises to be another great day to remember.