The event was a great success once again. More than 800 people turned out to support the event and enjoy live music from local bands, including Phoenix, Take Phat and The Quayz. The festival was held at the top of Frodsham Hill, which provided an amazing backdrop overlooking the Mersey estuary and the Welsh hills.
Local band The Quayz take to the stage
The event has been a staple in the local calendar for the last nine years and has helped to raise money for a variety of local causes, including schools, scout and guides groups, youth clubs, community groups and a local hospice. The 2018 event, which will be the final festival, raised an excellent £12,483, which brings the total amount raised since the event’s inception to over £100,000!
For more information on the event and the local charities and causes it has benefited, please visit the event website.