A two-day festival is to be held in Burton to raise money for three charities. The Washy Moshy Festival boasts everything from young musical talent and artisan food, to classic cars and bouncy castles.
Organiser and Burton resident Jodie Haynes is hoping to bring local talent to two venues on Saturday, September 2 and Sunday, September 3 in a bid to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support, RSPCA and Supporting Children with Cancer UK.
She said: "I have loved music and people all my life and I love Burton so much and if I can benefit my own life by supporting other people then why not?"
The first day of the festival will take place from 10am to 9pm on Saturday, September 2, at Burton Town Brewery, in Falcon Close. Among the highlights of the day will be face painters, food stalls, beer tent, bric-a-brac, raffle, games, cakes, treats, and a toys and baby clothes stall.
The second day will run from 10am to 9pm on Sunday, at Stanton Village Hall, in Woodland Road, Stanton. It will include a food and drinks festival, bouncy castles, food stalls, cakes, raffles, games, face painters, bar, open mic hour, and bric a brac. Admission costs adults for £1 and 50p for children.
Tickets can be booked via Facebook at www.facebook.com/washymoshy or by calling 07505 444956.