Published on 31st May 2018

Young girl in a blue shirt wearing upside-down glasses. A small child is behind looking over her shoulder and block of flats is in the background

This Saturday (2 June) will see the third year of the community music festival hosted by the SPTM Big Local and Littleseeds Productions.

This free event, which has found its home at the Gas Green Baptist Church and Gas Green Youth & Community Centre, Baker Street, Cheltenham, will open from 11am. Local artist and group performances include Mike Adcock, Oynx Band and Zaphire’s Parent Choir - and workshops on how to play a Ukulele will take place throughout the day.

Nicole Warfield of Littleseeds Productions and organiser of the event, says: “This is an open, welcoming event for all the family. If you want to try your hand at something new or have an appreciation for local music talent then this event will not disappoint. We are lucky enough to have secured some incredible acts for the day.”

David Manohar, local resident and chair of SPTM Big Local, added “This is a coming together of fantastic music and the community. Each year this event showcases the amazing local talent and we hope, inspires the next generation!”

For media enquiries contact Laura Carter, communications officer for Cheltenham Borough Council, telephone 01242 264154, email [email protected]

Notes: The St Peter’s and The Moors (SPTM) Big Local is a resident-led group that brings together and harnesses all the local talent, ambitions, skills and energy from individuals, groups and organisations who want to make their area an even better place to live. It is supported by Cheltenham Borough Council.