BACK for its third year, organisers of the Littledown Food & Music Festival promise plenty of “home-grown culinary delights, a wide choice of stalls selling food from around the world, live music, activities, arts and crafts”.

Colette Kiernander, BH Live’s divisional general manager said: “We hope everyone enjoys the variety of food, music and stalls on offer this year and a fantastic day is had by all.”

Highlights include an international street food corner offering treats from Vietnam, Turkey, India, Mexico, China and North America, a hog roast, wood fired pizza, wild game burgers and stalls selling local cheeses, homemade artisan breads, sauces and preserves.

For those with a sweet tooth, there will be homemade cakes, crepes, waffles, shakes and handmade fudge and there will also be locally brewed ciders, ales and a gin bar selling regional favourites.

There will be live music throughout the day, kicking off with three-piece ukulele band The Mother Ukers, followed by Clockwork Jukebox with an eclectic mix of classic and contemporary hits. Brass Monkeys will close with a rock and soul set.

For younger visitors there will be Get up and Bounce inflatables, face painting and body art. Jules the Entertainer will be stilt walking, balloon modelling, showcasing circus skills and performing magic shows. The Altitude High Ropes Adventure, the children’s playpark, paddling pool and leisure centre will also all be open as usual.

* The fair at Littledown Park is on Sunday, June 23 from 11am to 5pm. Admission free, but some activity charges will apply. Get updates about Littledown’s food & music festival on Facebook and find out more at