A CARIBBEAN festival with a difference helped raise awareness of prostate cancer testing.
The Racehorse in Warwick hosted a three-day festival where revellers could enjoy a jerk barbecue, steel pan music and a number of stalls.
But the main cause was to encourage men to have a free prostate cancer blood test. Volunteers nurses from the Graham Fulford Trust were on hand to carry out the free test in a bid to cut the number of people at risk of developing prostate cancer.
Visit psatests.org.uk to find out more.