PEACE talks, vegetarian treats and live music will highlight this year’s Leamington Peace Festival.
The festival – which is in its 39th year – will return to the Pump Room Gardens this weekend (June 17 and 18) between 11am and 7.30pm.
There will be a range of workshops, family entertainment, stalls and live performances throughout the day.
A man who is running more than 2,000 miles in aid of charity War Child will also be finishing his run at the festival.
And for the first time there will be a point for the Warwick and Leamington foodbank where people can give much-needed donations of long life fruit juice, pasta sauces, long life milk, tinned goods and toiletries.
Director Rebecca Ashby said: “ We are very excited this year to be having a food donation point for foodbank at the information desk as we really feel like it’s time for us to help more in our local community.”
Visit peacefestival.org.uk to find out more.