A successful Wiltshire beer festival is gearing up for its biggest event yet.

Potterne Cricket Club Beer Festival saw 400 revellers for its first event in 2014, but has gone from strength to strength over the years, with 1,500 expected for its 2023 bash.

You can join the festivities at the Club House just off Coxhill Lane in Potterne on Sunday the 27th of August.

The festival organisers said they have made various improvements based on feedback given by last year's attendees.

This includes increasing their staff and bar size by 30%, which includes the bar going from two beer pumps to four.

Food providers have also been improved with more choices and better quality.

Stalls include Woodland Fire Pizza Kitchen and Pablo and Teo's The Good Food Van providing homemade burgers, toasties and light bites.

On The Rocks will also be there supplying a Prosecco bar and Hog Roast.

In addition, Gourmet Brownie Kitchen will also be taking part in the day.

Children's entertainment includes two bouncy castles, children's entertainers and face painting whilst six local bands perform day to night.

Performances begin with fan favourite brit-popper Billy Green who has now been performing at the festival for six years running. Followed by Truzzy Boys and Illingworth.

There are also two tribute bands where you can get your dancing feet moving to the Bee Gees and Elton John. 

Last year they raised £27,000 for the club which helps fund it to run throughout the cricket season. The club has also raised over £70,000 for various charities since 2015.

Gates are open from midday until 10 pm with complimentary transport to and from Devizes School.

Ticket prices have been capped the same as last year. Adults at £15, under 18s for £5 and under fives go free but they must still have a ticket.

Tickets are available via The Grove, Devizes Book Store, Gaigers and Pottern Central Shop.

For updates visit Facebook page Potterne CC Festival.