Lady Rose entertains the crowd. 080717JW5-2
Lady Rose entertains the crowd. 080717JW5-2

Abba tribute act Waterloo headlined BFest, which returned to Bingham on Saturday.

The event, the third of its kind organised by the town sports club on Butt Field, featured a mixture of bands from the East Midlands.

Sophy Spicer and Natalie Ward. 080717JW5-3
Sophy Spicer and Natalie Ward. 080717JW5-3

There were two stages — the main stage and a second featuring acoustic artists and local up-and-coming acts.

The White family. 080717JW5-4
The White family. 080717JW5-4

Other activities included funfair rides, face-painting, food stalls and outdoors bars.

Emma Harrison, Jodie Cox, Megan Dye, Olivia Dye and Freya Stubbs. 080717JW5-7
Emma Harrison, Jodie Cox, Megan Dye, Olivia Dye and Freya Stubbs. 080717JW5-7

Butt Field Sports Committee is responsible for the upkeep and development of facilities at the site, which is used by youth and senior football clubs and the cricket club.

Festival-goers enjoy the good weather. 080717JW5-9
Festival-goers enjoy the good weather. 080717JW5-9

Money raised from BFest will go towards the upkeep of and improving the facilities for the 400-plus children and adults who use them.