The second Belford Arts Festival will take place in the village this weekend.
The event made its debut in 2017 and showcased more than 30 artists and artisans’ work in a number of venues throughout the village.
This year looks to be an even better year and the event will take place from Friday to Sunday.
Community-led activities will form the line-up, as well as artists and artisans exhibiting their work in a number of venues, with more than 45 artists taking part.
There will also be a community market, as well as live entertainment from regional musicians.
In addition, there will be Audrey, the Vintage Mobile Cinema. The last of her kind, she was one of seven custom-built in 1967 by the Ministry of Technology to tour the country.
The mobile cinema will be in Belford’s Market Square and can seat up to 24 people.
For more see www.belfordvillage.co.uk