This year’s Pub in the Park Drive in Garden Party in Henley will be the first time the popular food and music festival will take place in the south Oxfordshire town.

And due to the pandemic, those at Pub in the Park have teamed up with the Henley Festival.

This means, for every ticket sold, Pub in the Park will donate £3.50 to the Henley Festival, to help support and ensure the survival of the event and charity.

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This year’s Henley Festival was postponed following the ongoing pandemic.

Of the partnership, Tom Kerridge, who has two restaurants in Marlow, said: “We have always been huge fans of Henley Festival and the Pub in the Park team have loved partying there over the years.

“They’ve done amazing things for the local town and we want to do what we can to support the event.”

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This year’s festival in Henley will take place between September 4 and 6 at the town’s Temple Meadows, with the likes of the Kaiser Cheifs, Groove Armada DJ, Squeeze and Gabrielle with support from Becky Hill, Scouting for Girls, Stereo MC’s, Soul II Soul Sound System and Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club.

At the three-day festival, food by the likes of Tom Kerridge, Atul Kochhar and Paul Ainsworth will also be on offer.

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