Tom Kerridge has apologised after Marlow’s Pub in the Park was cancelled for a second time this year.

The annual event was due to take place in May but after the country entered lockdown due to coronavirus in March, the food and music festival was moved to September.

However, in a short video that was uploaded onto social media, the chef revealed that the event has been called off due to the pandemic.

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In his video, he said: “We have been working really hard to try and find a way to host it in a safe and responsible format this September.

“But we just can’t do it within the guidelines in a way that we think would work.

“So, as sad as it is, we have made the difficult decision to postpone Pub in the Park Marlow to May 2021.


Tom Kerridge's video 

“Your existing tickets will automatically be reissued for the same day and same session next year.

“And when we finally get to do it, our plans are to host the biggest and best event yet.

“Please roll your tickets if you can.

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"We really appreciate and need your support.

“We are planning a number of smaller events such as concerts in the park, comedy weekends, and a Christmas event to entertain you and to support the town.

“More about those later.

“In the meantime, I’m really sorry, keep well and we hope to see you very soon.”

This year’s Pub in the Park would have seen the likes of Craig David, Heather Small, and Rick Astley all perform in the town.