It's been a star-studded weekend in Marlow with celebs descending on Higginson Park for Tom Kerridge's annual festival.

The Pub in the Park food and musical festival kicked off in its birthplace of Marlow on Thursday May 18 with a high-energy set from Brit music royalty The Sugababes.

With cooking demos from big names Ed Gamble and Adam Purnell and Michelin-starred food stalls including Kerridge pubs The Coach and The Hand and Flowers, Higginson Park was the place to be this weekend.

The fun wasn't limited to the evenings either - on Friday afternoon (May 19), Tom Kerridge recruited radio host Chris Evans and other famous faces including Dragon's Den's Peter Jones for a charity cricket match.

Tom Kerridge's crew of chefs triumphed over Chris Evan's team, but a good day was had by all with plenty of money raised for Meals from Marlow, a charity providing free meals for those struggling amid the cost-of-living crisis.

Friday night saw The Jacksons take to the main stage for a fun-packed performance, followed by a Ministry of Sound house music disco.

And Saturday saw even more stars descend upon Higginson Park including former Eurovision contender Sam Ryder, who wowed crowds with his hit song Spaceman.

The audience were also treated to a DJ set from beloved TV duo Dick and Dom and performances from Clean Bandit and Tinie Tempah.