GET ready to rock and roll as the Caversham Rock ‘n’ Ale Festival returns for its seventh year.

The festival will be held on Saturday July 13 at Our Lady & St Anne’s School playing fields on Washington Road, Caversham from 6:30pm until 11pm.

The evening will see performances from four local bands; Forbury, Jadey, The Skandal and Dino’s, playing a range of covers from the past 30 years.

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The bar will be hosted by The Purple Turtle who will be serving a range of local ales and craft beers along with cider, wine and soft drinks.

There will also be a Hog Roast and vegetarian chilli along with children’s entertainment.

The festival was first run in 2013 and due to its success has become an annual event sponsored by the Parish of Our Lady & St Anne’s.

As well as being a community event, it aims to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association after the death of Angela Fung in 2012, a dear friend of the organisers.

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Since its start, the festival has grown raising thousands of pounds for the charity and welcoming 500 people last year.

Tickets are £10 for adults, £5 for under 16’s and free for under 5’s.

If you would like to attend, visit or call 0118 958 4498.