BELBROUGHTON couple Gaye and Roger Hadley are hosting another big musical bash for charity at their village farm this weekend.

The couple will be throwing open the gates at Church Farm in Bradford Lane for Musica17 which is taking place this Friday July 14 and Saturday July 15.

Hagley jazz musician Elliot Hinton (pictured below) will be among the entertainers taking to the stage at the event which will raise funds for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal, Midlands Air Ambulance, Sunfield School in Clent, Belbroughton's Animal Sanctuary and Protection and Mary Stevens Hospice in Stourbridge.

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Gates open at 5.30pm on both days and tickets cost £15 per night or £25 for both nights.

Friday night's event will kick off with a surprise start at 7.30pm and the evening will include performances by Kidderminster's Offmore School Choir, Elliot Hinton and Walsall based Rod Stewart tribute act Gary Pease.

Saturday night's show will feature Gary Barlow tribute artist Darren Williamson, Hagley Catholic High School Rock Band and six-piece covers band Blind Lemon from Worcestershire.

For advance tickets or more details go to or call Gaye Hadley on 01562 730539.

Those attending can order a picnic platter from Ye Olde Horseshoe Inn in Belbroughton by calling 01562 731663.