ALL is set for Tenbury’s big music weekend.

The mid-summer music Festival in its fourth year is the town’’s bid to create its own mini Glastonbury in the Teme Valley.

As England doggedly make progress in the World Cup the organisers of Tenbury Music Festival are watching events with more than usual interest.

The Lightning Seeds are topping the festival’s bill on Saturday.

Their previous Number one hit of exactly 20 years ago, 3 lions, is getting numerous plays on the radio – it was even the record choice of football commentator John Motson on Desert Island Discs on the BBC.

“It’s a fantastic coincidence that the Lightning Seeds signature tune of the 3 Lions “Football’s Coming Home” is getting so much air time just prior to our festival,” said Graham James, the Music Festival Director.

“We are hoping England is still in there, it’ll be a great day and we are hoping to raise significant funds for our nominated charity Teenage Cancer Trust.”

Music will be played on two stages with performers from the local area and other parts of the country.

It is hoped shops, restaurants, pubs, hotels and bed and breakfast accommodation will benefit from an influx of visitors to the town. There is also camping on site.