Lydiard Park's one-day music festival is set to happen in the summer..

MFor, due to be headlined by Craig David, was postponed in 2020 because of the Covid pandemic and rescheduled for July 31 this year.

Now, thanks to Boris Johnson's lockdown roadmap, the festival should be able to go ahead. 

The route out of the national restrictions includes plans to allow large events, nightclubs to reopen and most social restrictions removed no earlier than June 21.

A spokesperson for MFor said: “We were delighted to hear today’s announcement.

"Our plans for MFor are progressing well and we can’t wait to safely welcome our guests to Lydiard Park.

"We will be ensuring all government guidelines are in place to create a safe and enjoyable event.”

Acts confirmed for the main festival include Craig David, Ella Henderson and Phats & Smal. 

The organisers will also host Friday Night Sessions the day before, July 30, which will feature acts such as Five and Liberty X.