GLASTONBURY may not be going ahead this year, but there is a new - and free - music festival coming to Somerset this coming Sunday.

Seed - an Arts Council-funded initiative designed to get more people involved in the arts and cultural activity - is inviting residents to join in the fun around Sedgemoor for the inaugural Front Garden Music Festival on Sunday, June 6.

Around 20 local acts will be performing in their front gardens and at venues including The Cobblestones Pub in Bridgwater, St John The Evangelist Church and the Coopers Arms in Highbridge, and the Crown at Catcott.

Seed director Scott O’Hara said: “Although life is becoming a little more normal across the UK, opportunities to celebrate and enjoy the summer remain few and far between, and paying gigs for local artists are even rarer.

"But, across Sedgemoor this weekend, local artists will be coming out to play!

"As part of the Front Garden Music Festival they will literally step out of their front doors, set up in their front gardens and perform for neighbours and passers-by.”

The event will kick off at 11am, with the Little Big Horns playing outside of The Engine Room - Seed’s headquarters - in Bridgwater.

They will process down High Street to the Cornhill, then down Fore Street to the Eastover Bridge.

Running into the evening right across Sedgemoor, organisers promise music to suit every taste, with all performances completely free.

The event will be livestreamed across Seed’s social media channels, for those who are not near a performance, and the full schedule can be viewed here.