Surrey Gin Fest is returning to the county this weekend (Saturday, September 11) with thousands of people expected to attend.

The festival, billed as the UK's largest outdoor, gin-specific event, is taking place from 12pm midday in the beautiful surroundings of Loseley Park near Guildford.

Surrey produce is at the heart of the festival, which also features other artisanal delights such as beers and sparkling wines, plus live entertainment.

The main attraction meanwhile sees the best-rated gins from around the world presented for festival-goers to enjoy at their pleasure.

Organiser David Hill said: "We've come out of Lockdown and now people want to be out and about enjoying themselves. This is the perfect opportunity to do just that.

"It's a chance to celebrate the extraordinary craftsmanship of independent Surrey, British and worldwide gin distillers with over 100 gins to try.

"There will be delicious hot and cold artisan food, captivating demonstrations on everything gin, and live entertainment."

He also urged all comers to buy tickets ahead of time with few spaces remaining ahead of Saturday.

BBC Radio Surrey and Sussex Presenter Allison Ferns hosts, while those appearing live on stage include West End stalwart Carl Patrick Morris, Take That tribute Relight, and BBC1 All Together Now's The Sundaes.

You must be aged 18 or over to attend and photo ID will be required.

To book, and for more information, click here.