Gallery: Crowds out in force for Leestock festival at Melton Hall

The LeeStock music festival in the grounds of Melford Hall in memory of Lee Dunford. Benjamin Bloom

The LeeStock music festival in the grounds of Melford Hall in memory of Lee Dunford. Benjamin Bloom on stage. - Credit: Archant

The sun shone and the music played at the annual Leestock festival over the weekend.

Now in its sixth year, the two-day music event was held in the grounds of Melford Hall for the first time and attracted more around 800 people each day.

The festival raises money for the Willow Foundation in memory of Sudbury musician Lee Dunford who died of cancer in 2006.

This year’s line-up included 1990s indie bands Toploader and Space.

Organiser Peter Keogh, said: “To sit in the grounds of a National Trust property listening to great music is just exceptional. I think we’ve found a home for the festival.”


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