THERE were great scenes last weekend as a micro-festival took to the Hampshire countryside.
Off the Hook Fest, which took place at the Fox and Goose pub near Odiham, welcomed around 400 music lovers to a “non-stop” music festival on Saturday.
Nick Bone, who organises the festival with his wife Ali, said: “It went really well, it couldn’t have gone much better.
“There was ten acts in total but it was quite family friendly.”
Amongst the non-musical attractions was a face painter, bouncy castle and a play area.
Nick says that he’s already looking ahead to 2020, but says he will “keep the small, family friendly atmosphere”.
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