PUNK princess Toyah Willcox will be headlining this year's much-anticipated Mr Tee in the Park event in Kidderminster.

The St George's Park festival in honour of late Horsefair record shop owner Francis Terry Thomas, also known by many as Mr Tee, returns for its third instalment on Sunday (August 22).

There will be free events taking place all over the weekend in the Horsefair, Broadwaters and Greenhill area of Kidderminster.

On Saturday (August 21) there will be activities, stalls and entertainment at Springfield Park from 11am until 4pm, including a performance from the Black Country Beatles.

The official opening of the Horsefair clock will also take place at 4.30pm in the afternoon. There will also be a free buffet and live entertainment on the night at both the Peacock and Blue Bell Inn.

At Mr Tee in the Park on Sunday, acts including James Baker, The Stiff Joints, The Fun-keys and Big Q Fish will take to the stage. The event starts at 12 noon.

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Headlining the show will be punk rocker Toyah, known for her eighties hits It's a Mystery, I Want to Be Free and Thunder in the Mountains.

Committee member of the community group Horsefair and Proud and organiser of Mr Tee in the Park Dawn Anglin said she was "really pleased" to be able to book Toyah for the event.

She said: "That was a nice achievement. We worked hard to get that in place. I'm quite excited about it."

The first festival was held in 2017 after the popular Mr Tee died following a battle with cancer.

Dawn added: "It's to celebrate the life of Mr Tee who was one of the founding members of the Horsefair and Proud Group.

"When he passed in 2017, that's why we started doing it. We wanted a tribute to him.

"It's a celebration of him and all those who live in Horsefair."