RESIDENTS of south Warrington and east Runcorn are being invited to share their concerns ahead of Creamfields.

The annual music festival will once again be held in Daresbury this summer, with thousands of revellers attending from across the country.

This year’s event will be staged from Thursday, August 22, to Sunday, August 25.

Ahead of then, a drop-in meeting has been scheduled allowing residents to meet with festival organisers to share concerns and learn of what is planned this year.

Former Warrington South MP Andy Carter said: “Ahead of the Creamfields event in August in south Warrington, the organisers would like to invite you to their resident drop-in session.

“This will be held on Monday, June 24, from 6pm to 8pm at Daresbury Village Hall on Chester Road, WA4 4AJ.

“The format of the evening will allow residents to come and go at their convenience.

“The Creamfields team will showcase key information about this year’s festival, detailing the key timings of the event, improved traffic measures and changes that have been made to the running of this year’s event.

“The festival management team will be in attendance, who will be available to listen to feedback and address any queries that residents may have regarding this year’s festival.”