A fun-filled festival will be held in Egremont this weekend to raise money for Calderwood House homeless hostel.

The third annual Calderfest takes place at Egremont Castle on Saturday and organisers say it's going to be the best one yet.

Throughout the afternoon there will be live music, food, sumo-wrestling, a bouncy obstacle course, gladiator podium, treasure hunt and over 20 food and craft stalls.

Organiser Carla Munkley, support worker at Calderwood House, said: “Egremont has always been a great supporter of Calderwood, so it’s great to be able to give something back while raising funds to help support some of the most vulnerable in our community.

"It’s a chance to celebrate in one of the most beautiful historic settings Egremont Castle, and we want as many people to join us. There is something for everyone.”

Rachel Holliday, company director, said: “Since Calderwood House opened it has helped over 170 people, but we can only do this with the support of the local community.

"Calderfest is one of our ways to say thank you and for us to enjoy ourselves at the same time. Come and join us - it's going to be a great day.”

Calderfest will be held from 12pm until 5pm and is free to attend.