Tastebuds will be teased at a very special celebration of local food, drink and crafts against the backdrop of the spectacular Jurassic Coast.

The Spring Tide festival returns to Burton Bradstock for a 10th mouthwatering year next weekend, with organisers promising 'foodie heaven' and an abundance of local producers and their produce.

As usual, there will be a variety of stallholders in the food marquee offering produce, including speciality meats, artisan bread and cheeses, handmade confectionary, cakes and locally-produced wine, cider and beer.

In the festival field there will be an eclectic mix of freshly-cooked street food and crafts, along with live family friendly music.

Sarah Kennedy, senior visitor experience officer for the National Trust’s north and west Dorset team and Spring Tide event manager, said: “We’re looking forward to welcoming lots of people, so make sure you get the date in your diary. It really is a great day out for family and foodies with a chance to experience good local food, drink, craft and entertainment in a beautiful setting.”

Spring Tide will take place on May 18-19 from 10am to 4pm.

Entrance costs £2 and is free for children aged under 12.

All proceeds go towards the National Trust’s ongoing vital conservation work in Dorset.

For more information, visit nationaltrust.org.uk/burton-bradstock.