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A festival in Somerset which was cancelled last year following unprecedented rainfall is returning on Easter Monday, and will be opened by our very own weatherman Bob Crampton.
The Mells Daffodil Festival near Frome is an annual event which has been taking place in the village since 1979. It regularly attracts more than ten thousand visitors.
As well as a dog show and an Easter bonnet competition, organisers say there will be Morris dancers, Town Criers, a chilli eating contest, circus skills, ferret racing and live music.
The festival is due to open at St Andrew's Church in Mells at 11am.
Organisers of the Mells Daffodil Festival say this year's event will go ahead in April. Last year they were forced to cancel, following heavy rainfall which saturated the fields used for the popular event.
A statement has been released on the festival's Facebook page.
It reads: "After last year's decision to cancel following unprecedented rainfall and flooding, the Mells Daffodil Festival WILL be back this year. It will be happening on Easter Monday - April 6th 2015 - so please save the date."
The festival, which has been running since 1978, is usually attended by thousands of people.
This year organisers say the popular Town Crier competition will be back, as well as a number of stalls, and an Easter bonnet parade.
Money raised from the festival will be donated to community organisations.