Tributes have been paid to a father-of-two who died after a crash in Kent.
Teacher Stephen Adams, 34, was killed in the accident on Seven Mile Lane near Wrotham Heath on December 13.
In a statement released by his family, Mr Adams, from Paddock Wood, was described as a well-respected teacher who had a passion for football coaching.
Officers from the Kent Police serious collision investigation unit are continuing to appeal for information about the incident, which happened near to the Comp Lane junction. Two vehicles were involved, a blue Nissan Navara and a silver Ford Fiesta, which was being driven by Stephen.
Brian Wilson, the co-founder of the Beach Boys has been announced as one of the headline acts at this year's Hop Farm Festival.
James Blunt, Caro Emerald, Paul Carrack, Squeeze and The Feeling will also play.
Last year's event was cancelled in May last year because of poor advanced ticket sales and fears of substantial losses.
It's now been revived with a new promoter and will run from July 4 - 6 July at the Hop Farm in Paddock Wood in Kent.
Organisers of the festival added that anyone who had already bought a ticket would receive a full refund from their ticket agents.
A statement issued on behalf of promoter, Vince Power, said: "We've worked very hard to try to make it work but it's proved too much a of mountain to climb and despite fighting hard...based on poor ticket sales and the forecast selling rate substantial losses would be made.
"It is a surprise for us that after 8 weeks of heavy marketing and with such a great bill that we have to cancel, though we are convinced this does not reflect on the artists, it highlights the poor economic climate."
Organisers of this year's Hop Farm Music Festival have announced that this year's event has been cancelled.
The Hop Farm is currently mothballed for the winter season and not open for business.
It's unclear how many staff are employed at the site near Tonbridge. A spokesman declined to comment on any possible job losses.
A spokesman for the Hop Farm at Paddock Wood has told ITV News Meridian that the business arm of the attraction has currently ceased trading.
He added that it is contacting suppliers to warn them of their difficulties.
In recent years the Hop Farm Festival has attracted some major names including Prince, Bob Dylan, Peter Gabriel and Sir Bruce Forsyth.
According to its website, there are still plans for the festival to go ahead in 2013 although the line-up has yet to be announced.
A first tranche of tickets to be released has already sold out