REVELLERS will be able to enjoy watching movies beside the River Thames while drinking cocktails and Prosecco again this summer.

Festival Prosecco in the Park has announced it is returning to Abingdon's Rye Farm Meadow for three nights from July 19.

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This year organisers are promising a larger outdoor screen, plus new cocktail, craft beer and gin bars to accompany the Prosecco bar.

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Matt Bates, event Organiser and Abingdon resident said: “After last year’s success we wanted to bring Prosecco in the Park back to Abingdon as our first priority.

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"We’ve invested heavily in a much larger screen as well as building three of the most incredible bars on the boutique festival scene – The Cocktail Box, The Craft Beer Bunker and the all-new Gin House."

He added: "We also listened to our audience from last year and will now include a heap more Street Food outlets as well as a lot more cover for people should they need shade from the summer sun (or liquid sunshine!).

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There will be eight screenings for all ages, including Bohemian Rhapsody, A Star is Born and Mary Poppins Returns.

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General admission tickets start at £10 for adults with children 12 and under free.

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