A MUSIC festival in honour of late TV star Caroline Flack is returning for a second year.

Flackstock — organised by her family and friends — celebrates Caroline’s life and raises money for mental health charities.

Flackstock - the music festival in honour of late television presenter Caroline Flack - will return for a second year next July

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Flackstock – the music festival in honour of late television presenter Caroline Flack – will return for a second year next JulyCredit: PA

It takes place at Englefield House, Berks, on July 24, with tickets available from 10am today.

This year’s inaugural event raised £325,000 and featured Ronan Keating, Tom Grennan, Olly Murs and Natalie Imbruglia.

Love Island host Caroline, 40, took her own life in February 2020.

The committee said: “Flackstock was an incredible way to remember Caroline, but it became so much more — a place full of joy where people felt comfortable talking about mental health.

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“There has been an overwhelming desire for us to return.”

Funds will be split between Mind, Choose Love, Samaritans and Charlie Waller Trust. Acts are to be announced.





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