Kirkharle Courtyard, located in the picturesque Northumberland Countryside, has announced the return of its Summer Concert Series from July 12 to October 3.

The series features six live concerts in St Wilfrid’s Church, with a mix of classical, folk, traditional and jazz.

The Summer concert series has been described as “An obviously carefully thought out programme offering music for all tastes and the opportunity to sample something new".

Tickets for the series can be booked on their website for £15 per person, which includes tea and scones, as well as free parking.

Kirkharle Courtyard is a rural complex of artist's galleries, workshops, Larder, Coffee House and small businesses, managed for the benefit of the environment, local people, local businesses and visitors alike.

The Summer Concert Series is one of many events hosted by the courtyard throughout the year.

The concert series kicks off on Wednesday, July 12 with Howay the Lasses, a group who use traditional sounds and musical landscapes to celebrate the lives of strong North-Eastern women throughout history.

The Giles Strong Quartet performs on Wednesday, July 26, featuring four long established and respected musicians on the regional jazz scene.

August 9 welcomes ADLibitum, a talented and successful duo consisting of Andrea Gaijic on violin and Djordje Gaijic on accordion.

On August 23 The Belta Reivers, an upbeat Geordie folk trio, takes the stage.

The Brothers Gillespie perform on September 20 singing with great lyrical power, they grew up in the fells and valleys of Northumberland.

The Kirkharle String Quartet close the festival on October 3.