REVELLERS at this summer's Cowley Road Carnival will once again be able to enjoy a tranquil oasis away from the bustle of the main festival.

Mental health charity Restore has announced it will be hosting live music in its Manzil Way garden, with singer songwriter Jada Pearl returning to perform.

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There will also be drinks and ice creams sold by service users, as well as stalls selling a variety of handmade wears, crafts, books, and plants.

Every penny raised from bucket collections and selling food and drink in the family-friendly space on the day will help the Oxfordshire charity fund support for those with mental health problems.

Lesley Dewhust, Chief Executive of Restore, said: “Restore is thrilled to be hosting a tranquil family-friendly Cowley Road Carnival again this year.

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"Our garden, tucked away from the Cowley Road, is always an oasis of calm and, never more so than on Cowley Road Carnival Day."

She added: "Restore looks forward to providing a quiet space for people to get away from the bustle!”

The Cowley Road Carnival, which last year saw 50,000 revellers fill the East Oxford street, will return on Sunday, July 7.

This year's theme is space, celebrating not just the work being done by scientists in and around the city but the 50th anniversary of the moon landing in July 1969.