People attending a Suffolk festival are being warned of delays when travelling to the event due to roadworks. 

Organisers of LeeStock in Long Melford, near Sudbury, are advising attendees to leave with extra time and car share to the event. 

Bull Lane will be closed near the A134 Melford bypass between Saturday, May 25 and Saturday, June 1, with the festival taking place this weekend.

A spokesman for the event said: "Works will be completed by 6pm each day, so departing from LeeStock should not be impacted.

"However, please consider this road closure when planning your arrival at the festival, allow plenty of time, and please be considerate of the village and its residents, our neighbours, at all times.

"Limited car parking is available on site but we do encourage car sharing wherever possible.

"Despite the best efforts of all concerned, we have been unable to delay the works, so we do ask for your consideration and cooperation throughout the weekend."

LeeStock is held every year in memory of Lee Dunford, a 21-year-old musician from Sudbury who died of a brain tumour in 2006.