THE first Binos Live community festival takes place at Stirling Sports Village tomorrow.

The event, which will combine football and music, will take place on Sunday and has been organised by Stirling Albion FC in association with the Scribber's Picnic.

Funds raised from the festival will go towards charity and supporting the work of the football club's junior academy.

Singer Greig Taylor, from St Ninians, will also take to the stage at the family fun day.

He said: “When I heard about Binos Live it was a no brainer for me to perform.

“I hope the linkup between Scribblers and Stirling Albion will be as beneficial to the young footballers of the future as Scribbler’s Picnic has been over the years for young budding musicians.

“It is all about community spirit and Stirling Albion and Scribblers - both stalwarts of the Stirling community - coming together is a match made in heaven.”

The day will run from 11am to 7pm and there will be a number of catering outlets, bars, stalls and children's shows.

The Scribbler's Picnic was established in 2001 following the death of Stirling musician, teacher and writer Graham Whitelaw of cancer.

The non-profit group of volunteers host music related events in his memory of and raise funds for cancer related charities.