A DAIRY farm's plan to host an open air cinema and live music as well as sell alcohol has received objections from concerned neighbours.

Churchfields Farm in Salwarpe near Droitwich wants a new licence so it can host a twice-yearly open air cinema.

The well-known dairy farm has also asked for permission to play music and host live music indoors and outdoors as well as sell alcohol and late-night refreshments as part of events.

The application has attracted some objections from neighbours who have said they are concerned by noise and the potential nuisance caused by selling alcohol.

Neighbour Leanne Fox said allowing a large screen to show films late into the evening would have a "huge impact" on her family's quality of life and she had already made complaints regarding noise and had to shut her windows in the summer.

She said despite being a long-time supporter of the dairy farm and its expansion, she was concerned a late-night open air cinema coupled with alcohol would be too noisy and disruptive.

Pam and Simon Lilley said the application had too many "ifs and buts" and needed restrictions in place to protect their quality of life.

The farm has asked for permission to play films on Saturday and Sunday between midday and 11pm, play music and host live music between 8.30am and 11.30pm every day.

The farm also wants to serve late night refreshments between 11pm and midnight between Monday and Saturday and sell alcohol between 8.30am and 11.30pm between Monday and Saturday and between 10am and 11.30pm on Sunday.

Churchfields had a licence granted in 2017 for part of the farm but wants to extend the boundary. The old licence would be scrapped if a new one was granted.

The application also calls for an extension of the licence boundary.

Hindlip, Martin Hussingtree and Salwarpe Parish Council also raised concerns about the application.

Wychavon District Council's licensing subcommittee meets on Wednesday (September 25) to decide.