Classic cover songs rang out in Holyport on Sunday as The Belgian Arms pub held its annual summer party.
A host of acts took to the stage as the pub garden was transformed into a live music venue for the afternoon.
Steve Carroll, Megan Rhodes and the Skin and Blister sisters got the crowds warmed up before the Windsor-based Skin and Blister Band capped off the evening with a rousing performance.
About 300 people attended the event, which also featured a barbecue, lucky dip, raffle and jewellery stands.
In total £566 was raised at the party which will once again be donated to the Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service.
Roz Parkinson, marketing manager for The Belgian Arms, said: “People have said it’s really nice that we’ve put The Belgian Arms on the map as a music venue.
“We’ve had more people here than the last few years so I’m really delighted.”
Visit www.thebelgianarms.com for more information.
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