Maidenhead High Street was the place to be on Sunday with food and craft stalls, live music and a giant screen which had been put up especially for Wimbledon.
Eat on the High Street and Shabbytique brought shoppers into the town centre for the monthly event, which features vintage clothes stalls, charity stalls, jewellery and food .
A giant screen opposite the Boy and the Boat statue came complete with artificial grass and deck chairs so everyone could watch the sport over the weekend.
Crowds gathered on Sunday to watch Lewis Hamilton race to victory in the British Grand Prix and Andy Murray take the title in the Wimbledon men's final.
Steph James, Maidenhead town manager said: "It was a really great weekend, there was a great atmosphere in the town.
"We had the Eat on the Street, and Shabbytique events as well as fundraising going on for George Ferriman.
"There was a lot of cheering coming from the screens when Murray won.
"The next big event coming up will be Maidenhead Festival in a few weeks' time."
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