'Set out your stall at this year's Maidenhead Festival'.
That's the rallying cry from the event's organisers to charities, sports clubs, businesses and community groups which they want to be a part of this year's festival.
"Maidenhead festival is the major town event of the year and we'd love the whole town to be a part of it," said Esther Brienza, who is organising the stalls at the festival, which takes place in Kidwells Park on Saturday, July 26 and Sunday 27.
This year's pirate-themed event promises two packed days of family-friendly music and entertainment. Attended by thousands of people, it is the perfect opportunity for groups to raise awareness of what they do.
"Applications for non-food stalls are invited from large and small businesses, sports, community and social groups, clubs, societies, schools and churches," said Esther.
"Whether you'd like to raise funds, recruit new members, or just show the town what you do – we’d love to hear from you!"
For more details and to book a pitch go here.
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