11:04AM, Saturday 11 June 2016
Maidenhead Town Manager Steph James with Ranjana Nagi and Claudine Andrew who have helped with the organisation of the event.
Celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday in town with a free screening of the birthday parade and a variety of food and craft stalls on offer.
The Street Party, organised by Enjoy Maidenhead, will be in the High Street on Sunday from 11am to 4pm for all to come and enjoy.
The usual Shabbytique and Eat on the High Street fayres in the town on the second Sunday of every month will be back and will have a Royal theme to them. Benches will also be set out for visitors to enjoy the street food and watch the festivities.
The Trooping of the Colour parade taking place in London the previous day will be screened near the Boy in the Boat statue at the top of the High Street.
There will also be a children’s area with a bouncy castle, face-painting and various craft activities.
Steph James, Maidenhead Town Manager, said: “All the big celebrations for the birthday were in Windsor so now Maidenhead wants to do its own thing, so come and join us and enjoy yourself and celebrate the Queen’s birthday in Maidenhead.”
Find an event near you:
The Crown Pub, The Moor, Cookham from 12pm, (ticketed)
St Mary’s Church, Station Road, Twyford, church service 10.30am and entertainment from 1pm
Bridge House, Paley Street, from noon
Fifield Road, closed to traffic from 11.30am for a street party
St Peter’s Church, Church Street, Burnham, from 2.30pm
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