04:30PM, Monday 19 September 2016
Attractions filled the Old Cricket Common for the annual Cookham Dean Village Fete.
Old and young gathered on Saturday for an afternoon of fun which included a dog show and funfair.
There were performances from Peter Ripper's Maidenhead Concert Band and newly formed ukulele band the Cookham Cluckers.
In the village hall there was also a flower and craft show and photography and art exhibitions.
A craft tent, introduced last year, was expanded and included children learning how to knit.
Organiser Pam Forrester said: "It was a really mixed event which was great.
"Everyone from young to old was there, the dog show was great, it is always a great draw, it attracts the crowds."
Money raised from the fete will be split between a range of local charities, including Rivertime Boat Trust, Thames Hospice and People to Places.
More than 50 street parties are set to take place this weekend across the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead and the surrounding areas.