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.
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