10:06AM, Monday 22 August 2016
The magic of cinema came to Kidwells Park as Maidenhead at the Movies returned this weekend.
From Friday until Sunday, the park was transformed into an outdoor cinema which four films being shown each day.
The free event is run by Enjoy Maidenhead.
Aside from sitting back and enjoying a movie, visitors could also wander around a number of stalls or have a go on one of the fairground rides.
Jeff Lloyd, who hosted the event, said: "The whole event is weather dependent so unfortunately on Friday we had a bit of rain but that didn't put too many people off.
"We have had some excellent feedback from people who said the film choice was excellent."
Across three days families could enjoy a blockbluster line-up, including Zootropolis, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Inside Out.
Jeff added: "It's a great event for families and really promotes the beauty of Kidwells Park.
"It is ideal for those with young children, especially youngsters who don't have high concentration levels and can't sit still for very long as they can enjoy playing in the park.
"It is one of my favourite events in the whole calendar."
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