09:40AM, Monday 19 September 2016
There was a country feel to the town centre with the return of the Maidenhead Town Show.
A range of stalls offering handmade gifts, artisan foods and art were set up in the High Street.
Shoppers were entertained by music on a stage by the Boy and the Boat statue.
Performers included Joanna Henwood, Tara Deane and the Elite Academy of Dance.
Inside the Nicholsons Centre were competitions in categories including jam, cakes, knitting and crafts.
Judging the photography class was Peter Morgan, chairman of the Maidenhead Camera Club.
He said: "There is a nice range of entries from young people and adults.
"It's the first time we have been to the show but I think it is really good for the town so I hope to see it grow."
The event is in its third year and organised by Deborah Jones from the Craft Coop.
Volunteer on the day Maria Evans described the organiser as a 'whirlwind of organisation'.
"She is passionate about crafts and about the town centre," Maria added.
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