11:00AM, Sunday 11 December 2016
Everything from samosas to clothes and toiletries were on sale at a special Christmas fair.
The event, held at Maidenhead Town Hall, in St Ives Road, on Friday, December 2, saw dozens of women running stalls selling a range of goods and other treats.
It was organised as part of the Innovation Project run by the Royal Borough and charity Family Friends.
The scheme, which has two hubs, one supporting Pakistani families in Maidenhead and another in West Windsor helping armed forces families, experiments with new methods for delivering social care and promoting integration.
Aster Khokhar, one of the programme's leaders said the project used events like the Christmas fair to improve the confidence of the people it helped.
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