02:15PM, Tuesday 03 May 2016
Families and friends took to the Phipps Close recreation ground in Woodlands Park on Monday to take part in May Day Mayhem.
People of all ages from across the Woodlands Park area took part in the event, which set up tents and activities across the ground on the bank holiday afternoon.
Those attending enjoyed a number of different games, including water balloon volleyball and a pretend sword fight.
A birthday card for the Queen for her 90th birthday was also signed by those who came, which will be presented to her at a later date.
It was organised by Woodlands Community Events, a group of local residents which looks to foster stronger ties in Woodlands Park.
White Waltham St Mary’s Church Vicar David Andrew, 54, who chairs the organising committee of Woodlands Community Events, said: “It is a gift to the local community.
“The idea is to build relations and a community in the Woodlands Park Area.”
Marina Poza, 40, who brought her children Oliver, nine, Isabel, eight, and Emilia, four, to the event, said: “It is lovely. We come every time.”
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