05:02PM, Monday 18 July 2016
An afternoon of live music in the park was enjoyed by families on Sunday as the Maidenhead and Windsor Rock Choir performed its end of term concert.
The groups took to the bandstand in Windsor’s Alexandra Gardens, in Barry Avenue, to perform nearly two hours of songs, ranging from Katy Perry to Queen.
The choir puts on an end of term performance each year but took it outside for a free event this year to give a chance for everyone to enjoy the songs and discover what it is all about.
Choir leader, Glen Harvey, said: "The Rock Choir is for anyone, of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.
"We're very lucky to be on the bandstand, it is a beautiful bandstand. There are a lot of friends and families of members here but also people who have just walked passed and stopped.”
The group also used the event to raise £919.77 for the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service.
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