11:02AM, Sunday 07 April 2013
The colours of India are set to brighten the High Street and the Nicholsons Centre in Maidenhead once again.
The popular Fuhaar Indian Market returns on Saturday, June 22.
More than 7,000 people visited the event when it was held outside in September, and so this time it will take in the shopping centre as well.
As well as the previous schedule of arts and crafts stalls, food and culture, there is set to be a Rangoli art competition, a fashion show with traditional Indian dresses, and prizes for the best-dressed visitors matching the theme of Indian wear.
Organiser Renuka Tank said: "I would like to thank the Maidenhead Town Partnership, the Nicholsons Shopping Centre, the Maidenhead Advertiser and beloved Maidenhead community for such support, enthusiasm and immense response to the event."
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