01:03AM, Monday 02 September 2013
The fourth annual Larchfield Festival held in Desborough Park, Maidenhead yesterday saw a number of new additions to its line-up this year.
Organised by the River Church, an art exhibition in Larchfield Community Centre and a dog show were just a couple of the new events that took place.
Musicians from the church joined the list of live acts performing on the stage throughout the day.
Organiser Dave Vann said: "It is going great. This is the fourth year we have done it and each year more people come down, more people get into the spirit of what we are trying to do."
There was also a pamper tent, sports, games stalls, face-painting and arts and crafts among the activities on offer.
Mr Vann added the festival was a point in the year where people can get together and celebrate what is good about Larchfield.
The group runs a number of activities for Larchfield residents in the community centre, including the Larchfield Ladybirds playgroup, meals for residents and a coffee drop-in.
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