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Maidenhead Festival set to go off with a bang

Maidenhead Festival set to go off with a bang

Katherine Denham

Maidenhead Festival set to go off with a bang

An award-winning firework company will make Maidenhead’s biggest party of the year go off with a bang.

BANGING: The fireworks at last year's Maidenhead Festival. Ref: Ref:117280-170

 

Shellscape Pyrotechnics, from Butchers Lane in White Waltham, will be setting the sky alight with a colourful display from Kidwells Park.

Maidenhead Festival, previously known as Maidenhead Carnival, will take place on Saturday, July 26, and Sunday, July 27.

The free festival has a main stage and an acoustic tent for visitors to watch live music and entertainment.

Festival-goers can also enjoy a whole variety of stalls which will be in the High Street and dotted around Kidwells Park.

The aim of the festival is to strengthen charities and organisations in Maidenhead and to build community spirit.

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