01:14AM, Wednesday 06 June 2012
Musical talent of all ages abounded when residents of three roads held their diamond jubilee street party.
They all lived in Woodhurst Road, Derek Road and Frances Avenue in the Riverside area of Maidenhead.
Former councillor Pam Proctor joined three others as the Old Codgers to present some old music hall songs.
Jazmin Barker, 11, sang Tomorrow from Annie.
Organisers of the street party included Ashley Bull, a musician himself who sings and plays piano as well as running the Denmark Studio in Cordwallis Road.
Wendy Ward, who has sang at his studio, also entertained on Saturday while enthusiastic saxophonists played as the appropriately named Basically Saxaphones.
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