03:09AM, Tuesday 28 August 2012
Having fun was the theme of the day at the 78th Littlewick Show yesterday.
Thousands descended on the Braywick showground, off Ascot Road, to enjoy the biggest one-day event in Maidenhead.
Not even the lack of sunshine could prevent veteran exhibitors and youngsters from enjoying themselves.
Pam Buckley, who has been attending the event for the past 13 years, entertained children - and adults - with her 'Circus Whiz' workshop.
Bob Hughes, of the Austin Seven Owners Club, helped bring together a collection of 300 motors in a vintage car exhibition with owners competing in 18 different classes.
Other entertainment included ferret racing, a mobile farm, charity stalls and a children's playground. Live music was provided by The Maidenhead Concert Band.
Among the visitors was Maidenhead MP Theresa May, who spent time watching the different events during the afternoon.
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