Community groups from across Slough and the Royal Borough showcased the work to do when they set up stalls in Peascod Street, Windsor.

Now in its third year, the Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead Community Initiative (SWAMI) was the biggest and best yet with 25 stalls for passers-by to visit.

Among the visitors were the Royal Borough's mayor Cllr Sayonara Luxton, who visited and spoke to all the stall holders.

Stands ranged from the Samaritans celebrating 50 years since they were founded, Relate, Royal Voluntary Services and Diabetes UK. This year’s entertainment included performances from the Dhol Collective a team of highly trained Dhol players, singer Michelle Bewley and Polish dancers

Lesna Polana.

Paul Samuels, one of the SWAMI organisers, said: "The community street showcase is going from strength to strength. We have received so many positive comments, we're delighted."

SWAMI is led by the Slough Faith Partnership, the Windsor and Maidenhead Community Forum (WAMCF) and Windsor Humanists. Its mission is bring together the three towns to strengthen friendships and promote closer co-operation.