Britwell Baptist Church's third summer fete raised much needed towards the church's upkeep on Saturday, as 250 adults and children came to enjoy the music, fun and food.

Minister Gideon Reuben said: "Our aim is to help bring the community of Britwell together, to help people get to know each other besides raising funds to use for our church. We raised just over £850 from the event this year. We had around 250 adults and children in attendance and there was a celebratory atmosphere with the place decorated with balloons and coloured gazebos."

Activities for children included a bouncy castle, face painting, a balloon man making animal shapes, plus a chance to decorate a cake.

The church live band that included Mr Gregory at one point provided new songs every half an hour with guitar, drums and flute.

There was Caribbean food, burgers, hot dogs and fresh corn - even a waffle stall.

There were 20 raffle prizes and a tombola, a stall where people could get their photos printed on cups and tea shirts, hand and face massage, NHS health van and community police vans, book and plant stalls.

The church is in Long Furlong Drive.