A VARIETY of festivals and community events are set to take place this year in Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead.

We've put together a list of five events that are happening in the area that you may want to pop along to.

Clewer and Dedworth Easter Community Fair

Date: Saturday, April 9

Times: 11am to 2pm

Where: The Pirate Park

The Easter fair will feature market stalls, a bouncy castle for children, an Easter egg hunt and a petting farm for all the families to enjoy.

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Let's Rock The Moor!

Date: May 21 2022

Where: Cookham

Event features plent of 80’s acts, entertainment for children, a circus, street entertainment, food stalls and some special surprises.

The 2022 line up includes Wet Wet Wet, Squeeze, Tom Bailey, Nick Heyward, Go West, Jason Donovan, Sonique, Ottawan and more.

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Picnic in the Park ‘Rock the Rec’

Date: Saturday, July 2 and Sunday, July 3

Times: 12pm to 7pm

Where: The Pirate Park

This year’s Picnic in the Park at The Pirate Park is a celebration of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

There’ll be live music by local bands, dance groups, market stalls, food and a bar, a bouncy castle and even pony rides.

Price: £5 per person per day, children under 12 go free

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Date: Saturday, July 9

Where: Stroud Farm, Maidenhead

Fi.Fest is a family-friendly music festival that runs every year on Stroud Farm.

Headlining the main stage this year will be English rock band Reef, along with pop rock stars, Dodgy and the Hoosiers.

Other acts include The Leylines, Queen tribute act ‘Mission to Mercury’, The Brit Pop Boys, Daft and Back to the ‘50s.

Running alongside the music stage is Fi.Fest’s Kidzone, which will be packed with entertainment, rides, free shows, a sand play park and more. And keep an eye out for Baxter the T-Rex making an appearance throughout the day.

Fi.Fest organiser Lee Page said:

“As someone who works in the entertainment industry, the last two years throughout the Pandemic have been really hard.

“Being able to host Fi.Fest 2021 last year felt like a dream come true because we were finally able to bring friends and families together to dance, socialise and party.

“We were blown away by the support from the local community and the popularity of Fi.Fest means we can make it even bigger and better in 2022.”

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Maidenhead Festival

Dates: July 23 and 24

Where: Kidwell’s Park

The festival will include live music, street food stalls, a market, funfair, miniature train, inflatables, circus skills workshops and shows.

Entry is free for all the family.

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