AN ARTS centre in Maidenhead is joining in the Platinum Jubilee celebrations with an outdoor extravaganza.

Norden Farm Centre for the Arts will mark Her Majesty’s 70-year reign with its event, Lovely Jub(i)lee: Come Together, on Saturday, June 4.

This free event, from midday until 4pm, will be full of music, dancing, market stalls, food and drink.

Slough-based drumming group Dhol Collective will be entertaining the crowds with its live music.

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Gurdev Lota, of Dhol Collective, said: “Dhol Collective, students and senior team are very excited to perform a Drumming Extravaganza with 20 of our Dhol drummers for the Jubilee celebration at Norden Farm.

“We look forward to raising the roof at Norden Farm in Maidenhead with plenty of uplifting Dhol rhythms and even some Dhol fusion to popular music to get attendees clapping & dancing. Let's get ready to d-rumble!”

The Ceilidh Liberation Front band will lead an outdoor ceilidh bringing dance for all the family.

And there’ll be free kite making workshops from Community Kite Project, where children and families can create Patang Kites – the Indian Fighter Kite.

In the run up to the day, Norden Farm is running workshops with local community groups including Achieving for Children and The Young Carers.

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And it has worked with award-winning community arts charity Same Sky and local artist Aysha Khan to create festival flags which will decorate the site on the day.

Other Jubilee celebrations at Norden Farm include a screening of Elizabeth: A Portrait In Parts on Saturday the same day at 2pm.

And a portrait of Her Majesty The Queen and an exhibition from The Dash Charity called Home is Where the Heart Should be will also be on display.