05:02AM, Wednesday 14 August 2013
A live performance from the band Toploader drew a Family Fun Day at Royal Windsor Racecourse to a close on Monday.
The event included a seven-race card as well as cheese and wine tasting, a fun fair, a visit from children's TV favourite Rastamouse, and more.
Rebecca Joy, executive director said: "We've had a great two days of racing here and really enjoyed being able to cater for everyone across both days offering a wide range of activities and entertainment during the races.
"The live music was a great addition to the evening on Monday and really added a party atmosphere on the Paddock Lawn."
Pop band Scouting For Girls will be performing at the final summer fixture on Saturday, August 24.
Visit www.windsor-racecourse.co.uk for details.
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