02:12PM, Monday 01 June 2015
The sun was out in full force at the third annual Windsor Community Day.
Families gathered at Batchelors Acre with children able to enjoy face-painting and a Mad Hatter's Tea Party at Windsor Library while parents could get crime prevention advice from the Thames Valley Police Central Windsor neighbourhood team.
Windsor Street Angels and the South Central Ambulance Service also had displays.
The event, which ran from 10am until 3.30pm, is organised by Thames Valley Police and the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, with the aim of showcasing charities and organisations to the wider community.
"It has been absolutely fantastic," said PCSO David Bullock, who organised the event.
"There has been a lot of people here and a lot of families.
"It helps the police build links in the community and introduces members of the public to a number of charities and organisations."
The event took place in Saturday, May 30.
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