Arborfield Green celebrated its first ‘end of summer’ event with community stalls, drinks, food and musical guests. On Saturday 31st August, the crowds gathered on the cricket green to soak up some music with their Pimms and Siren Craft beer.
Stallholders played games on the green with residents as the locals got to know their community groups. Nightingale Fields resident Aaron Bond kicked off the music with his band Dacoda, followed by acapella all-female choir The Barberettes.
Saving the day with a last-minute stand-in, Paul Wilson was next up to impress the crowds with some soulful tunes. Jake Reynolds then took to the stage with his guitar and some impressive vocals, followed by Abi Powell who stepped away from running the PA system to perform her own set. The evening was closed out by the entertaining tunes of the Grand Old Uke of Dork and his ukelele.
Sammie Bryans, Development Director for Crest Nicholson said:
“It was great to see so many families on the green for our end of summer fete. Lots of our community groups showed up to support, including all three incident support vehicles from Berkshire Lowland Search and Rescue! Our musical acts were a great way of bringing the community together and our Events Committee did a great job of putting on a celebration of the Arborfield Green community.”
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