11:12AM, Wednesday 01 June 2016
There was a right royal knees up at the Queensmere Observatory Shopping Centre on Monday.
To honour the Queen’s 90th birthday, the centre in Slough High Street was decorated with red, white and blue bunting.
There was also a bouncy castle, face painting and a soft play area for children to enjoy.
Visitors could look around a royal-themed portrait display or be entertained by Dali the Clown.
Chris Shaw, centre manger, said: ‘With the proximity to Windsor Castle and obviously the name connection, the centre wanted to bring the people of Slough together to celebrate Her Majesty’s birthday in a royal fashion and provide something that all the family could enjoy.
"Everyone certainly looked as if they were enjoying themselves and got into the spirit of the event with Union Jack face painting and clothing.
“Many families stayed all day and were delighted with the activities.”
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