MORE than 50 people attended a fete for residents at a Wargrave care home.
Attractions at the Mount in School Hill included stalls, face- painting and a barbecue.
There was also a display of circus skills including juggling and unicycling by the Reading University Circus Arts Society and a birds of prey display by Colin Sutherland, founder of Wings of Freedom.
Emma Fielder, home manager, said: “The weather started off quite poor but picked up and soon we had glorious sunshine so we could all stay outside.
“The barbecue was really nice and we had stalls selling hand-made crafts and knitted items.
“We had 34 residents plus relatives and all in all it was an absolutely lovely day.”