What's on this Sunday
Today Victoria Park transforms into Valhalla with stalls, entertainment, food outlets and a chance to see inside narrow-boats of old.
The festival concludes with the traditional duck race that will see more than a thousand plastic birds vie for dominance to win their sponsor a prize.
Festivities start from 10am, with the official opening at 11am and expect to finish around 5pm. Everyone is welcome to the free event.
Also on is a cleverly adapted and critically acclaimed children’s stage production of Aesop classic The Town Mouse and The Country Mouse.
Can the urban dwelling rodent adapt to life in the countryside? Find out at the Highclere Village Hall at 2.30pm. Tickets cost £5 for EWS members and £6 for non-members.
Newbury Rugby Club will also be raising money to beat cancer with a 5km run starting from Monk’s Lane from 10am and is open to boys and men of all ages willing to give up an afternoon for charity.
For motoring enthusiasts the West Berkshire Cruisers meeting event is being held at G7 Car Security and Audio Specialists on Hambridge Road, Newbury. The meet and greet promises souped-up cars to whet your petrol-head appetite and starts at 4pm until 11pm.
And finally, by the time you read this Didcot A Power Station should be rubble but in case you missed the demolition in the early hours of this morning you can read more about it and see the latest videos on our website.