A COMMUNITY project has been busy hosting a family Easter day out with a range of activities.

The Sanctuary Barn in Moor Lane, Binfield organised the Easter party on Saturday, April 13.

Attendees were able to enjoy a range of activities including an Easter egg hunt, the chance to meet peter rabbit, parades, live music and face painting.

More than 400 people came to the fun day, which was a new record for the barn.

Kate Cook, owner of hat shop Vandalised with Love, located in the barn, said: "We hold Christmas, Easter, Summer and Halloween.

"Usually welcoming about 100 families, however, this last Easter event proved very popular indeed and our car park and cafe was overflowing. We think we had around 400 families this time. Certainly a record. So far the feedback has been amazing."

The barn is a non-profit-making community project with a café, offering workshops and selling local produce to help small businesses get off the ground.

Kate also runs the Facebook page and helps promote the barn.

She added: "We have a few other small businesses on site, a dog groomer, Reiki, fruit and vegetables, local beekeeper, crafter's, pet supplies, beauty salon etc."

For more information, visit: https://the-sanctuary-barn.business.