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Buy Now - Days Gone By

The Maidenhead Advertiser 150th Anniversary book. Order your copy online now for £9.95 including postage. Alternatively, you can purchase a book today for £4.99 from our main offices in Bell Street or from a local retailer in Maidenhead after 22nd August. Since it was first published in July 1869, The Maidenhead Advertiser has been part of the fabric of life in Maidenhead. This 150th anniversary book both tells the story of the paper and provides a fascinating glimpse into the past through the paper’s photographic archives. The centre pages are devoted to a section chronicling 150 years of the Advertiser and the colourful characters who shaped our own history. The majority of the 200 page paperback book is devoted to photos of things, events and people many of our readers will both remember and perhaps even have been a part of. These are taken from our photo archive which only really began in the 1960s after the Advertiser got its first photographic department.

Days Gone By - Photos

Photos from The Maidenhead Advertiser 150th Anniversary book 'Days Gone By' are now available to buy.

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Back From the Brink, a wildlife conservation charity, will be presented with their 25th Birthday National Lottery Award by Steve Backshall after winning a public vote to be named Best Heritage Project in the annual search for the public’s favourite National Lottery-funded projects. The first of its kind, Back from the Brink seeks to save from extinction 20 of the UK’s most endangered animals, plants and fungi. Burnham Beeches. Emma Burt (Community & Outreach Officer), Steve Backshall

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Remember When, Maidenhead Advertiser

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Windsor Monarchs vs Sussex Bears. Windsor Leisure Centre, Stovell Road Clewer, Windsor.

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Maidenhead United vs Harrogate Town National League.York Road, Maidenhead.

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Flackwell Heath vs Slough Town FC FA Cup qualifying round Wilks Park, Flackwell Heath.

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Julian Dale from the Eagle Claw Kung Fu School demonstrates Kung Fu. Maidenhead Wellbeing Festival 2019. High street and Nicolsons Centre, Maidenhead.

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Anne Turner with her flower arrangement. Sonning Village Show. Sonning C of E School, Pound Lane, Sonning.

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LtoR Camilla Conan, 10 and Lois Peek, 10, with their jellyfish umbrellas. Marlow Carnival parade makes its way from Little Marlow Road, along Spittal Street and down the High Street, ending at Higginson Park.

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Maidenhead Hockey Club Ladies 1sts vs Guildford 1sts. Altwood School Astrotuf, Altwood School, Maidenhead

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Crew Manager Simon Drew washes the first car. Maidenhead fire Station charity car wash. Maidenhead Fire Station, Bridge Road, Maidenhead.

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Suzy Kelly from Dash charity/ the freedom programme is from Burnham and is raising awareness of domestic violence.

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Magnet Leisure Centre, Holmanleaze, Maidenhead Claires Court Speech Day and Prize Giving 2019 Head Girl, Kayla Raeburn-James 17, Guest Speaker Peter Woodroffe (Deputy CEO of the Independent Schools Association), Head Boy, James Lambert 17

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Wexham Park hospital. Georgia Toffolo from Made in Chelsea will be reopening a new garden for cancer and stroke patients. Television personality Georgia Toffolo will reopen a special garden for cancer and stroke patients at Wexham Park Hospital. Dr Amir Khan from Channel 5 TV series GPs: Behind Closed Doors, current and former patients, project supporters and hospital staff.

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Slough Talking newspaper are holding an exhibition to celebrate their 40th anniversary. There’s a visual exhibition up at the library. Slough Library, The Curve, William Street, Slough