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My First Class 2020

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Seasonality, Queen Street, Maidenhead New shop owners, Wesley and Francesca Smalley


Michael Bell, store manager of Feng Tech mobile phone repair shop in the Nicholsons. Non-essential shops reopening this week.


The council will be suspending two parking bays in Bridge Street to allow Strawberry Grove and Emmanuelas to serve people outside from next week. L-R Lily Warman, Marta Downs, Stuart Downs (owners of Strawberry Grove), Tegan McCartney


Staff in the pub garden at the Pinkneys Arms. First day(s) of pubs reopening. 1 Lee Ln, Pinkneys Green, Maidenhead L-R Tina Jones, Mo Laazizi, James Thornhill L-R (front) Holly Hayward, Thomas Holland


Car parking pay machines, and signs for the RingGo parking payment system, Maidenhead RBWM has scrapped the 20p charge for parking using RingGo.


High Street, Maidenhead. Now that the non-essential shops are back open


Black ribbons on lampposts in Old Windsor Tied black ribbons to lampposts in Old Windsor to mark the news that Prince Philip has died.


The Wraysbury Drain. This drain may be finally unclogged after two years waiting. The Wraysbury Drain is over two miles of very ancient and legally protected watercourse Windsor Road, Wraysbury

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Peascod St, Windsor Now that the non-essential shops are back open.


Coppermill Rd, Wraysbury – some barriers have been put in as a traffic calming measure.

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People visiting Windsor Castle as the sad news that Prince Philip, Duke Of Edinburgh has died was announced today. 9.4.21 Photos by Ian Longthorne

Mallett Football Club Cycle

Timmy Mallet and friends are cycling from MUFC today to football clubs in Reading, Oxford and Wycombe to thank them for keeping us entertained during lockdown. L-R Terry Byca, Reverend David Joynes (Holy Trinity, Cookham), Timmy Mallett

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Police presence in the run-up to Prince Philip’s funeral. Windsor

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There has been some wildflower planting, the clearing of scrubs and verges, the planting of a new hedge 300m in length. Views of nearby landmarks such as Cliveden House and Lord Boston’s Folly have been opened up by this work. Tom Copas, Mount Farm and Nigel Findlay, Hindhay Farm