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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.


White Waltham CofE Academy, Waltham Road, White Waltham. Year 4 Jessamine Werner 9yrs outside the school. Jessamine has started a petition which her school mates have all signed – for cars to slow down outside the school. L-R Orla Reeves 8, Evie Porter 8, Jessamine Werner 9, Niamh Gregory 9, Daisy Freebody 8

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Slough Windsor and Maidenhead Samaritans are encouraging people to beat the winter blues by getting together for a warming cuppa on Brew Monday. Samaritans volunteers will be at Slough train station chatting to commuters and handing out free PG Tips tea bags so they can enjoy a brew with someone and share the warmth.


Edie Trevor, 12, places a stone on the board. Go tournament. Whitebrook Park, Lower Cookham Road, Maidenhead.


A dancer performs a dance at the Pongal Vizha festival at Holyport War Memorial Hall, Moneyrow Green, Holyport Maidenhead.


Maidenhead Library. Maidenhead’s Big Read have announced that Dame Katherine Grainger has agreed to become Patron of Maidenhead’s Big Read (literary Festival)

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Conningsby Lane, Fifield Conningsby Lane which is flooded.

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Family Friends support families in Windsor and Maidenhead and are struggling to get enough financial support. They have offices above the Lawns Nursery School, Imperial Road, Windsor Simon Foy

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High Street still closed after roof fall. High Street, Slough

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Slough Store and Halal Meat. 267 High Street, Slough


Wessex Primary School is holding a fundraiser for the efforts in Australia. As it will be nighttime/summer in Australia the children are invited to either wear their pjs or summer clothes to school. St Adrians Cl, Maidenhead

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Lakeland, Windsor Yards, Windsor. Lakeland is closing at the end of this week. Also shops which have closed in Windsor and some shots of people shopping.

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Slough High Street. Debenhams is closing this week.


Photos of the River Thames for a story on unlicensed boats in the Thames.

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Barrie Mair and Clive Lattimer who are members of the Wooden Spoon charity which initiated a research project, funded by the Wooden Spoon, which has seen students from UCL and Imperial College London make a piece of technology which will help children and adults with disability control their devices.