Jon Underwood. Slough Town FC vs Havant and Waterlooville FC Slough Town Football Club, Arbour Park, Stoke Rd, Slough
A new carpet at the library in 1983 meant staff having to remove 35,000 books from its shelves. 129819-1
Able seaman Simon Horsley is welcomed back from the Falklands in 1982 by his wife Elaine and mum Rachel. 36334-34
Cleaning ladies Daisy Tilbury 78, right and her sister Mary Hine, 80, saw of burglar at Maidenhead Conservative Club in 2000.
Dave Roberts, landlord of the Bridge House in Paley Street, sat in a bath of beans for 24 hours in 1989 in aid of Comic Relief.
Eighteen-year-old Debbie Chew in 1983 was the first woman in Berkshire to be accepted for training as a firefighter. 130073-1
Ernest Tyrell, manager of Sainsbury's new store which opened in 1980. It was the chain's biggest store in Berkshire. 32397-7a
Frank Bough tries out Maidenhead's first cash point in 1969 with bank managers Tom Sutton (left) and Mr HD Jones. 13334
Identical twins Liam and Aaron Lynch, six, both broke their collar bones in separate incidents in 1994. 57600-29
People of all ages and from all walks of life helped create a unique photographic record of Maidenhead
Reporter Yasmine Kartal really getting into a story about the introduction of wheelie bins in 1986. 44193-6
Robin Borwick from Ruffs Orchard Stud gets a goodbye kiss from one of his donkeys before it was shipped of to Canada in 1967. 11276
Shop assistant Francis Bates, 16, tries out a giant tennis racquet from the display window of The Sportsman
Stephen Calcutt (6ft 7ins) and Mathew Angel were among Redroofs Theatre School pupils appearing on TV in 1973. 20621
Stuart Lilley at Boyn Hill Road house where the Spice Girls lived for several months as their record company groomed them for stardom.
The 5th Maidenhead accepted its first three girls -Stephanie Carlton, Joanna Carlton and Gemma King, in 1994. 57414
The mayor and other dignitaries receive a preview of the new Tesco store before it opens in 1974. 23081-15a
Timothy Garside, Michael Williamson and David Keen have fun in Cannon Lane after heavy snow in 1962. 7254B
Wooburn Green inventor Tommy Hancocks demonstrates his prototype motorised rollerskates in 1970. 15288
A selection of Life is Local photos from The Maidenhead Advertiser 150th Anniversary book 'Days Gone By'