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May 2019

Theresa May attends Alexander Devine fundraising ball

Theresa May attends Alexander Devine fundraising ball

Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service raised almost £60,000 at its annual Heaven Sent Ball on Friday. More than 170 friends and supporters of the hospice gathered in The Chapel at The Beaumont Estate in Old Windsor for a glamorous evening of fundraising. Among the guests was Prime Minister Theresa May, who attended with her husband Philip May. Fiona Devine, co-founder and CEO of Alexander ...

May 2019

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Costcutter, 113-117 Springfield Road, Windsor, SL4 3PZ. Opening of costcutter store

May 2019

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A planning app for a 4 storey block of flats has been approved for 157-159 Boyn Valley Rd, Maidenhead

May 2019

Headteacher heralds 'incredbile journey' as Foxborough Primary School achieves 'Good' Ofsted rating

Headteacher heralds 'incredbile journey' as Foxborough Primary School achieves 'Good' Ofsted rating

A headteacher has hailed her school’s ‘incredible journey’ after it achieved a ‘Good’ Ofsted rating after being deemed Requires Improvement two years ago. Foxborough Primary School, in Common Road, has been on the comeback trail since being placed in special measures in September 2013. It joined the Upton Court Educational Trust, now known as the Pioneer Educational Trust, in 2014 and was ...

May 2019

Eagles Netball fly high in Wycombe

Eagles Netball fly high in Wycombe

Maidenhead-based Eagles netball team won the ENG under 14s Netball Southern Championship in High Wycombe on Saturday to guarantee their place in the National finals in July. The Eagles have been soaring in recent weeks, with impressive performances across all age groups at various events and it was no different at the Southern Championships. They battled it out against 11 other sides ...

May 2019

County lines operations in Royal Borough helping to take drugs and knives off the streets

County lines operations in Royal Borough helping to take drugs and knives off the streets

Throughout last week Thames Valley Police was running a campaign to raise awareness of county lines and how drug dealing can impact on the lives of young and vulnerable people. Reporter George Roberts sat down with Sergeant Ryan Powell at Maidenhead Police Station to find out about the operations taking place in the Royal Borough.    Over the last year, the words ‘county lines’ have ...

May 2019

Theresa May announces when she will leave as Prime Minister

Theresa May announces when she will leave as Prime Minister

Theresa May has said she will step down as Prime Minister in two weeks' time. The Maidenhead MP announced the date after meeting the head of the Tory backbench 1922 Committee, Sir Graham Brady, this morning. She will resign on June 7, she said, in a statement outside of Downing Street, but remain in post until a successor is chosen from the Conservative Party. She said: "Our ...

May 2019

Three people evacuated after fire in Chalvey

Three people evacuated after fire in Chalvey

Three people were evacuated from a house in Chalvey after a fire broke out at the back of the property. Two fire crews from Slough and one from Langley attended the house in Ragstone Road at about 12.30am this morning (Friday), spending an hour on the scene. The rear of the house - which is under renovation - had caught fire, causing three occupants to be evacuated. No ...

May 2019

Papplewick School students learn about sustainability at Olympic Park

Papplewick School students learn about sustainability at Olympic Park

Year 7 students from Papplewick School spent a day at the Olympic Park to learn first-hand about sustainable and eco-friendly development. The day consisted of a visit to the Energy Centre Information Room and a tour of the Olympic Site and East village. The boys were considering the transport options and redevelopment to decide whether the area was as sustainable as ...

May 2019

Viewpoint letters (May 23, 2019)

Viewpoint letters (May 23, 2019)

‘How can Simon Dudley not have broken rules?’ Why have there been no investigations into the conduct of Cllr Simon Dudley? Last week’s Advertiser ran an article on the front page saying: “Borough leader ‘did not break rules’ in mosque speech, insists council.” However, given there is no evidence that an investigation has yet been undertaken by the council, I find ...

May 2019

Street drinking 'turning Slough High Street into no-go zone'

Street drinking 'turning Slough High Street into no-go zone'

Slough High Street has been labelled a ‘no-go zone’ in the evenings due to anti-social behaviour fuelled by street drinkers. Businesses are calling on Thames Valley Police and the council to step up their response to the problem which has left people ‘intimidated’ to shop and work in the area. During a meeting of the Slough Town Centre Partnership held on ...

May 2019

Environment agency calls Burnham fly-tip 'industrial scale organised waste crime'

Environment agency calls Burnham fly-tip 'industrial scale organised waste crime'

A case of fly-tipping that is blocking a public path is believed to be connected to a ‘spate of similar criminal activity in this area and across the South East’. The mountain of rubbish was dumped on The Gore access bridle path off Taplow Common Road between 2.30-4.30pm on Tuesday, May 14. A spokesman for Buckinghamshire County Council (BCC) said: ...

May 2019

Courthouse Junior School appeals for new minibus

Courthouse Junior School appeals for new minibus

A school is appealing for help to achieve an ‘impossible dream’ and secure a minibus. Courthouse Junior School, in Blenheim Road, does not have transportation to take sports teams to games or children on trips. PE teaching assistant Ben Craythorne said he has contacted a number of businesses calling for assistance. He added that, at the moment, ...

May 2019

Red-hot White Waltham CC put Bagshot to the sword

Red-hot White Waltham CC put Bagshot to the sword

Dan Molloy. -- White Waltham’s red-hot batting gave them the edge in their 118-run victory away from home against Bagshot 2nds with two players reaching centuries. Being put into bat White Waltham seemed to have an answer to everything the Bagshot bowlers threw at them, with Chris Metherall (110) and Simon Jessup (109) sharing an incredible ...

May 2019

In pictures: Foundations complete on 182-home Maidenhead development

In pictures: Foundations complete on 182-home Maidenhead development

The foundations of the final phase of a 182-home town centre redevelopment have been laid. Concrete foundations of the newly named Waterside Quarter – the third and final phase of Shanly Homes’ Chapel Arches regeneration – have been completed, meaning work can now commence on the buildings themselves. Viewing panels have also been placed ...

May 2019

Urgent appeal for donations at Windsor foodbank as demand doubles

Urgent appeal for donations at Windsor foodbank as demand doubles

Windsor Foodshare, that relies on donations from residents, has issued an urgent appeal for more supplies as demand has increased in the last few months. The foodshare has collection points at Waitrose in Windsor town centre and Tesco in Dedworth that are located beside the tills so shoppers can conveniently deposit food donations that ...

May 2019

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF JOHN SHEA from Windsor Who sadly passed away on 5th May 2019 aged 68 years. A loving husband, dad and grandad. He was loved so much and missed by so many. Funeral will be at St. Edwards Catholic Church, Windsor at 10:30am on 5th June 2019 Funeral wake will be held afterwards at the Royal Adelaide Hotel, Windsor. ...

May 2019

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ADRIANA MARIA HOULDER Sadly fell asleep on 10th May 2019 aged 86 at Wexham Park Hospital A lovely mum to Diane Adrian and Paul and mum in law to Paul ,Caroline and Leisa Special nan to Mykel, Olivia, Milly, Sienna, Hollie Tiffany, Luke Jonathan and Emma Great nanny nana to Isla, Hadlee and Mahli SERVICE TO TAKE PLACE THURSDAY 30TH ...

May 2019

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BUCKNELL JOSE HELEN 18.11.1928 – 20.5.2019 Passed peacefully away at Wexham Park Hospital. Beloved wife of John, Mother of Bruce and Nigel, Grandmother to Kelly and Yasmin. Funeral service at Amersham Crematorium on Monday 3rd June 11am. No flowers, Donations to British Heart Foundation please.

May 2019

Alan Devonshire pleased with Maidenhead United's early business

Alan Devonshire  pleased with Maidenhead United's early business

Alan Devonshire with new signing Freddie Grant. -- Maidenhead United will be looking to close the week with more signings as manager Alan Devonshire targets a few more positions ahead of the new season. The Magpies have not stood still since the National League season came to a close and this week was no different, with two new ...

May 2019

In pictures: Maidenhead and Windsor Business Awards launch at lunch event

In pictures: Maidenhead and Windsor Business Awards launch at lunch event

The Maidenhead and Windsor Business Awards have officially kicked off after a launch lunch in Cookham. A group of about 50 business figures from across the borough were present at the event at The Chartered Institute of Marketing’s Moor Hall on Friday. The launch saw Nicola Rogers, head of commercial at Baylis Media, announce ...

May 2019

Teamwork the catalyst for Boyne Hill CC victory

Teamwork the catalyst for Boyne Hill CC victory

Boyne Hill put in a fine team performance at Stoke Green on Saturday to win comprehensively by 120 runs. Hill elected to bat first and made a flying start with a couple of free hits helping towards 17 off the first over. Chris Shave (40) played aggressively in an opening stand of 75 with Matt Leipold. Sajid Ali (31) then ...

May 2019

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Windsor Foodshare are appealing for more donations as demand has increased. Dedworth Green Baptist Church, Smiths Lane, Dedworth

May 2019

Juniors to take to the water over bank holiday weekend for National Schools' Regatta

Juniors to take to the water over bank holiday weekend for National Schools' Regatta

Windsor Boys quad. -- The second May bank holiday will see more than 5,400 competitors take to the waters of Dorney Lake for the annual National Schools’ Regatta (NSR). The event is the UK’s largest annual regatta for junior competitors from the ages of 14-18 and offers competitive six-lane rowing at the venue of the ...

May 2019

Applications for a Louis Baylis grant to close on June 9

Applications for a Louis Baylis grant to close on June 9

Time is running out to apply for the latest round of grants from The Louis Baylis Charitable Trust. At two points in the year the trust distributes between £250,000 and £300,000 to local good causes and some national charities. The last round of donations was made in November 2018 and applications for a share of the ...

May 2019

Big Fish Column: Spring time arrives for local anglers

Big Fish Column: Spring time arrives for local anglers

Ray Constable with a superb rainbow trout of 11lb 4oz The Big Fish Column Consistently warm temperatures, without it becoming too hot, little or no danger of overnight frosts and fish beginning to feed hard – spring has finally arrived on the local fisheries. Big Carp Hefty carp feeding hard in the run up to ...

May 2019

Bucks community news (May 23)

Bucks community news (May 23)

Online appeal helps build African school MARLOW: A businessman on a mission to build a school in a remote Kenyan village has received a boost from the internet. Facebook group ‘It’s a Marlow Thing’ has helped Marlow’s Duncan McDonald and partner Petra Boecker raise £10,000 towards the build, and sponsor ...

May 2019

Fahim Qureshi hits 112 in dominant North Maidenhead CC win

Fahim Qureshi hits 112 in dominant North Maidenhead CC win

North Maids flexed their batting skills as they ran out comfortable winners against Falklands in the Thames Valley Cricket League Division 1 on Saturday. They maintain their 100 per cent record with a 101-run victory, with Fahim Qureshi showing yet again why he is considered one of the most deadly ...