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Citizens Advice Bureau Maidenhead and Windsor celebrating 80 years, and with it being 30 years since they received a visit from the Queen to celebrate their 50th anniversary. 4 Marlow Road, Maidenhead
Anton the juggler. Racecourse family race day. visitors will be able to enjoy racing and a host of countryside themed activities. Activities include a visit from the Gruffalo, birds of prey and dog agility displays.
LtoR Laura Rigby from Berkshire Health Clinic and Owner of Inspire Hot Yoga Claire Stewart. Berkshire Health Clinic and Inspire Hot Yoga are holding a Break the cycle of stress workshop. Inspire Hot Yoga, Queen Street, Maidenhead.
Lady Aurelia Young has written a book about her father, Oscar Nemon, called finding Nemon. Nemon was a famous sculptor who did busts of Churchill and the Queen among many famous people from history. The statue outside Elizabeth House is also one of his. Elizabeth House, Cookham Rise
Busy Buttons Design Centre, 8-9 Windsor Yards, Windsor. Students from Queen Annes School making lanterns ahead of the Xmas lights switch on. Lautaro Fernandez-Lempiainen demonstarting making the lanterns.
Town Moor, Maidenhead. Theresa May will be planting a 2m specimen Rowan Tree as part of the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy Project, organised by the Woodland Trust, which aims to get every member of parliament to plant a tree in their constituency this year. With Maidenhead Waterways. PM Theresa May with Sofia Davenport 8 and Richard Davenport
Windsor town getting ready for the Royal Wedding. The Queen's granddaughter Princess Eugenie and her long-term boyfriend Jack Brooksbank will marry this Friday 12 October at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle
Ian Longthorne, staff photographer at Baylis Media which publishes the Maidenhead Advertiser and the Windsor & Slough Express marks his 10th year in the job with a photographic review of the last decade. Maidenhead Advertiser - 2010
Order of the Garter service, St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. The Royal Family will arrive at the Chapel. The service for the Most Noble Order of the Garter will be held in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, on Monday 18th June 2018. Following the service, The Queen and Members of the Royal Family will depart by carriages for their return journey to the Castle
Windsor and Eton Brewery, 1 Vansittart Estate, Windsor. The Windsor and Eton Brewery has been given the Royal Warrant by the Queen. To qualify for the award a business has to have supplied the Royal Household for more than five years.