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‘Marlow Elves’ project. The ‘elves’ have identified more than 200 local people as being in need this Christmas and have worked with local schools, churches and charities to match a ‘Marlow Elf’ to each person to buy them a gift up to £10. “Today is the collection day when all the gifts are being dropped off. 3 Spittal Street, Marlow
Actress Sue Holderness will be at Thames Hospice’s Maidenhead shop today. The charity is reopening all 22 of its stores after lockdown and Sue will be there to help reopen the Maidenhead site. Thames Hospice shop, 51 High St, Maidenhead. Actress Sue Holderness, Kim Clarke Healthcare Assistant, Jonathan Jones Chair of Trustees
A zero waste community pop-up shop is being opened in the former Argos unit at the Nicholsons. Not-for-profit venture with 30% of profits going towards the DASH Charity until Christmas. Nicholsons Centre, Maidenhead L-R Sophie Ibison, Siobhan Pereira, Nelly Semaille, Gille Sidhu, Jo Hall
Elodie Morris-Hunt 14 with extremely long hair is going to get it cut for charity. This is the second time in her life her hair has ever been cut. Elodie Morris-Hunt 14 with her nephew Toby Morris 7. Challengers provides play & leisure activities for all disabled children & young adults Horton
Tegan Harris, a 18 year old student from Maidenhead, has written a new book: ‘A Kid’s Guide to Dementia’ Its being released in collaboration with charity Alzheimers Dementia Support. Maidenhead Tegan Harris
The former Burnham Resilience Group has now received charity status. It is now called the Burnham Resilience CIO. Adam Prince who is Chairman and Trustee of the charity and Paula Prince who is Trustee wqith their daughter Anastasia 21
Craft Coop, Nicholsons Centre, Maidenhead The Craft Coop are currently running a charity initiative to support the Maidenhead Magpies on their Magpies 150 Challenge by asking people to bring in a heart to put in their shop window and donate a pound. The store’s director, Deborah Jones,
Jolly Farmer Pub COOK: Opening of the new post office. Musical celebrations will start at 2.30 and Tim Brooke-Taylor will be there to cut the ribbon at 3.00pm precisely to inaugurate the new service. Postmistress Liz Connell, Tim Brooke-Taylor and landlady Laura Kelsey.
LtoR Inspecting Officer Amy Crook, Fire Fighter Ben Martin-Stone and Fire Fighter Luke Stevenson. Slough Fire Station charity car wash to raise money for The Firefighters Charity. Slough Fire Station, Tuns Ln, Slough.
On the football pitch with Maidenhead Advertiser Players to promote future football competition, The Charity Cup. Promoted by Maidenhead Advertiser & Shanly L-R Jeremy Spooner, Kieran Bell, Danny Hulse, Josh Browne
This Fifield-based carpet bowls club for senior citizens is 40 years old this year and were approached by “The Prince Phillip Trust” for consideration on their recent charity funds meeting. They're request was successful and they have just received their new mat. Braywood Memorial Hall, Fifield
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.
Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex visiting the offices of Maidenhead Advertiser to mark the 150th Anniversary of the Advertiser. Prince Edward also spent time with 4 charities before visiting the newsroom to unveil a plaque, cut a cake and receive some gifts. Photo by Ian Longthorne