Weekend shoppers came face-to-face with a mass of zombies on Saturday as the second annual zombie walk decended on the town.
Organised by Vicky Lunt, the gory hoard of around 200 met at the Bell pub on King Street before being led by the Maidenhead Town Crier Chris Brown down through the Nicholson Centre, onto the high street and around to
A board game club for children and parents is starting at Maidenhead Library on Saturday.
Classic games such as Monopoly, Snakes and Ladders and Scrabble will be available to play between 2-4pm. Newer games like
Four homes in College Avenue, Maidenhead, were targeted on Saturday morning.
Police say that between 1-6am burglars attempted to break into four properties in the road and got into one shed, a garage and two
Matt Rackley's proton therapy treatment is underway.
The 24-year-old father from Cox Green travelled to Oklahoma at the beginning of October after £170,000 was raised to pay for the treatment through the Matt's Fund
Murder case detectives investigating the killing of Mark Pilgrim have released a suspect on bail.
Officers had arrested the 25-year-old man on Tuesday night as part of the investigation into the murder of Mr Pilgrim,
The green light to build on Slate Meadow has been given by Wycombe District Council (WDC) despite objections.
The cabinet agreed at a meeting on Monday, October 20, the green space between Bourne End and
A Conservative councillor has been dropped by his party ahead of next year's elections.
Cllr George Bathurst, who was elected to the Castle Without Ward in 2011, is not on his party's candidate shortlist to