Burnham are turning the corner after victories over Dunstable Town and Frome Town says manager Gary Meakin.
Having lambasted the state of The Gore pitch, and compared it to a ploughed field, Burnham won twice on it this week, beating Town 2-0, with goals from Nicke Kabamba in either half, before seeing off Frome Town 3-1, with Kabamba, Josh Webb and
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 controversial plan to transfer management of Royal Borough leisure centres to a private firm has been given the green light.
The Royal Borough's cabinet unanimously approved the move to contract out the management of
Shamed entertainer Rolf Harris has had his application for permission to appeal against his five-year and nine month prison sentence for 12 counts of indecent assault turned down.
The Judicial Office confirmed today that his
Eric Pickles has refused an appeal to build a gypsy site off Forest Green Road.
Landowner Maurice McCann launched an appeal to build the site for eight families after the Royal Borough and Planning Inspectorate
As Windsor and Maidenhead Community Forum (WAMFC) prepares to celebrate its 30th birthday, one of the founder members looks back at the last three decades.
The forum is an organisation where people of all faiths
A Royal Borough councillor became the subject of national attention last week after making a shocking proposal to 'execute' travellers.
Alan Mellins made the remark during a public meeting on Monday, October 20, during a
A 28-year-old man from Maidenhead has been jailed for attacking a soldier at a wedding party at a hotel.
Christopher Lennon, of Fontwell Close, attacked Oliver Burnett at the Fredrick's Hotel, also in Maidenhead, on