It's nearly 100 years since it was first carried into battle on the fields of Flanders, but the flag from one of the first tanks ever to go to war can now be suitably displayed thanks to a Maidenhead framing firm.
Walter Spence, who enlisted in 1914 aged just 17, was one of the first men chosen to work with the
Archaeologists think there may be Roman artefacts buried around the site of a failed planning application.
Berkshire Archeology was consulted when a landowner applied to build a five-bedroom house on land adjacent to Braybrook House,
A dynamic duo at Harwood House are continuing to prove that age is just a number after retaining the care home's 'fit for life' awards.
Ernest Mansbridge and Joan Randolph, who are both 96-years-old, were
The Home Secretary, Theresa May, has expressed her concern after a report by the Department for Transport said that the electrification of the Maidenhead to Marlow railway line would not be feasible for several years.
The headteacher of Cox Green School has her sights set on establishing a 'centre of excellence' following its latest Ofsted report.
The school in Highfield Lane was rated 'good' by inspectors following a visit in
A five-year project which came about following a blog post has made Cliff Jones a debut novelist.
The digital product manager and former journalist has just published the fictional book Water Runs Slow Through Flat
Winning the People's Choice award at last year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show was "a dream come true" for 30-year-old, Matt Keightley. His 'Hope on the Horizon' garden, promoting Help For Heroes and attributing his brother's