Public transparency was identified as a priority for the Royal Borough's new cabinet as its first meeting was broadcast live online last night.
A Periscope stream of the meeting attracted 106 viewers as Cllr Phillip
Chefs from one of the world's most famous restaurants treated children at Furze Platt Infant School to a demonstration of healthy and creative food preparation.
Ashley Palmer-Watts and Tom Allen, who work for Heston Blumenthal's
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The Royal Borough cabinet member who has taken over responsibility for parking says he wants to get the faulty Nicholsons car park system - which is still having 'teething problems' - working properly.
Community theatre groups are calling out to townsfolk to help them find new rehearsal and storage spaces.
Stage One Youth drama group and Maidenhead Musical Comedy Society are soon to be left without anywhere to
The deadline for applications for the next round of grants from the Louis Baylis (Maidenhead Advertiser) Charitable Trust has been set for Friday, June 24.
The trust owns Advertiser publisher Baylis Media Ltd and receives
A well-known hotel could soon go through a major refurbishment after submitting plans to the Royal Borough.
Monkey Island Hotel, which is currently closed, has submitted plans to demolish the existing outbuildings, renovate the existing