The week in pictures: January 30 - February 5
Each week we present a round-up of photos taken by our staff photographers for the Maidenhead Advertiser, Twyford Advertiser, Burnham Advertiser, Slough Express and Windsor Express.
Check them out below.
Tributes have poured in for broadcasting legend and Taplow resident Sir Terry Wogan who died on Sunday. The family of the veteran TV and radio personality confirmed the 77-year-old had died surrounded by family after a ‘short but brave battle with cancer’.
More than 250 people visited Fredrick’s Hotel in Shoppenhangers Road on Sunday to see treatments on offer at a mind, body and spirit fair. Proceeds from the door fee will be donated to the Brett Foundation.
A walking football match was played at Braywick Sports Centre on Saturday as part of the Royal Borough’s Fit For Life scheme. The over 50s meet on Tuesday afternoons and Thursday evenings.
St Mark’s Crescent Methodist Church hosted the ‘Mid-Winter Blues Buster’ on Sunday to raise funds for the church’s refurbishment project. About 70 people attended and helped raise £350 for 2020 Vision.
Marlow Youth Centre’s new facilities were unveiled on Sunday. Beaconsfield MP Dominic Grieve and Marlow Town Council mayor, Cllr Bob Johnson, cut the ribbon to a new kitchen and dining area.
Eton College held its first of three planned open days this year on Friday. Visitors to the college's Verey Gallery saw an exhibition of photographs from the First World War and Second World War, showing bomb damage to Savile House and the Upper School.