Legions of children from the Scout movement carried on a decades-long tradition as they marched through Windsor on Sunday to mark the upcoming St George’s Day.
Homeless protesters camped outside Maidenhead Town Hall left the site on Monday. It followed a court order requiring the campaigners, known as Born SL6, to return possession of the land to the Royal Borough.
The Queen receives a surprise bouquet from a youngster during a visit to the Royal Mail delivery office in William Street to celebrate 500 years of the postal service.
The Queen meets the crowds during a walkabout in Windsor on her 90th birthday on Thursday.
The new organising team for the 2016 Maidenhead Festival has been announced. This year’s festival has a circus theme and will feature a mixture of musical and dramatic performances as well as a range of food and charity stalls across the weekend of July 23 and 24.
Reporter Will Taylor attends a Royal Borough taster session for parents to try the school meals pupils will soon be eating.
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.
It’s the 71st annual Holyport fair and this year the theme is pink. There will be stalls a fun fair and activities all raising money for the Holyport Memorial Hall as well as Thames Valley Air Ambulance and Alzheimers Dementia Su
Archaeologists have found that the 20-foot high mound in Motnem is thought to be a Norman castle motte and for centuries the centrepiece of a bizarre Eton College ceremony, is actually a rare Saxon monument, built 1,500 years ago.
Brett Foundation is being given the heave-ho from King Street. The council, which owns the building has told them its going to enforce the original conditions of the lease, which will from January it will be able to evict them with just 24 hours notice