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Monday 1 September 2014 2:29 PM

In pictures: Free football at Maidenhead United

Hundreds of supporters took advantage of the free entry and packed the new stand at Maidenhead United FC on Saturday.

The Advertiser and the York Road-based football club teamed up to offer free entry to the Magpies' home match against Eastbourne Borough FC to help support a Maidenhead charity.

Donations for The Link Foundation, which aims to improve the lives of

11:30 Mon 01 Sep 2014
In pictures: Gravity Grand Prix 2014 Dr Who was joined by Bill and Ben, Wallace and Gromit and Willy Wonka for a popular village race. The 2014 Gravity Grand Prix returned with a bumper 28 entries and even more elaborate racing
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08:27 Mon 01 Sep 2014
fire A hose reel and a set of breathing apparatus were used by firefighters from Maidenhead to put out a car fire in Cookham last night. A fire crew was called to Westwood Green at about
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15:00 Sun 31 Aug 2014
Sophie Christiansen Paralympic gold medallist equestrian Sophie Christiansen OBE has submitted her own Bright Idea to make the Royal Borough a better place to live. The Maidenhead resident and former pupil of Charters School in Sunningdale launched
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10:03 Mon 01 Sep 2014
In pictures: Thames Valley Adventure Playground's Tapfest A sensory garden was opened at Thames Valley Adventure Playground (TVAP) during their Tapfest celebrations. The playground in Bath Road, Taplow, caters for children and adults with special needs. Volunteers, businesses and organisations pulled together
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16:05 Sun 31 Aug 2014
Mayor Cllr Richard Kellaway cuts the cake to mark the launch of the new learnnig and skills suite. A new learning and skills suite opened its doors at Maidenhead Library in St Ives Road on Wednesday. Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead, Cllr Richard Kellaway, cut a cake to mark the official opening of
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13:00 Sun 31 Aug 2014
Fundraising yachtsman Richard Balcon with Alexander Devine founder Fiona Devine. Support from an intrepid yachtsman has helped the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service (ADCHS) move closer to its £5m target. Richard Balcon raised more than £1,800 through fundraising activities including traversing the seas on
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