We all like to have a good sing - but too often we'd rather do it in private. So, instead of letting him keep his 'gift' to himself, we sent Advertiser reporter James Harrison out to join Maidenhead's new choir for 'people that can't sing'.
To adapt an old saying, if you don't know who's singing out of tune, it's probably
Travellers have moved into Pinkneys Green, on land behind Pinkneys Green Cricket Club.
The group, which is made up of at least seven caravans and also apparently has several horses or ponies with it, is
A special behind-the-scenes live interview will give the audience an insight into one of the biggest music events of all time.
Vinyl Frontier host Jeff Lloyd will be interviewing Pete Smith on Saturday at Norden
An Olympic medal-winning rower has been congratulating children on raising a bumper total in aid of a water charity.
Debbie Flood, who scooped silvers for Great Britain at Athens in 2004 and then again at
Maidenhead and Twyford MP Theresa May has emerged as an early contender to replace outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron following the UK's decision to leave the European Union.
Mr Cameron announced his decision to quit
'Huge efforts' are being put in by a Maidenhead-based organisation playing a key role in the Battle of the Somme centenary commemorations next week.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC), in Marlow Road, cares for