The midweek round-up: The five most read Advertiser stories so far this week

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5.) In pictures: Art on the Street returns to Maidenhead High Street

Artists gathered in Maidenhead High Street for another successful Art on the Street fair on Saturday.

Art groups were exhibiting alongside professional artists at the fair, which has been running since 2009, and all the works of art were up for sale.

4.) Exhibition puts blueprints on show for the future of Maidenhead

A display shop has all the information residents need about plans for the town centre.

Created by new group Friends of Maidenhead, it has brought together displays from organisations planning developments in the town.

3.) PICTURES: Communities gather together to celebrate Queen's 90th birthday

Street parties and celebrations were held across East Berkshire as the Queen celebrated her official 90th birthday this weekend.

This picture special rounds up some of the events which took place to mark the occasion.

2.) Man arrested in connection with attempted robbery at Maidenhead petrol station

A 30-year-old man from Maidenhead has been arrested in connection with a failed raid on a petrol station.

Police were called to the attempted robbery at about 3.50am on Saturday, when a man went into the BP garage in Cookham Road and pulled a knife on staff.

1.) Reopening of rail link between Bourne End and High Wycombe discussed

The opening of a railway line connecting Maidenhead with High Wycombe has been under discussion – more than 40 years after it was closed.

Proposals to reopen the link were raised at a meeting of Wycombe District Council’s cabinet on Monday, June 6, as councillors debated how best to provide for the needs of a growing population.



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