10:43AM, Monday 14 November 2016
MAIDENHEAD: Hundreds fell silent across the town during the Remembrance Sunday parade and service to pay their respects to those who sacrificed their lives.
The Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead, Cllr Sayanora Luxton, joined councillors, veterans, community groups and military cadet squadrons for the service on Sunday.
Official wreaths were laid at the foot of the Memorial Cross by the Vice Lord Lieutenant Mr Jeffery Branch at the war memorial outside the Town Hall in St Ives Road.
DATCHET: To mark Armistice Day, the Datchet Village Society honoured some of the war heroes who are buried in the parish council cemetery.
Information sheets about the soldiers’ lives were placed next to the graves in Ditton Road so the residents could learn about their history.
OLD WINDSOR: A glamorous 1940s harmony band played a special concert on Sunday to raise money for the Royal British Legion poppy appeal.
The Candy Girls, made up of Elkie Jeffery, Freyja Sculpher and Debbit Watt, is a close-harmony trio.
More than 80 people attended the concert at Old Windsor Memorial Hall in Straight Road.
BRAY PARISH: Acts of Remembrance were held around the parish for Remembrance Sunday.
Leader of the council, Cllr Simon Dudley (Con, Maidenhead Riverside) and students from Holyport College laid wreaths in Holyport Green.
In the afternoon a memorial concert was held at St. Michael's Church Hall in Bray featuring organist Jonathan Holl.
DEDWORTH: Pupils from two schools gathered to lay a wreath at the Broom Farm Memorial Garden on Wednesday, November 2.
The memorial garden in the estate was built last year, with children from Alexander First and Dedworth Middle Schools taking part in the ceremony.
Paramedics were called to the scene of a medical emergency in Maidenhead on Monday morning (June 27).
A teenager who died after getting into difficulty in the Jubilee River has been described as a ‘gentle giant’ in a tribute from his school.