COOKHAM: Police launched an arson investigation after Cookham curryhouse Maliks was attacked on Tuesday, December 6.
MAIDENHEAD: Three-legged Yorkshire terrier Mr Pelucchi helped raise money for the Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue service by posing for a new calendar.
BURNHAM: Dozens of people visited the home of concrete pump driver Chris Herring, in Coalmans Way, on Friday, December 2, to see the annual switch-on of his annual Christmas lights display.
MAIDENHEAD: A record 45 trees were on display at the annual Christmas Tree Festival at St Luke's Church, in Norkfolk Road, where Prime Minister Theresa May was also a visitor.
MAIDENHEAD: Hundreds of lanterns lit up Maidenhead town centre on Saturday, December 10, for the eighth annual Norden Farm Lantern Parade.
MARLOW: BBC Radio 2 DJ Chris Evans was among hundreds of people who turned out for the premiere night of Tom Kerridge's Pop-up Picture House and the annual Marlow Late Night Shopping event on Thursday, December 1.
MARLOW: Olympic rower Sir Steve Redgrave was joined by paralympian Naomi Riches for the annual Santa Fun Run in Marlow's Higginson Park on Sunday, December 4.
MAIDENHEAD: Sophie Brazil and Jade Winsor, both 11, and Isabelle Milnes, five, were treated to a visit to Downing Street as guests of Prime Minister Theresa May after winning a competition to design the Christmas card she would be sending to the world's leaders
As we say goodbye to 2016, the Advertiser brings you a look back at the past year.
Each day for 12 days, we will review a different month of the year and look back at some of the images, stories and events which made up 2016.
Val Brand pulling a cracker with PM Theresa May PM Theresa May visiting a festive lunch for people who are alone this festive season will be held at SportsAble, Braywick Road, Maidenhead on Christmas Day. PM Theresa May, Jo Gwilliam Organised by Churches Together Maidenhead. Photo by Ian Longthorne