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.