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

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5.) 200 attend meeting against home plans for Wooburn and Bourne End

Anger at plans to build hundreds of homes in Wooburn and Bourne End has been vented at a public meeting organised by campaigners.

At least 200 people were at the event on Monday at the Bourne End Community Centre, in Wakeman Road, organised by the Don’t Destroy Bourne End (DDBE) group.

4.) Delight as three-year-old with leukaemia goes into remission

Parents and friends of a three-year-old who has been fighting cancer have expressed their delight that he is in remission.

George Ferriman, from Furze Platt, has spent the last five months battling acute myeloid leukaemia.

3.) Royal Borough confirms multi-million pound deal with Maidenhead Golf Club

More than 1,500 new homes look set to be built on Maidenhead golf course after a multi-million pound deal was signed by Maidenhead Golf Club and the Royal Borough.

The contract, which will see the council buy back Maidenhead Golf Club’s lease, will include the redevelopment of the 130 acre site.

2.) CCTV released following house burglary in Maidenhead

A CCTV image has been released following a house burglary in Maidenhead on Friday, June 17.

Between noon and 1pm, a burglar snatched a laptop, a holdall with wheels and cash from the home in Palmers Close.

1.) AS IT HAPPENED: Theresa May to become Prime Minister

Maidenhead MP Theresa May will become Prime Minister after being confirmed as leader of the Conservative Party on Monday.

Andrea Leadsom, Mrs May's only rival for the position, pulled out of the race at lunchtime.

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