The midweek round-up: The most read Advertiser stories of the week so far

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5.) St Mary's Church moves to temporary home during building work

A church has had to find a new home while building work is carried out.

The congregation of St Mary’s Church, off Maidenhead High Street, has been meeting at Oldfield School, in Bray Road, since Sunday, September 4.

4.) Maidenhead RFC score seven tries in derby day victory over Windsor RFC

A controlled performance delivered unbeaten Maidenhead seven tries in the derby victory at Home Park, taking them to the top of South West 1 East after three matches.

Maids led from the fifth minute when centre-cum-winger Jon Heron grabbed an accurate cross field kick from fly-half Perry Jansen and scooted around lone Windsor defender Neil Baggett.

3.) Flooding hits Citizens Advice services

'Severe' IT problems caused by flooding are affecting Citizens Advice services in Maidenhead and Dedworth.

The charity's Maidenhead base, at 4 Marlow Road, was hit by flooding after Friday's heavy thunderstorms caused widespread disruption throughout the town.

2.) Johnson Hippolyte gets the drop on former club as Maidenhead United exit FA Cup at hands of Staines Town

You sensed it might not be Maidenhead United’s day when they struck the post twice in 30 seconds and so it proved as Johnson ‘Drax’ Hippolyte enjoyed an emotional win over his old employers.

This time last year Gavin James netted an equaliser in the dying embers of United’s FA Cup second qualifying round clash at Winchester City.

1.) US firm to create 100 jobs setting up Maidenhead office

A US pharmaceutical firm is set to create 100 jobs by setting up a new European office in Maidenhead.

Massachusetts-based Alnylam Pharmaceuticals announced today it is opening a new development and commercial hub in the town with space for 100 employees.


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