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

Each Wednesday, we bring you a midweek round-up of the five most read stories on the Advertiser site.

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5.) FEATURE: The Heston Blumenthal experience at Heathrow Terminal 2

Holiday-makers passing through Heathrow’s Terminal 2 can enjoy the Heston Blumenthal experience at The Perfectionists’ Cafe, which draws from the chef’s Bray restaurants. Assistant editor Nicola Hine met head chef Julian O’Neill who explained the links between the village and the airport eatery.


4.) Football round-up: Maidenhead United haul themselves back from the brink to draw with Hungerford Town

Maidenhead United's unbeaten home record looked to be coming to an end when Louie Soares’ bullet of a left foot shot put Hungerford Town 2-0 up in the early stages of the second half, but a terrific fight back from the hosts saw them take a deserved share of the spoils.


3.) Premier Inn death inquest: ‘Damaged part should have been replaced’

Modifications made to a piling rig would not have caused the sudden release of grease that could have contributed to a construction worker’s death, an inquest heard today.

Benjamin Wylie, 24, died at the building site of the Premier Inn in West Street on Tuesday, May 13, 2014.


2.) Pictures and video: Maidenhead Zombie Walk 2016

A horde of undead flesh-eating monsters shuffled their way through the town centre on Saturday evening.

More than 200 zombies, with their clothes ripped and blood dripping from their rotting faces, departed from The Bell pub in Queen Street before limping and groaning their way to the town hall through the Nicholsons Centre.


1.) Dogging crackdown: Police fine man, 60, found naked in Thicket

Police have reassured the public they are tackling dogging at Maidenhead Thicket after PCSOs found a 60-year-old man naked from the waist down.

According to a statement from Thames Valley Police, the man, from High Wycombe, was given a £90 fixed-penalty notice for a public order offence after being discovered on a routine patrol.

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