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

5.) Firefighters assist elderly driver who came off road in Taplow

An 87-year-old woman was helped from her car after a crash in Berry Hill, Taplow on Sunday.

Firefighters from Maidenhead were called at about 1.50pm to the Nissan Micra which had come off the road and ended up in a ditch. 

4.) In pictures: Phoenix Gym Christmas show

Disney, David Bowie and Star Wars featured in a packed Christmas performance by Phoenix Gymnastics Club. 

About 200 children took part in three showings of the performance on Saturday and Sunday at the club's Water Oakley base in Windsor Road. 

3.) Crossrail: First electric wires switched on between Maidenhead and Heathrow junction

A major milestone has been reached in a project to bring electric trains to Maidenhead after the first wires were switched on.

After more than a year of (often noisy) work, Network Rail confirmed on Friday that the electricity has been switched on along the first section of a 12-mile stretch between Maidenhead and Heathrow junction.

2.) Dazzling Christmas display lights up Burnham street

For the past five years a 44-year-old father-of-two from Burnham has brought festive cheer to his street with a spectacular Christmas lights display.

Every year, Chris Herring, a mobile concrete pump driver, launches his flamboyant festive display with a switch-on party for his neighbours outside his home in Coalmans Way.

1.) Police investigate report of man seen 'enjoying himself' with trousers down in garden

An investigation has been launched following a report a man was ‘enjoying himself’ with his pants down in a garden in Taplow.

A Burnham Neighbourhood Watch email alert, sent on Friday, said police were after information about a male intruder in women's garden who had been seen looking into houses.

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