Each week we present a round-up of photos taken by our staff photographers for the Maidenhead Advertiser, Slough Express and Windsor Express. Check them out in the slideshow below.
10:30AM, Sunday 19 March 2017
Maidenhead underscored their unwavering commitment to winning the South West 1 East title by snatching a bonus-point victory over leaders Old Patesians at a tension-drenched Braywick Park on Saturday.
Crufts returned, with winners including Dr Ann Hodgson, from St Marks Crescent, Maidenhead, and her Old English Sheepdog, Martha.
A fundraising party was held for Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children on Saturday. David and Leah Morgan, from Holyport, threw the party to celebrate six months since the birth of their daughter Maggie-Mae.
Rats, lizards and snakes joined pupils at Homer First School on Monday. Children from the nursery and early years class had the chance to meet unusual creatures from Animals In-Tuition.
A record turnout of more than 90 people visited Maidenhead Mosque in Holmanleaze on Tuesday to contemplate life as part of a multi-religion discussion.
The Commonwealth flag was raised at Maidenhead Town Hall on Monday. A brief ceremony was held to mark Commonwealth Day, which celebrates the Commonwealth of Nations.
A fundraising event was held in St Andrew’s Shared Church on Saturday to raise money for the Cippenham Community Carnival.
Sarah Brown, 39, is running The London Marathon for ASSERT, a support group for families affected by Angelman Syndrome. The disease is a genetic disorder that affects the nervous system and causes severe physical and intellectual disability. Sarah’s nine-year-old son Cody suffers from AS. PICTURED Cody Brown, nine, Sarah Brown and Grace Brown, seven
photo of Maidenhead Synagogue choir and acting group with world famous composer/pianist Carl Davis (who lives in Windsor) with the statue of Sir Nicky. They are putting on a production of Last Train to Tomorrow, a musical narrative about the kinderstransport and Winton children.