10:01AM, Wednesday 02 June 2021
Every week decisions are being made that affect your community.
A major planning application could be approved near your home, a new traffic order could have an impact on your commute to work or key changes could be made to resources and services you use regularly.
It is important to be in the know about decisions being made by councils and other authorities which affect all of our lives.
That’s why the Advertiser is launching the Your Community Matters newsletter.
Every Thursday, we will look at some of the key issues at the heart of local democracy and the impact they will have on Maidenhead and the surrounding areas.
The Your Community Matters newsletter will bring you the latest developments from the Royal Borough council and other authorities, along with context, analysis and readers’ views.
Major talking points including the greenbelt, environmental policy, town centre developments, budget cuts and roadworks will be covered.
This is the first in a series of newsletters the Advertiser will be launching over the coming months to cover topics which matter to our readers, including sport, leisure and education.
To sign up and receive the Your Community Matters newsletter straight to your inbox every Thursday, all you need to do is fill in the form below.
It takes less than a minute to sign up.
Billy Presbury, 21, of Moray Drive, and Kai Warwick, 19, of Whiteford Road, targeted a trio of teenage boys in Farnham Park on June 1, 2019.