Sir Nicholas Winton Memorial Garden

The Sir Nicholas Winton Memorial Garden can be found inside Oaken Grove Park.It was opened on July 14th 2017 by Theresa May, then Prime Minister. It was created in honour of the Maidenhead resident, who helped arrange for hundreds of children to be brought to safety on the eve of the Second World War. The…

Rowing Club

Maidenhead Rowing Club is located in a large modern purpose-built clubhouse on the other side of the River Thames in Taplow, between Maidenhead Bridge and Brunel’s railway bridge. Crews row on the stretch of the Thames between Boulter’s Lock and Bray Lock, a distance of approximately 3km. The club has been based in their new…

Boyn Grove

Boyn Grove is an open space located just off Courthouse Road and next to Boyn Hill Cricket Club. It has a play area for 3 – 8 year olds, a small Car Park and a Picnic Spot. This park is sometimes referred to as ‘Punt Hill’ but the origins of this are not certain. It…

All Saints Church

The church is regarded by many as the premier architectural site in Maidenhead. It is one of the finest examples of the work of architect G. E. Street and was completed in 1857. The unique complex consists of the church surrounded on the south side by the Old Vicarage, former school and two clergy houses….

Pinkneys Green Cricket Club

A friendly village Cricket Club set in the heart of picturesque Pinkneys Green National Trust land in Maidenhead. The club has 2 Saturday sides playing in the Morrant Chilterns League, a Sunday Social team, a midweek team playing in the East Berks 20/20 League as well as a junior section. The first recorded cricket match…

Boulters Weir

Boulters Weir can be found at the far end of Ray Mill Island, on the east of Maidenhead. The Weir is only one of around 50 remaining on the River Thames.

North Town Moor

North Town Moor is an area to the North East of Maidenhead, stretching almost as far as Cookham. There are footpaths between the fields and The Strand Water meanders its way through the fields where it eventually becomes York Stream when it enters Maidenhead Town Centre.

Oaken Grove

Access to Oaken Grove is from either Courthouse Road, Oaken Grove or Blenheim Road. It is located in north west Maidenhead and has a wide range of facilities for active sports and casual recreation, all within an attractive landscaped setting covering 8 hectares. There is a car park, Multi Use Games Area, play area for 3-16…

Ray Mill Island

Access to Ray Mill Island is from Ray Mead Road and across the road bridge at Boulters Lock. Walk past Boulters Restaurant and cross the pedestrian bridge onto the island. The Island’s name dates from when the Ray family managed a flourmill here. The site was acquired by Maidenhead Borough Council in 1950 from the…

Brunels Bridge

Brunels Bridge was designed by Great Western’s engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel. It was built in 1838 but not brought into use until 1 July 1839. The two arches of the bridge are the widest and flattest in the world. Each span is 128 feet (about 39 metres), with a rise of only 24 feet (about…