The Sir Nicholas Winton Memorial Garden at Oaken Grove Park, opened on July 14th 2017 by Theresa May who was Prime Minister at the time
Beautiful winter Sunset over National Trust land at Pinkneys Green
Maidenhead Rowing Club is located adjacent to Maidenhead Bridge and a short walk from Brunel’s railway bridge and sounding arch
This park is sometimes referred to as ‘Punt Hill’. It may once have been ‘Punnet Hill’, a reference to the many market gardens in the area
Kidwells Park is located in the centre of Maidenhead town centre and has a World War One Remembrance Garden close to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) building. The Remembrance Park is a small area in one corner and has a stone circle “For Valour” plus some lovely wooden seats with engravings in memory of…
The church is one of the finest examples of the work of architect G. E. Street and was completed in 1857
The Cricket Club is set in the heart of picturesque Pinkneys Green National Trust land in Maidenhead. First recorded match took place in 1885.
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 is an area to the North East of Maidenhead, stretching almost as far as Cookham.
The area was once part of Pinkneys Green Farm Estate and was sold for housing in the 1920’s. The Borough purchased the land in 1935.
Ray Mill Island’s name dates from when the Ray family managed a flourmill here. It was acquired by Maidenhead Council in the 1950’s
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