Maidenhead Sailing Club is on Lakeside, Summerleaze Road in Maidenhead. The lake is about 51 acres and there are organised races most weeks throughout the year. There are two full day sailing events held every year where club members compete for special trophies, plus fun events like a marathon team race.
St. Mary’s Church can be found tucked away at the bottom of the High Street, at the rear of Hinds Meadow car park and The Bear pub. St Mary’s is still the Borough Church and as such is used for ceremonial services such as Remembrance Day, Battle of Britain Day, and the Mayor and Corporation…
Maidenhead United Reformed Church has origins back into 1662, when the Rector of Henley left his living as a result of the Act of Uniformity. A few years afterwards a Congregational Chapel was erected in Back Lane, which today is West Street. The main part of the present sanctuary dates from 1785, with the last modifications…
The Boy and Boat sculpture by Lydia Karpinska, standing at the junction of the High Street and King Street.
York Stream runs right through the centre of Maidenhead and under the end of the High Street. It has recently (2017) been fully renovated and cleaned up, and new apartments built at the end of the High Street.
Lying in the Grounds of St Mark’s Hospital, lies the very impressive St. Mark’s Church
Commemorating those who were killed during the First and Second World Wars, this memorial is located outside the Town Hall in the centre of Maidenhead.
The memorial garden was originally provided in 1975 as a memorial to the late Alderman John Baker Maudsley CBE. The stone was imported from Yorkshire to recognise the Alderman’s origins.
The new Amphitheatre area next to Maudsley Memorial Garden and created as part of the York Stream renovation project.