Hello, and Welcome to Maidenhead in Pictures Photo Blog !
I’ve lived in Maidenhead since the year 2000 and lived in and around the beautiful Chilterns area all of my life.
As my children grew up in Maidenhead as I found myself taking photographs of the family around the various parks, open spaces and beautiful countryside of Maidenhead, and it struck me that it would be great to show off the best parts of Maidenhead in a Photo Blog.
I have tried to capture to essence and history of Maidenhead, showing off some of the great, and maybe not so well known parts.
I hope you enjoy looking at the posts as much as I have in taking the pictures. As time goes by and the town evolves, there is always something new to photograph.
If you have any particular places that you would like to be included please get in touch with us.
Thanks again for stopping by Maidenhead in Pictures !
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Maidenhead is a large town in the county of Berkshire, England. It lies south-west of the River Thames, but at Maidenhead, the river runs north-south and so the town is on its west bank. The town has a population of about 73,000 inhabitants. Its urban area (including the adjoining suburban villages of Bray, Holyport, Pinkneys Green, Cox Green, White Waltham and Woodlands Park) has a population of just under 95,000. Maidenhead is the largest town, and administrative capital of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.
The town is part of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, with an urban population of around 95,000. It was previously an independent municipal borough. Maidenhead is one of the safest Conservative seats in the country, and the current MP is Theresa May of the Conservative Party, who was first elected in 1997 and has served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom since 13 July 2016.
The Clock Tower is one of Maidenhead’s famous landmarks.
It was built for Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee and is located just outside the railway station.
All Saints’ Church at Boyne Hill was completed in 1857 is one of the finest examples of the early work of the architect G. E. Street. The site is also regarded by many as the premier architectural site in the town. The church, consecrated on 2 December 1857 by Bishop Samuel Wilberforce, became the first ecclesiastical parish in the Borough of Maidenhead.
Please check out all our photos taken around Maidenhead. We have also included a map showing locations of where each photo was taken.