The Boundary walk is a yearly 13-mile walk around the borders of Maidenhead and organised by Maidenhead Rotary Club.
Braywick Cemetery was opened in July 1953, the entire cemetery was set out as a ‘Lawn Cemetery’ with specific sections for different religious faiths.
Situated within the grounds of St Mark’s Hospital lies the very impressive St. Mark’s Hospital Church.
Maidenhead Golf course lies just outside the town centre, and the course was opened for play on December 12, 1896.
St Luke’s church is one of five Anglican churches in Maidenhead, whose roots go back as far as 1865. The spire was put up in 1894.
A selection of images of the various plaques and memorial stones to famous people and places, all of which are to be found in and around Maidenhead.
Norden Farm Centre for the Arts is a popular Arts venue and a thriving centre for the arts.
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This fantastic show of poppies found on North Town Moor was captured during the summer of 2020.
This Ice House was built around 1760 – 1790 for storing ice for use at the nearby Bisham Abbey. It was restored in 1984.
Coopers Brick and Tile Works was established here by John Cooper in the early 1800s.
Maidenhead United FC on York Road, where the first game was played on 16th February 1871.