St Luke’s Church by night

St Luke’s church is one of five Anglican churches in Maidenhead. Its roots go back as far as the Foundation stone laid in a ceremony performed by Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford on 4 November 1865. The spire was put up in 1894..

Plaques and Memorial Stones

A selection of images of various plaques and memorial stones which are to be found in and around Maidenhead.

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Poppies on North Town Moor

This fantastic show of poppies on North Town Moor was captured during the summer of 2020. The poppies had really taken over the fields and almost covered the entire field as far as you could see, creating an absolutely fantastic carpet of blazing red colour ! Hopefully they will all be back again next year…

Bisham Woods Ice House

This Ice House was built around 1760 – 1790 for storing ice for use at the nearby Bisham Abbey, which is about a 5 minute walk away. The ice house is in a perfect location, sheltered by the woods and facing into a north wind which would have helped keep the ice as cold as…

The Brick and Tile Works

A selection of photographs from inside the National Trust site, The Brick and Tile Works. The are no actual building remains anymore, although there are remains of some of the old Coopers bricks strewn around the site if you look closely enough. Coopers Brick & Tile Works was established here by John Cooper in the…

Maidenhead United Football Club

Maidenhead United Football Club on York Road, located in the centre of the town. It is believed to be the oldest senior football ground in the country used continuously by the same club. The first game was played on 16th February 1871 ! Unfortunately the pressures of housing will soon force Maidenhead United to vacate…

All Saints Cemetery

Maidenhead Cemetery, or All Saints Cemetery as its known is was opened in 1888 and covers an area of approximately 5 acres. The cemetery was originally owned by The Maidenhead Cemetery Company and came into RBWM Council ownership during the 1950s. There are over 10,000 grave spaces in the cemetery and there have been 14,600…

Robin Hoods Arbour

The woods at Maidenhead Thicket house a small treasure – Robin Hoods Arbour which is owned by the National Trust.  At the right time of year, the underlying soil conditions are perfect for some amazing groups of Orchids to grow in abundance. During winter when the grass is short the ditches where Robin and his…

Underpass Abstract Art, Frascati Way

More Abstract Art to brighten up the underpass which goes underneath Frascati Way, which links both ends of High Town Road. The abstract art is by Gary Drostle and was commissioned in 2003, most probably after successfully brightening up the walls in Bad Godesbery Way underpass in 2000, another fantastic mosaic creation by the same…

White Waltham Airfield

White Waltham Airfield is situated a couple of miles outside of Maidenhead. Some great background history and more information on the Airfield can be found here.