Coopers Brick and Tile Works was established here by John Cooper in the early 1800s.
The ditches where Robin and his band of merry men must have lain in wait for passer-by, are clearly visible around the edge of the grassland.
Baby to the large Maidenhead Thicket, Little Thicket is located on Canon Court Road close to Clair’s Court School. Lots of snaking footpaths in woodland, situated close to the A4.
The woods at Maidenhead Thicket are close to Stubbings Nursery. National Trust Robin Hoods Arbour to be found aside one of the paths. I
Maidenhead Thicket Woods in Winter after snow fall. The Thicket is owned by the National Trust and open all year round.
Pinkneys Green on Pinkneys Drive is part of the National Trust, wide open spaces for walking and a host of other outdoor activities.
Maidenhead Thicket is a huge area near Pinkneys Green and it is owned by the National Trust and all open to the public all year around.