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The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Latest news and press releases
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A new permanent 500-space car park is planned for Maidenhead as the council works to ensure residents, visitors and workers have easy access to the town centre during and after regeneration.
The Royal Borough’s community wardens are throwing their support behind a new scheme to help vulnerable and isolated residents reconnect with their communities.
Anglo-Saxon remains including pit-houses and pottery have been discovered on the Braywick Leisure Centre site.
The nation’s first memorial dedicated solely to the millions of UK, Allied and Commonwealth horses, mules and donkeys that served and died during the First World War has been unveiled in Ascot.
Budding future athletes and artists can be given a head start as the Royal Borough once again offers its sports and arts bursaries to help young people reach their potential.
A consultation on how to maintain and enhance the unique character of Cookham is set to get underway.
Roads across the Royal Borough will benefit from improvements and investments worth more than £7.7m over the next year.
A new sensory garden for residents to enjoy throughout the year is set to replace an unused car park.
Following an extensive public consultation event development partners Countryside and the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead have submitted proposals to redevelop the York Road.
A born and bred Maidonian who represented the nation as a rower and now leads the next generation of young hopefuls at Maidenhead Rowing Club has been welcomed as the 45th Mayor of the Royal Borough
Windsor is returning to normal after welcoming the eyes of the world and more than 110,000 visitors to celebrate the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Saturday (19 May).
The countdown to Saturday’s royal wedding has well and truly begun with residents, communities and council staff hosting a variety of events up until the big day.
Windsor town centre has seen an almost 40 percent boost in visitor numbers thanks to royal wedding fever.
The Royal Borough and East Berkshire CCG want to reassure Windsor residents that all their health needs have been taken into account on the day of the royal wedding.
Residents and school children are busy rehearsing for their big roles on the wedding day of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle.
With just over a week until the royal wedding visitors heading to Windsor to enjoy the big day and catch a glimpse of Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle are encouraged to carefully plan their travel.
Residents and businesses in Windsor are being given advance warning of further road closures in the town centre to facilitate royal wedding preparations.
Residents who commented on the Borough Local Plan will have a chance to make representations to the Planning Inspector in person at the first public session of the examination in public.
Two companies have been ordered to pay thousands of pounds after illegally removing historic windows from a hotel in the heart of Windsor.
Residents will continue to earn rewards for recycling as the council and Greenredeem revamp the scheme to provide the same service at a reduced cost to Council Tax payers.