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Town team members, staff from Braywick Heath Nurseries and Maidenhead Town Manger Robyn Bunyan by the planters in Frascati Way Maidenhead Town Team volunteers brighten up town centre with new floral displays
New floral displays giving a much-needed burst of colour to Maidenhead town centre have been planted by volunteers from the Maidenhead Town Team.

The team replanted almost 50 empty planters in Broadway, Frascati Way, West Street and Providence…
Approved - Public Spaces Protections Orders and icons Royal Borough renews safer cycling and dog control measures following public consultation
Cabinet has agreed to continue measures helping to promote responsible dog control in public places and encourage safer cycling in town centres. Councillors also agreed to consult the public on a suggestion put forward by local cycling groups.

Last…
Multiply Residents in the Royal Borough encouraged to sign-up for free Multiply adult numeracy courses
Free adult numeracy courses to help residents in Royal Borough improve their maths skills and unlock opportunities are now open for enrolment.

Multiply is delivering the Government-funded courses for residents in Bracknell Forest, Reading, the…
Castle Hill improvements Project completed to improve visitor experience and pedestrian safety in Castle Hill, Windsor 
Work has been completed to improve the overall experience and safety of residents and visitors in Windsor town centre.

The public realm improvements in Castle Hill and St Alban’s Street have seen Castle Hill partially pedestrianised with a wider…
Cabinet members Cllr Geoff Hill, Cllr Joshua Reynolds, Cllr Simon Werner and Cllr Karen Davies with chargepoints in Cromwell Rd Royal Borough secures nearly £1million for rollout of further electric vehicle chargepoints
The Royal Borough has secured almost £1million of national investment to fast track the rollout of new electric vehicle chargepoint infrastructure.

It follows a successful bid to the Department for Transport (DfT) and will enable the rollout of the…
Councillor Karen Davies, Cabinet member for climate change and biodiversity, with one of the stencilled fish outside Oldfield Primary School in Bray Road. Royal Borough initiative raises awareness of protecting water quality and wildlife in our watercourses
Yellow fish have been stencilled onto the pavement next to storm drains in a new initiative highlighting the importance of protecting water quality and wildlife in the borough’s waterways.

Only Rain Down the Drain is aimed at raising awareness that…
Council continues cost of living community partnership to help households in need, as hundreds helped since last summer Council continues cost of living community partnership to help households in need, as hundreds helped since last summer
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is reminding residents that cost of living support remains available for those in need, as the council and community partners continue to work together to help those struggling financially.

The council…
International Women's Day event International Women’s Day event celebrates women in business and raises more than £1,000 for charity
More than 100 female-led businesses or businesswomen from the Royal Borough attended a networking event to mark International Women’s Day on Friday.

Organised by MyRoyalBorough, the council’s business support hub, the event raised £1,100 for The…
Check you have suitable ID to vote in Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner Election on 2 May
The Royal Borough is reminding residents to ensure they’re ready to vote in the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) election by checking if they have an accepted form of photo ID – and applying for a free voter ID document if they do not.

By law,…
This image shows a natural scene. Help shape Berkshire's blueprint for nature recovery Communities invited to help shape Berkshire’s blueprint for nature recovery
Communities across Berkshire are invited to participate in workshops and a county-wide survey to help shape important plans for protecting and improving natural habitats in the county.

Berkshire’s six councils, led by the Royal Borough of Windsor…
Students with their Oscars Ascot students release a film promoting Ascot Durning Library
Ascot students have worked with a production company to learn about the film industry and to create a great short film about their local library. Eleven young students were supported to make the film by Cube Video, which held two sessions last month…
Libraries and Museums
Call for Berkshire Channel of River Thames Scheme to be reinstated with full government funding
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is calling for the Berkshire Channel of the River Thames Flood Alleviation Scheme – previously known as ‘Channel One’ – to be reinstated with full government funding, recognising its national…
Cookham Bridge to reopen to traffic Cookham Bridge to reopen to traffic following essential refurbishment work
Cookham Bridge will reopen to motor vehicles as planned this month following essential maintenance work.

The bridge will reopen on Saturday 16 March following its closure last October for work including bearing replacement, re-waterproofing,…
This image shows children in a classroom. Consultation: Facilities for children with special educational needs Have your say on proposals to open more facilities for children with special educational needs in the Royal Borough
Parents, young people, community groups and others are invited to comment on plans to open further facilities for pupils with special educational needs, which will allow even more children with special educational needs to attend a local school.…
A new look for RBWM AfCinfo and the SEND Local Offer
Achieving for Children (AfC) is pleased to announce the launch of their redesigned SEND Local Offer and AfCinfo website. AfC provides children's services for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (RBWM)

The website was soft-launched on 7…
This image says "Budget Approved" Full Council sets Budget and Council Tax for 2024/25
Full Council has approved the Royal Borough’s Budget and Council Tax for the next financial year. The council has taken swift and decisive action to address the significant financial challenges it faces. Whilst our financial position remains…
This images says "Your vote is your voice. Register online." Royal Borough reminds residents about registering to vote for Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner election
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is reminding voters who are not currently on the electoral register to sign up now if they wish to take part in the Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) election on Thursday 2 May. 

The…
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Community orchard projects revealed Royal Borough announces successful projects awarded funding to create community orchards
Seven projects have been awarded grants to create community orchards and give a boost to nature thanks to national funding secured by the Royal Borough.

The successful organisations are Trevelyan Middle School’s PTA for an orchard at the Windsor…
Members of the Maidenhead Knit and Natter group with representatives from Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service and the Royal Borough Royal Borough’s library Knit and Natter groups support hospice fundraiser
The Royal Borough’s library Knit and Natter groups have created more than 50 knitted chicks to support a fundraiser for the Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service.

The Maidenhead and Windsor groups have been taking part in The Big Chick Knit…
Town team members, Councillor Jack Douglas, left, and Andrew Ingram, pictured cleaning a planter as a test in advance of the clean-up on 16 March. Maidenhead Town Team volunteers step up for replanting
Planters in Maidenhead will be given a much-needed clean by volunteers from the Maidenhead Town Team.

They will be hitting the streets on Saturday 16 March, between 9am and midday, to ready the empty planters, removing rubbish and graffiti ahead of…