Do you have a few hours, over lunch, once a week that you could give to the Community Fridge near Windsor Boys School? Why not pop in, say hello to Tiia and see how you can help them not waste … Continue reading Driven Forward’s Community Fridge Needs More Volunteers
The main aim of producing the Love Windsor Community Newsletter is to get community news out to all the residents’ homes in Windsor so that they know what is going on and to sow the seeds of ideas in their … Continue reading Love Windsor Community Newsletter – Advertise to 15,000 homes in Windsor this Christmas
Today I saw a man distributing poppies stop a lady and ask if he could reposition her poppy. While doing so he told that lady she should wear the poppy on her left side (over her heart); the red represents … Continue reading How to wear your Poppy
I received this email the other day from Emily and today I’m sharing with a wider community… if you would like to see information about your community group published here then contact us… “Hi, I spotted your newsletter in Tesco … Continue reading Adult Dyslexia Centre ADC Maidenhead, Berkshire
Cash savvy parents can’t wait to get to Old Windsor on Saturday 13th November when Mum2Mum Market returns to the Old Windsor Memorial Hall for the last sale in the area. The award-winning pop-up market will have 20 stalls laden with … Continue reading The last Old Windsor Mum2mum Market sale should not be missed!
Typically well balanced, Maidenhead residents get circa 100 hours of FREE PARKING for Christmas Shopping and Windsor has been granted a token 20 hours. Last year the offer was poor but at least balanced. I have asked officers to give … Continue reading Windsor’s geese a laying while Maidenhead’s a milking!
Cumberland Lodge to host talk with lady behind The Windsor Diaries, ahead of its 75th anniversaryCumberland Lodge, the educational charity in Windsor Great Park, is hosting a public talk with Isabella Naylor-Leyland, the lady behind the newly published wartime memoirs … Continue reading The Windsor Diaries 1940 – 1945
How long has it been since we were allowed to meet in public? Obviously smaller than usual due to covid restrictions but the perfect opportunity to get out and say hello to business people that you probably haven’t literally seen, … Continue reading Business EXPO this Tuesday Green Park
Dear AL21 Working Group Members, We hope you are well, We would like to thank you for your support over the recent consultation period as we look to finalise the stakeholder masterplan document for AL21. During the month-long consultation, we … Continue reading News just in from Wates regarding AL21
I took a walk into town yesterday and on talking to local business owners it was apparent that things are tough and many are hanging on by their fingernails. Loving Vintage & Retro’s Halloween window display but we don’t want … Continue reading HELP Local Businesses as best you can please
Woody’s Cafe in Pirate Park (Clewer Memorial Recreation Ground) is now selling raffle tickets which will be drawn on Sunday 28th November 2021 as part of Dedworth Community Christmas Fair. It is the inaugural Dedworth Community Christmas Fair and we … Continue reading BUY Your Dedworth Community Christmas Fair Raffle Tickets NOW
Check out our Companion Series! We’ve created 26 collaboration beers with breweries in the UK & Ireland, all brewed with surplus bread, to raise funds to protect and regenerate the natural world. Now we’re calling on leaders at COP26 to … Continue reading Good Cop – Windsor & Eton Brewery