Local News

Exciting future for Bray Studios

Leader of RBWM, Cllr Simon Dudley toured Bray Studios this afternoon following the exciting news that the studios will soon be reopening!! 🎥

Cllr Dudley said:

Barley Mow in Parliament #CoxGreenOnTour

Today Cllr Ross McWilliams was at Parliament with Jenny and Martin from the Barley Mow to support them in their efforts to have the Pub Code strengthened in order to better protect our great local pubs.

Lodge Farm Survey

In other news, everybody understands the need for housing, especially affordable housing, although we do understand that not everybody might not be comfortable with new housing; it's quite normal that.

Bray Film Studios to reopen and proposed Lodge Farm development survey

Bray Film Studios Reopening

Bray resident and local councillor David Coppinger has some very exciting news! Bray Film Studios is set to reopen and with at least two major films to be filmed in the newly reopen studio will once again see Hollywood film stars in Bray!

Furze Platt playgrounds

Cllr Derek Sharp - councillor for Furze Platt -discusses the great new family playparks Maidenhead Conservatives councillors in Furze Platt have delivered in Moffy Hill and Shifford Crescent. They replaced derelict and redundent sites with some new play equipment and areas for families to use.

Grenfell Park railings update

Boyn Hill’s Cllr Stuart Carroll addresses the concerns local residents have with the removal of the old historic railings at the top of Grenfell Park.

Thrift Wood/Ockwells Park Update

We've have some amazing parks in Maidenhead. We think its very important that we continue to invest in our park to ensure we keep them looking lovely and accessible to everyone, as well as looking at opportunities to great new parks.

New partnership with The Dash Charity

A great event held by The Dash Charity, which provides an absolutely crucial service in supporting victims of domestic violence and abuse.

Lead Member for Adult Social Care and Public Health, Cllr Stuart Carroll said:

Investing £2.3m in our roads

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead are investing £2.3m into maintaining and improving the borough’s roads over the next year.

If you ever spot something we’re not already working on, you can report it quickly and easily online: www3.rbwm.gov.uk/report