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At the heart of the picture postcard village of Cookham set in 9 acres of well kept...

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An appeal has been lodged by the landowner of the proposed chicken farm off Lightlands Land and Strande Lane against an enforcement notice imposed by the Royal Borough.

A good amount of common land remains in the parish, such as Widbrook Common, Cookham Dean Common and Cock Marsh. Winter Hill affords excellent views over the Thames Valley and Chiltern Hills.

We are a family-run and pet-friendly park in the heart of the Home Counties alongside the...

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Cookham railway station is at Cookham Rise, on the Marlow to Maidenhead branch line. There are two direct trains to and from London, Paddington during the morning and evening rush hour. The rest of the trains require a change at Maidenhead.

The ancient parish of Cookham covered all of Maidenhead north of the London and Bath Road until this area's severance in 1894. There were several manors: Cookham, Lullebrook, Elington, Pinkneys, Great Bradley, Bullocks, White Place and Cannon Court.

The Stanley Spencer Gallery offers a guided walk around Cookham – the heart of the village and the river path – combined with entry into the Gallery.  Or find your own way with the Gallery’s Walks Booklet.  More information http://stanleyspencer.org.uk/

A 35-acre farm with easy access to London, Windsor and Ascot. Cottages converted from...

Cookham is also home to the Chartered Institute of Marketing, based in Moor Hall. The John Lewis Partnership, one of the country's premier retailers, which runs John Lewis department stores and Waitrose supermarkets, has a residential training and holiday centre based at Odney.

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Situated in the quaint village of Hurley, just minutes from the M4, lies the Olde Bell...

Cheers filled the air at Park House Day Nursery on Friday as children showed their support for Paralympic rower Tom Aggar before taking part in their own Olympic-themed sports day.

Whether for business or pleasure, Sheephouse Manor Cottages’ five newly-modernised and...

Enjoy a Quintessentially English Affair when you stay with Bray Cottages and take a trip...

There is a campsite at Coockham Lock at Odney Lane, Cookham, SL6 9SR. Telephone: 01628 520752

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Bray Cottages simply ooze character, luxury, charm and intimacy. The eclectic mix of...

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Taplow House Hotel is a charming, traditional and stunning Georgian country house hotel...

The Oakley Court, built in 1859, is a magnificent country house hotel of Victorian Gothic...

In the Middle Ages, most of Cookham was owned by Cirencester Abbey and the timber-framed 'Churchgate House' was apparently the Abbot's residence when in town. The "Tarry Stone" – still to be seen on the boundary wall of the Dower House – marked the extent of their lands.

A rapid response vehicle, an ambulance officer, an air ambulance and an ambulance crew were all called to an address in Earls Lane at 2.10pm.

It is recorded in the Domesday Book as Cocheham. The name may be from the Old English cōc + hām, meaning 'cook village', i.e. 'village noted for its cooks', although the first element may be derived from the Old English cōc(e) meaning 'hill'.[4]

Cookham is one of a number of locations along the Thames where the colourful Swan Upping Ceremony takes place during the third week of July. This is the time when the Royal Swankeeper catches all new cygnets and assigns ownership.

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The village's neighbours are Maidenhead to the south, Bourne End to the north, Marlow and Bisham to the west and Taplow to the east.

Modern hotel, situated just minutes away from M4 junction 6. Fifteen minutes from...

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The church of the Holy Trinity, although considerably restored, still exhibits parts of its Norman origins as well as many examples of later construction from early English to the late Perpendicular period when the tower was erected. The interior contains many interesting brasses and memorials.

Suggestions that planned tree works will be spoiling the landscape that inspired Kenneth Grahame to write Wind in the Willows have been denied by the National Trust.

Half-dressed people getting out of vans and a naked man tied to a tree are some of the latest reported sightings at a notorious dogging hotspot in Maidenhead – sparking fresh calls for the public to report incidents to police.

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We are pleased to announce that after a 16 month restoration programme of public spaces,...

Although the earliest stone church building may date from 750, the earliest identifiable part of the current Holy Trinity parish church is the Lady Chapel, which was built in the late 12th century on the site of the cell of a female anchorite who lived next to the church and was paid a halfpenny a day by Henry II.[5]

Situated on the banks of the River Thames, the charming building of the Thames Riviera...

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