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The town has a population of 63,580 (2011 You.Gov census).
Beside the M4, a few miles from Windsor, Maidenhead is less than 30 minutes from the M40 (for the midlands and M6) and the M25 (for London, the South East and M1) and just 20 minutes from Heathrow Airport. The fastest trains to London Paddington take 16 minutes.
If you’re a Maidenhead ‘newbie’ you can find the latest news and events information in the Maidenhead Advertiser.
Armishaws’ local, national and international Maidenhead removals also cover the surrounding towns and villages including;
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Your maidenhead removals could be just the start. The area has some outstanding businesses and companies. Here’s our pick of the best;
Whether it’s a hearty lunch, coffee with friends or somewhere to sit and watch the world go by, Flavio’s is a fantastic spot with even better food!
If you’re looking to give a new room a stylish makeover then Rotanas offer incredible designs from lighting to furniture, to suit every room.
Purveyors of artisan bread, savouries and sweet treats, bakedd are truly passionate about their daily bread (and cakes). They also serve fine roast coffees and wines.
If anybody needed another reason to love Maidenhead then New Wharf Brewery could be it. Purveyors of extraordinary beer, right on the doorstep! Happy days.
Maidenhead is a fascinating place, steeped in history. The roots of the town date back to 100AD when it was a Roman settlement. Later it become the base for the Saxon warrior king, Taeppa. It was the final stop for King Charles I, where he was allowed to see his children before facing the chop under the orders of Parliament. It was the first stop on the Great Western Railway, the town’s bridge was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and has the largest brick arches in Europe (which can carry the sound of a whisper). And a hotel in nearby Clivedon was at the centre of the Profumo affair that brought down the government in 1964.
Today it is a modern town with excellent transport links, charming independent shops and surrounded by fantastic countryside to get out and explore.
History buffs can explore the Heritage Centre and a number of historical buildings and sites. If you’re looking to enjoy the great outdoors you can head to Braywick Nature Centre, Cannoncourt Farm (an area of Special Scientific Interest). There is also a renowned riding centre and rowing club (that have both produced Olympic champions) and two golf courses.
Under 30 minutes from the M40 and the M25 Maidenhead has superb commuter links. By train you can reach London Paddington in 16 minutes. Heathrow Airport is 20 minutes (as the crow flies) and there are a number of notable towns with easy reach including Windsor, Slough and Reading.