Windsor has a lot of pubs and bars in the centre of town that day trippers visit after the Castle has been explored. There are some great gems to be found in less visited parts of town too. Some of
Always popular because of the location, The Boatman is one of the only pubs or restaurants in Windsor where you can sit right next to the river and eat. In the past this popularity was a problem. the pub (donkey
The Inner Wheel Club of Slough presents “The Grand Pumpkin Party”, in aid of the Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice, On Saturday 10 November families are invited to the Old Ruins on St Leonard’s Hill to join in fun and games
The hoardings have gone up at the BRICKLAYERS ARMS on Hatch Lane. The Three Elms closed earlier this year and The Bell went shortly before that, leaving a great swathe of West Windsor without a local pub within walking distance.
A plan proposed at an Eton Community Association meeting to involve volunteers in tidying up the increadingly shabby Jubilee Square in Eton has been squashed by bureaucrats. Eton Town Council’s insurers warned the council that the authority would have to
Windsor Museum at the Guildhall hosted a Medieval Merriment fun day on saturday 29th september featuring chain mail making, medieval weaving, cookery and crafts. The turnout was excellent with one of the biggest crowds ever and the staff and volunteers
The Windsor and Eton brewery have picked up a Gold Award from the Campaign for Real Ale for their Conqueror Ale. The prize was awarded in the category of best strong bitter in the London and South East region of the
The weather flipped to torrents of rain just a couple of minutes after this photo was taken. It shows just how many people turned out to see the olympic torch in Windsor. This was just the crowd along the
Walking along the river the other day we saw the temporary bridge that has been put in place to allow people (ticketholders only) to cross from Windsor racecourse to the olympic rowing lake. For some reason I had imagined an
One of the most picturesque shots of the olympic torch procession will be when it travels down the long walk from the castle as far as Albert Road . We only hope that the 3 sponsors busses will have the
The BBC is reporting that the Relief Road is to be renamed Royal Windsor Way. The A332 relief road has just undergone major refurbishment and so a new name seems appropriate.
At the Swan in Clewer last night I tried the new Windsor and Eton brewery offering ‘Treetops’. Loved it so much I feel it is worth a blog post. Treetops is a dark Stout with rich flavours. My immediate reaction