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Maidenhead,

city (1991 pop. 59,809), Windsor and Maidenhead, S central England, on the Thames River. It is a residential town with brewing and milling industries as well as a resort. The 13th-century stone bridge was rebuilt in the 1770s.

maidenhead

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Maidenhead

a town in S England, in Windsor and Maidenhead unitary authority, Berkshire, on the River Thames. Pop.: 58 848 (2001)
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There seemed little danger as Jason Oswell was putting the Maidenhead backline under pressure to clear their lines quickly, but as Joe Ellul's long ball forward found James Akintunde on the right, his driven low cross cannoned home off the shins of Young as he raced into the Dragons box to add cover, the unlucky touch wrong footing Dibble.
"Although we are a Bicycle Cafe the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead council has started legal proceedings against us in order to stop cyclists attending the cafe in groups or gatherings.
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According to Tikehau, the centre has strong potential for redevelopment in line with comprehensive urban regeneration strategy initiated by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead to substantially improve the Town's facilities and appeal.
A heavily-depleted Heed threw everything at Maidenhead but were unable to force goalkeeper Carl Pentney into a meaningful save.
They managed only one attempt at goal, and that was off target, as lowly Maidenhead dominated.
Maidenhead almost hit back just before the break but Adrian Clifton's header from a Max Worsfold cross hit the crossbar and Wrexham went into the break with a two-goal cushion.
The Moors continued to press and went close to doubling their lead on the half hour when Jamey Osborne slipped the ball through to striker Danny Wright but his shot flew wide of the Maidenhead target.
SOLIHULL made it back-toback wins with victory over Maidenhead to give new boss Tim Flowers the perfect start to the new campaign.
Manager Steve Watson, delighted with the victory at Maidenhead, is keen to pit his wits against new Salford boss Graham Alexander.
Graham Lee, of Maidenhead Labour Party, called for more genuinely affordable social housing "instead of just the highend luxury housing that appears on the rental market, and which our taxes fund via housing benefit payments to landlords.