Thieves steal groundskeeping equipment from Maidenhead and Bray Cricket Club 03:14PM, Sunday 21 January 2018 A cricket club is warning fellow teams in the area to be vigilant after thieves made off with some of its expensive groundskeeping equipment. On Friday morning, the groundsman at Maidenhead and Bray Cricket Club discovered that a storage container in the club’s car park in Bray had been broken into overnight.
The secret hiding place of the crown jewels during the Second World War has been revealed in a new BBC documentary. In a bid to keep the precious stones out of the clutches of Adolf Hitler’s forces, the jewels were kept 60ft beneath Windsor Castle in a Bath Oliver biscuit tin. The Queen admitted she had no idea about the hiding place at her royal residence when she was quizzed during the documentary which aired on Sunday. She said: “We were only children then.
Two thieves wearing balaclavas stormed into a nail salon in Dedworth before snatching a woman’s bag and making off with her luxury Mercedes. The brazen burglary took place at about 7pm on Tuesday (Jan16) at The Beauty Advice Clinic in Dedworth Road. The victim, Amy Sinclair, of Oakley Green, has now launched a petition calling for more police on the streets of Windsor to keep residents safe. The petition says: “This was a dreadful attack which has left me mentally scarred.
Great sporting picture from yesterday by @NickParford Windsor FC boss Mick Woodham looking particularly frustrated after his side threw away three points at home to Brimscombe & Thrupp. https://t.co/1gO9ru5mfU
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