(Maidenhead) Maidenhead Advertiser Reviews
Description:The circulation area of the Maidenhead Advertiser falls into that part of the Thames Valley known as the "Golden Triangle" which is a zone of low unemployment and high standards of living, bounded by Reading, Crawley and London and characterised by the ... more
Newest Review: ... the paper I like the first and most obvious is the amount of local information the paper hold every week. It is always a big ... more
Customer (Maidenhead) Maidenhead Advertiser Reviews (2)
by - written on 01/09/09 (Very useful, 158 readings)
Background: I have lived in the Maidenhead area for most of my life. Having moved around the country for short-term job assignments at various times too. For those who aren't familiar with the place it is a middle size town with a population of 60,000 situation about 25 miles away from London in between Slough and Reading in Berkshire. Although I have lived in this area on and off for a considerable length of time I am not blind to its shortcomings. It is in my opinion a vastly over priced area, with a very average town and little to attract tourists, although there are some lovely smaller regions that are beautiful nearby such as Henley and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/01, updated on 23/04/01 (Somewhat useful, 225 readings)
The Maidenhead Advertiser is an excellent local paper - one of the best I have come across. It covers all the general local news very well. It has extended its reach with separate sections covering outlying areas - Marlow, Cookham, Cippenham, Bray. So most people have a two-tiered coverage - the Maidenhead area and their particular district. The sports coverage is good and comprehensive covering soccer, cricket, rugby, hockey as well as minority activities such as kung fu. Junior age groups are covered as well as adult. It is a really thick paper with lots of reading and with some colour. A full classified section is useful for all sorts of things as ... Read the complete review
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