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The Council’s Family and Community Learning Service offers courses for leisure, personal development and also as a starting point to further learning at local colleges. Courses are funded in partnership with the Skills Funding Agency. Courses ranging from Indian Cooking to Digital Photography are offered, so if you are interested in learning a new skill, or taking part in a new activity, book your place on a course by telephoning the relevant contact number in the prospectus or by sending an email to email@example.com.
The Adult and Community Learning Online Course Guide can be accessed from the homepage of the RBWM website http://www.rbwm.gov.uk. From Forthcoming Events click More Events >> and you will find the link to Adult & Community Learning Courses at the bottom of the Events Diary or click on the Adult and Community Learning Online Course Guide on the Adult and Community Learning page of the RBWM website.
Please note that you must contact us as soon as possible to ensure your place on a course. If there are insufficient learners to run a course your name will be kept on a waiting list and you will receive information on a similar course in the future.
For general information and advice about learning opportunities available in the Borough please contact the Family and Community Learning Service by telephoning 01628 796 584 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Town Hall, St. Ives Road
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Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
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Maidenhead SL6 1RF
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There are at the moment eleven listed buildings on the statutory list for Wraysbury. There were in 1955 only three nominated:-
1) King John’s Hunting Lodge originally known as Place Farm or Place House
2) Ankerwycke Nunnery Ruins, Staines Road and now on National Trust Property
3) The Church of St Andrew, Windsor Road
In the eighties the Parish Council were contacted by the County of Berkshire Planning Department to provide an opportunity to expand the list and suggest further buildings of “Special Architectural or Historic Interest” As a result of this on 26th April 1984 the Secretary of State compiled a revised and enlarged list of such buildings within the Royal Borough. This list included the previous three and a further eight buildings and they are:-
4) The Perseverance Public House, High Street
5) Magna Carta House, Magna Carta Island
6) Manor Farmhouse, North of the Church, St Andrew’s Close
7) Downhams, 90 Staines Road
8) Tithe Farm Cottage, 50 Station Road
9) Greenwood formerly Wraysbury House Lodge, 74 Station Road
10) The Old Vicarage, Vicarage Lane
11) The George Inn, Windsor Road
Other suggestions, twelve in number were proposed by the Parish including the Grange, the Baptist Church, Ankerwycke house (then still surviving as a burnt out shell). Tithe farm itself, the Green Man and Remenham House and others but not included.
More information about all of these buildings both included and not included are preserved in the Parish Archive Room. So if you are curious come and visit us most Thursday mornings 10 – 1 in the Village Hall.
Dennis Pitt Village Archive Room