The midweek round-up: The five most read Advertiser stories so far this week

Each Wednesday, we bring you a midweek round-up of the five most read stories across the Advertiser sites.

12:03PM, Wednesday 27 April 2016

5.) Skindles development makes progress as £1m homes go on the market

The first steel frameworks for new homes have gone up where the Skindles Hotel once stood in Mill Lane.

The Berkeley Homes redevelopment of the area has made quick progress since planning permission was given by South Bucks District Council in September.

4.) In pictures: Arsenal Charity Team takes on Stand Out For Autism XI

Actors, former professional players and even a reporter were among the footballers who lined up to take part in a charity match at the home of Maidenhead United.

A crowd of about 800 crammed into the York Road ground for the event, which also featured stalls and live music.

3.) Inquest opened into 'unexplained death' in Blackamoor Lane

An inquest has been opened into the ‘unexplained death’ of a software engineer in Maidenhead.

Hendrik Walters, 45, was found dead at his home in Blackamoor Lane by police on Thursday, March 24.

2.) Mother and four-year-old son treated for carbon monoxide poisoning

A mother and her four-year-old son needed hospital treatment for carbon monoxide poisoning this afternoon.

Firefighters were called to a home off the Crescent at about 2pm after the carbon monoxide alarm had started sounding and the pair had begun to feel unwell.

1.) Robbery at Cox Green Co-op

The Co-op in Cox Green has been closed on Sunday following a robbery on Saturday night.

A sign in the window of the Cox Green Lane store confirmed the news and said it was due to reopen at 1pm.


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