Windsor and Maidenhead


Windsor and Maidenhead Conservation Volunteers

Windsor & Maidenhead Conservation Volunteers run a programme of tasks and social events throughout the year. Contact Gill Evans on 01628 781685 or e-mail: Find out more at  Other groups are listed under Conservation Volunteering.

The RBWM Climate Community

The RBWM Climate Community mission is to educate and inspire residents, schools and business to act and to encourage and support local environmental groups to work together for maximum local impact.

Wild Groups

The number of active Wild groups in the Royal Borough is growing. Their aims range from organising conservation tasks for volunteers to talks, walks and campaigning for local wildlife. 

Wild Cookham has many knowledgeable people and activities focused on the Cookham area.

Wild Maidenhead was formed to improve and protect wild things and wild places in Maidenhead town and the surrounding rural villages and countryside.  Walks, talks and campaigning in the Royal Borough are important for ensuring local wildlife and protection of nature is kept high on the political agenda. 

Wild SL6 is a group of young people who are really passionate about having a say when it comes to the local environment. They are based in the SL6 area of Berkshire and their focus is to support the other local wildlife groups such as WildCookham and WildMaidenhead with projects and education. Contact: Rosie Street  email:  tel: 07531266534

Wild Eton Wick was set up in 2019 to improve biodiversity for the benefit of wildlife and people.

Wild Windsor is the most recent additon to the Wild family.

Maidenhead Farmers' Market

Held on the second Sunday of every month from 9.30 am – 1 pm Maidenhead Farmers’ Market offers a comprehensive choice of locally produced meats, fish, cheeses, seasonal vegetables and fruit, baked goods, jams, chutneys & preserves and speciality products.  Join the loyalty scheme and receive a £5 voucher to spend after six visits. Interested in joining us as a stallholder? Email:

Windsor Green up our Streets

Green up our Streets is an initiative of the Green Earth Plan CIC, a community driven urban greening initiative.  The Windsor group plans to encourage involvement in ten areas initially.  To get involved go to Windsor Green Up Our Streets

Windsor Farmers' Market

Windsor Farmers’ Market takes place from 9 am to 1 pm on the first Saturday of the month on Bachelor’s Acre, off Victoria Street.  It has a good range of local food and drink including organic breads, seasonal fruit and veg, meats and cheese.  Run by TVFM which also runs the Ascot market.


Wildlife in Ascot

Wildlife in Ascot has a mission to encourage people to support wildlife around Ascot.  Activities include planting new hedgerows, cutting back vegetation, campaigning and supporting other groups in RBWM.


Windsor Ascot Maidenhead Land Trust

One of a nationwide network of community land trusts. See under Community Enterprise.