What's On 2021

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Ascot Racecourse has announced that Royal Ascot 2021 will run from  June 15th to June 19th 2021 and Best Price tickets are available until November 2020.

There are less than 24 hours to be in with the chance to win a private helicopter flight to Royal Ascot 2021 courtesy of Fresh Air UK, don't miss out!

Book your tickets by midnight tonight and you will automatically be entered into a prize draw for 4 persons to arrive at the Royal Meeting in ultimate style.

The Royal Meeting is set to take place 15th - 19th June 2021, and you can secure your place now for the best possible price thanks to our fantastic savings of up to 24% on your tickets, or 35% for groups of 15+.

Tickets available from just £29 per person.  



The LVS Ascot - Independent, Day & Boarding, Infant, Junior & Senior Schools & Sixth Form, London Road Ascot, will hold an Open day on Saturday June 26th 2021

The LVS Ascot is hoping that they will be able to open their doors to you and welcome you to an Open day on Saturday 26th June. This is the perfect opportunity to meet the Principal and senior members of staff, gain a clearer understanding of our curriculum and co-curricular activities, our GCSE and A’ level provision and to get a feel for the personality and culture of the school.

They will be adhering to government guidelines and the lockdown road map, but  are excited at the thought of soon meeting in person and being able to show you round the gorgeous campus.




Beware of roadworks on the approach to the Heatherwood roundabout in Ascot!

Work is about to start on altering the road and roundabout layout as part of the new Heatherwood Hospital development. This will involve work to the main, large roundabout on the High Street by contracting firm, J McCann. The changes will result in an increase from two to three lanes with dedicated filter lanes, which should assist in traffic flow and allow better access to the new developments on the Heatherwood Hospital site. There will also be new street lighting, signage and pedestrian access, including upgraded pedestrian crossing areas. 

The first phase of work started on Monday 1st February, by J McCann will involve utility upgrades and will result in the closure of one lane for about 30 metres running up to the roundabout on the High Street. This should keep traffic disruption to a minimum. The next phase, starting at the end of March, will mean full lane closure until early August. More information will be provied about this as work progresses.

The works have been planned and phased to have the lowest impact on the travelling public, noise levels and the environment. Throughout the project, it is intended to keep traffic flowing, have minimum lane closures and keep any diversions in place for the shortest time possible to safely conduct the works.”


Are you green-fingered and proud?  If your garden is something to boast about, and it’s visible from a public footpath or road, you can enter it into our annual Garden in Bloom competition.

Submit your entry on the RBWM website, email gib@rbwm.gov.uk, or post it to the Mayor’s Parlour at the Town Hall, St Ives Road, Maidenhead SL6 1RF. The closing date for entries is Wednesday 30th June.

Councillors will judge entries on a ward-by-ward basis, with rosettes awarded to the winner and runners up in each.

If you have a friend, family member, or neighbour with an enviable green-fingered garden, you can also nominate them on their behalf. To learn more, read the press release.


July Racing Weekend | July 9th & 10th      www.ascot.co.uk 

Owing to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and uncertainty as to when spectators will be able to return to Ascot Racecourse, we are currently not selling tickets to any Ascot racedays, with racing remaining behind closed doors until further notice.
Nevertheless, you can still enjoy following all the action from home.
The highlight of this competitive racing weekend is the Group 2 Summer Mile Stakes, held on the Saturday. One of the most important mile contests of the season, the race has attracted an impressive line-up in previous years including former Queen Anne Stakes winners Lord Glitters and Accidental Agent. 
Last years winner Mohaather ran a spectacular race under Dane O'Neill following an unlucky run at Royal Ascot a few weeks previous. The Marcus Tregoning trained superstar followed up this impressive performance with a win in the Group 1 Sussex Stakes at Goodwood, proving his talent at the top level of the sport.

The 2021 New Year Fancy Dress Wheelbarrow Race has been postponed and is now scheduled for September 2021.   Contact Robin Pickup on 01344 430035 or email robinpickup@hotmail.com as soon as possible


It will start and finish at the School Road car park behind St Michael’s School in the centre of Sunninghill.   WHY NOT TAKE PART?

You will be welcome to  join 21 other teams who will be bring much fun and excitement to Sunninghill and in the process assist raising monies for some great causes: 

 Completed entry forms and can be emailed to robinpickup@hotmail.com with late entry fees being paid on the day.


Read more: Sunninghill New Year Fancy Dress Wheelbarrow Race | September 2021



The QIPCO King George Diamond Racing Weekend is Ascot's midsummer showpiece, hosting Europe's premier mid-season contest over a mile and half, The King George VI and Queen Elizabeth QIPCO Stakes. A race won by countless legendary names including Nijinsky, Mill Reef, Dancing Brave and Nashwan was no less exciting last year as we welcomed back the much-loved defending champion Enable, with the extraordinary mare winning a record third King George title.