The Green Way:

The Green Way is a streamside walk from Cookham through Maidenhead to Bray.  Originally called the Linear Park, it was an idea of the East Berks Ramblers that the Civic Society helped to bring to fruition.  The original leaflet was published by the Society in 1985 and it is now in its 4th edition.  For a chronology of how all this was achieved click here.

The Greenway project was award the accolade of “Best Environmental Initiative” by the Southern Tourist Board’s “Central Southern England in Bloom” scheme in 1993.

Image of The Green Way
Millenium Walk:

Millenium Walk Map

This project is designed to create a long distance walk from Hurley across country to the Maidenhead riverside and which will connect at each end with the Thames Path.  The ongoing major effort is to fill in the missing links in the walk.   Currently, one of the missing links can at least be walked during the annual charity Boundary Walk, organised by Maidenhead Rotary Club.
Photo of inaugral walk - 2000

Braywick Nature Centre and park:

The Society campaigned for the Braywick old rubbish tip and landfill site to be turned into a nature centre.  The centre provides similar nature activities to those organised during Environment Week.

Photo of The Brawick Centre