There's so much to explore on Maidenhead and Cookham Commons. Follow in the footsteps of artist Stanley Spencer on Cookham Commons, or Maidenhead Thicket offers varied walking routes throughout the seasons with highlights including clumps of snowdrops in spring and a golden canopy of oak and lime leaves in autumn.
The Thicket offers varied walking routes throughout the seasons with highlights including clumps of snowdrops in spring and a golden canopy of oak and lime leaves in autumn.
Situated on the banks of the River Thames, opposite the town of Bourne End, the chalk grasslands of Cock Marsh make for a pleasant riverside stroll.
A meander through our hay meadows at Pinkneys Green will reveal a rich variety of grasses, flowers and buzzing insects that have made their home in this expanse of open grassland.
Discover the long history of Cookham village, learn about celebrated locals and take a wander through the wildlife-rich chalk grasslands of Cock Marsh.
The commons stretch from Cookham in the east, to Maidenhead Thicket in the west, and to North Town Moor on the northern edge of Maidenhead.
Local to Cookham, the works of artist Stanley Spencer capture everyday village life and the rural idyll of his surroundings.
At the very heart of Cookham Village, the Moor is often a focal point for local events and fetes. It’s also a great starting point for and extended walk along the river Thames to Cock Marsh.