Colnbrook ex-pat Rosemarie Woody, now living in the USA, has asked visitors to Colnbrook Views to share any memories they have of the old Poyle Manor.
Colnbrook war veteran Derek Martin has sadly died before the salvage operation – to retrieve the flying boat he flew in the war – was completed.
Datchet residents will hold celebrations next week that will see The Green recreated as a World War I training camp.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of what is believed to be the first and only Colnbrook air crash, on 6th November 1963.
A storage firm that began in Colnbrook is celebrating 30 years in business by offering customers the chance to win prizes in a series of anniversary competitions.
A huge model of Concorde which stood at the entrance to Heathrow for nearly 20 years has been restored and placed at Brooklands Museum in Surrey. It will be unveiled on 22 November in its new position at the entrance to the museum.
A joint venture between Iver and Colnbrook is seeking funding to document the long association of the two villages. The intention is to encourage the youth of both villages to engage with elder villagers and build a chronological record from people’s memories.
Any long term residents out there recall the Home Guard or a Wheatley House in Colnbrook? If so, Sheena Rosser would be really pleased to hear from you!
Bus users in Poyle were yesterday treated to a taste of the past when a 60 year old RT bus ran the 305 Route from Poyle to Staines.