Cookham, England

Cookham is a village and civil parish in the north-easternmost corner of Berkshire in England, on the River Thames. It lies 2 miles north of Maidenhead close to the border with Buckinghamshire.

The village is a popular tourist destination, as it is a convenient base for a number of walks along the Thames Path and across National Trust property. There are a good selection of restaurants and pubs in the High Street. The Stanley Spencer Gallery, based in the former Methodist chapel, also has a permanent exhibition of the artist's works.

Things to See & Do

* Thames path
* Stanley Spencer Gallery

Cruise Season – March - Dec
Currency – Pound Sterling (GBP)
Language – English
Population – 6,000 approx
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time – UTC plus zero hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 44

Travel Links - Cookham railway station is at Cookham Rise, on the Marlow to Maidenhead branch line. There are one or two direct trains to London, Paddington during rush hour, but the majority of trains require a change at Maidenhead.

An hourly bus service to Maidenhead, Bourne End and High Wycombe is provided by Arriva Shires & Essex six days a week; on Sundays Courtney Coaches run a service from the village to Maidenehead and Bracknell.

Then, of course, there is always the river, which has a long stretch of moorings above Cookham Bridge.

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