Here are the five Slough and Windsor stories you may have missed last week.

1. Slough MP seat changes finalised as Langley areas are moved

Slough Observer: A welcome to Slough sign and inset, finalised MP seat constituency boundary proposals. Credit: Slough Borough Council / Boundary Commission for England

Slough will lose areas of Langley from within it’s borders if proposals for a redrawn political map of the area is agreed.

The Boundary Commission for England has recently concluded its proposals for how MP seats in Parliament should be divided.

A review of the constituencies has been undertaken to ensure each MP seat has between 69,724 and 77,062 voters in it, therefore making areas across the country more balanced.

To read the full article click here.

2. Film crews roll into Burnham for secret filming

Slough Observer:

Film crews have rolled into the area for a week of filming.

Burnham Beeches, a popular filming location used in blockbuster movies such as Harry Potter, is currently being used by film crews.

From Monday, July 3 to Friday, July 7, crews will be spotted in Boveney Wood Lane, Abbey Park Lane and Park Lane.

To read the full article click here.

3. Windsor Adventure Play announces opening date and pricing

Slough Observer:

A long-awaited children's attraction has announced its opening date.

Windsor Great Park Adventure Play has wowed parents since its original unveiling back in March.

It has been a long wait to find out when the Harry Potter-esq playground will open, with families becoming frustrated as we near the school summer holidays.

To read the full article click here.

4. Slough council discusses plans for 8 storey building on high street

Slough Observer:

Proposals for an eight-storey building on Slough High Street have been discussed by the council.

On Wednesday, June 28, Slough Borough Council discussed plans to turn 46-56 High Street, Slough, into a mixed-use property.

The mixed-use development would comprise of flexible retail and residential use with associated communal terraces, cycle parking, accessible car parking and waste storage.

To read the full article click here.

5. Popular Indian restaurant Akaya Lounge Slough hit with hefty fine

Slough Observer:

A popular Indian restaurant in the heart of Slough has been slapped with a £25,000 fine after a "fly-tipping horror".

Akaya Lounge on Slough High Street has been fined after brazenly fly-tipping on the verges of the service road behind the shops.

Following a prosecution by Slough Borough Council, Fastfood Business Ltd, owners of Akaya Lounge were found guilty at Reading Magistrates Court on Friday, June 30 of three counts of fly-tipping in the same spot on Grove Parade during February and March this year.

To read the full article click here.