Sheds Maidenhead – looking for garden sheds, buildings and workshops in Maidenhead?
How to get to New Line Sheds from Maidenhead
We are located in Padworth, Berkshire RG7 4NU. New Line Sheds is the place to come for all your garden buildings. With over 50 years experience and an actual manufacturer we are sure we can make and install the building for you.
You are more than welcome to visit are large show site where we have over 35 buildings on show, with plenty of free parking. With more than 70% of our sales from recommendation we are sure you will be delighted in what you see.
Directions from Maidenhead to New Line Sheds in Padworth, Reading.
Continue to A308(M)
1.6 mi / 4 min
Head west on Nicholsons Ln toward King St
Turn left onto Frascati Way/A308
Continue to follow A308
Go through 1 roundabout
At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto A308(M) heading to London/M4/Oxford/A404(M)
Follow M4 to West Berkshire. Take exit 12 from M4
18.1 mi / 18 min
Exit the roundabout onto A308(M) heading to London/M4/Oxford/A404(M)
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto the M4 ramp
Merge onto M4
At junction 12, take the A4 exit to Theale/Reading (W)
Follow Bath Rd/A4 and A340 to Church Rd
5.9 mi / 10 min
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Bath Rd/A4
Go through 2 roundabouts
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Basingstoke Rd/A340
Continue to follow A340
Go through 1 roundabout
Keep left to continue on The St
The St turns slightly left and becomes Church Rd
Head east on Church Rd
Continue onto Red Ln
Turn left onto Raghill
Destination will be on the right
Telephone. 0118 9712245
Fax. 0118 942 6391
Address. Padworth Saw Mills, Rag Hill, Padworth, Reading, RG7 4NU
Maidenhead is a large town and unparished area in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, in Berkshire, England. It lies south of the River Thames (although at Maidenhead the river runs north-south so the town is in fact on its west bank). Maidenhead is 25.7 miles (41.4 km) west of Charing Cross in London, and its mainline railway station is set to be the terminus of the Crossrail line.
To the east, on the opposite side of the river from Maidenhead, is the village of Taplow in Buckinghamshire. A few miles further on is Slough. To the north are the Cookhams, Cookham Village, Cookham Rise & Cookham Dean. Also nearby is the wealthy area of Pinkneys Green. These lie south of the Berkshire-Buckinghamshire border, which is formed by the River Thames (which then bends southwards to form the Maidenhead-Taplow border). To the south is the village of Holyport. Continuing by road to the South-East leads to the town of Windsor.
We supply garden sheds, summerhouses, chalets and workshops to the entire area, so if you are interested in seeing our show site, please call us on 0118 9712245 or pop in for a visit.