Slough is a Borough status in the United Kingdom and unitary authority within the Ceremonial counties of England of Berkshire, England. The town straddles the A4 road (England) and the Great Western Main Line,  west of central London. At the 2001 census, the Demography of Slough was 119,070 (est. 122,000 in 2006) and the borough area was the most ethnically diverse local authority area outside London in the United Kingdom. Slough has the highest proportion of religious adherents in England.
Historically, the larger part of the present-day Slough area was List of Buckinghamshire boundary changes with a small part of the borough originally in Middlesex. Slough is home to the Slough Trading Estate, which, coupled with extensive transport links, makes it an important business centre in South East England. It is also home to a campus of Thames Valley University. It is the largest industrial estate in single private ownership in Europe.

Why visit?

  • Slough is home to a number of attractions, including the Slough Observatory, the Slough Ice Arena and the Slough Railway Museum. Visitors can also take a trip to nearby Windsor Castle or Legoland.
  • Slough has a rich history that dates back to the Iron Age. It was once a major trading centre and has been home to many famous people, including the poet John Milton and the author Roald Dahl. Visitors can explore the town's past by visiting the Slough Museum, which houses a variety of artefacts and exhibits.
  • Slough is home to a number of parks and green spaces, including the popular Langley Park. Visitors can enjoy a leisurely stroll or a picnic in the park, or take part in a range of activities such as tennis, football and cricket.