The Cookham and Maidenhead Arts Trail is a non-profit making community event run by volunteers.  The event is free and all are welcome and encouraged to take a look at the diverse range of arts on display.  It is put together by a group of artists – a new group in 2019 – and all work is undertaken on a voluntary basis.


The purpose is to promote high quality visual arts in the area and encourage participation in the arts by inspiring the public with such work by artists and makers, demonstrating artistic practice and process.  


Artists are delighted to meet with the public and this is an informal and convivial way for artist and public to meet.


The venues are numbered according to the suggested route of the trail starting in Maidenhead then up to Cookham, returning to Maidenhead and finishing in the south of the town. To follow the trail, check out our Trail Map page.


If you are an artist and interested in joining the trail you will find more details here.

CAMAT 2022

We are sorry to announce we will be unable to run a Cookham and Maidenhead Arts Trail in 2022. Thank you to all our helpers, sponsors, artists and visitors for making CAMAT a vibrant and creative event in the calendar for all these past years. We still do hope to return in the future in some capacity so if you are happy to help please get in touch.

CAMAT 2021


The Cookham and Maidenhead Arts Trail 2021 will take place over the week-end of

11 and 12 September.

This is an opportunity for the public to see quality art in a trail where the venues are located within a 5 mile radius round Cookham and Maidenhead and are open from 10am to 5pm over the weekend.  Likewise, it provides local artists with a chance to display their art and meet with the public in an informal manner and discuss their art with the public. Refreshments and demonstrations are available at many venues.  Entry is free to all venues.


There will be a group exhibition displaying a selection of work in the Gallery at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead SL6 4PF which we would encourage the public to visit.