The Royal Mint has released a new £5 coin to mark the centenary of the House of Windsor. The design features the view of the round tower that is based on the Badge of the House of Windsor, originally approved
Following last weeks dreadful attack in London it looks like there will be now have to be further changes to the security arrangements in Windsor. It was only a few weeks ago that the changing of the guard ceremony was
Windsor great Park Valley Gardens are erupting into life right now . Daffodils, Camellias and Magnolias, Azaelias and Rhododendrons are all begining to bloom. We even saw a butterfly. Over the next couple of weeks the valleys will be a riot
Windsor has a lot of pubs and bars in the centre of town that day trippers visit after the Castle has been explored. There are some great gems to be found in less visited parts of town too. Some of
Locals with hairy faces are set to be looking a bit more tidy from now on following the launch of Faceful.co.uk selling beard oils online. A Windsor resident was unhappy with the quality of the beard oil he was given
In a change that will please as many people as it upsets, the La Tasca tapas restaurant in the Windsor Royal Shopping Arcade has closed its doors. The restaurant which scored an average of 3.5 out of 5 from 458
Although Peascod Street is easy to find, non-locals may not discover the little side alley by number eleven that leads to a newly established Korean Restaurant. We hope that doesn’t happen because the Nam Kang deserves to survive and flourish.
The 90th birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth will be marked by a number of colourful events in Windsor. The Council have announced a celebratory ticketed concert in the new bandstand in Alexandra Gardens on Wednesday 20th April 2016. The
For the first time in her reign, Her Majesty is now spending more time in Windsor than at Buckingham Palace. For years it has been common knowledge that Her Majesty and Princ Phillip consider Windsor to be their primary home,
Windsor has lit it’s Christmas tree and turned on the Peascod Street illuminations. However the real star of the show, for the second year running are the projections on the Garter tower which will be running from dusk each evening.
This weekend (Saturday 21st November 2015) we will be switching on our Christmas lights. Last year there was, as ever, a huge turnout for the first big Windsor event of the Holiday period. The fun begins mid afternoon with music
After just a couple of years of trading the Morrisons local supermarket at 32 Peascod Street has closed its doors. The smallest of the ‘big four’ supermarket chains sold all their 140 “local” stores earlier in the year. It is