I originally started writing this piece yesterday with complaints about the M4, Heathrow and litter on the streets, but this morning as I cycled along the thames path on my way to work I had a moment of unadulterated joy
The Mayor invites families to join him on Windsor Castle’s Long Walk for a 21-gun salute in celebration of Her Majesty’s birthday. “I issue a warm invitation to everyone to join in the celebration and look forward to welcoming them
History was made on Tuesday when Michael D Higgins the Irish President came to Windsor for an official state visit. Her Majesty met Mr and Mrs Higgins at a temporary pavilion on Datchet Road, just past the Riverside Station. They
Episode 2 features the founding of Eton College and fines in the 1600s as well as next week’s big event at the long walk.
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Deep in Windsor Royal Shopping Centre, next door to Patisserie Valerie a new eaterie called “Bill’s” has opened for business. We ate lunch there today. We would have pigged out at the Gourmet Burger Kitchen, but they were closed for
A new exhibition of finds from the Kingsmead quarry excavation in Horton has opened in Windsor’s Guildhall Museum. For the next 12 months a collection of fascinating finds will be on show in the heart of the town. The excavations
Legoland is opening for 2014 with a range of discount options for bookings made now. Get up to 35% off regular prices when you book your visit to Legoland today. The children’s adventure park is one of the UK’s top
The torrential rain in January and February 2014 have led to severe flooding along the Thames Valley. While the river at Windsor has indeed burst its banks and flooded, this has affected only a small number of riverside properties. We
This year the Christmas lights will be switched on by on Saturday 16th November. A Children’s Lantern Procession through the streets of Windsor at 3.30pm kicks of the event, followed by programme of live entertainment on Castle Hill.
After staying several weeks longer than originally planned, the six willow arches, each representing a decade of Her Majesty’s reign have been removed from the top of the Long Walk. However, if you want to take a look at one
A spectacular woven willow Coronation Archway was opened on Saturday 14 October to celebrate the 60 years since the Queen’s Coronation. Gardening guru and broadcaster Alan Titchmarsh led the celebrations with a rousing speech on the importance of horticulture to