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
Randolph’s Rock Icons Exhibition in Windsor Library, Bachelors Acre, Windsor, SL4 1ER. The Thames Room, First Floor A classic collection of rare rock photos of music icons from the 60s and 70s, featuring the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and John
The International Space Station will be overhead tonight. Look up in the sky at 11:50 PM and watch the ISS travel from west to north for a period of 3 minutes At it’s maximum it will be at 84 degrees,
Guided Tours of Windsor Castle’s Great Kitchen can be added to tours throughout August and September. These are the oldest working kitchen in the country, in constant use for nearly 750 years.
As a Windsor resident have seen the changing of the guard countless times, but still, when the band comes marching up the High Street, I just have to stop and watch. Live music, smart uniforms, pageantry and tradition. I love
Someone has gone to a great deal of effort with this video and it is a great bit of local history. And this one features actual clips rather than just stills.
Despite thundery showers there was no dampening the spirit of those in Windsor today as many celebrated the happy news of the safe arrival of a son to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Chris Brown, the Royal Borough’s Town
This weekend it was hot hot hot, but instead of hiding away inside we decided to get out and enjoy a shaded walk around Savill Gardens in Windsor. What a treat. Whilst the gardens have a knack for looking great
This morning The Queen’s Swan Marker and Swan Uppers of the Vintners’ and Dyers’ Livery Companies left Eton Bridge, rowing upstream in traditional Thames rowing skiffs as they conducted the annual swan census. The tradition of the swan census
The Ice Gallery at number 8 Windsor High Street have unveiled a new collection that has been perfectly timed to fit in with the weather. Just as summer finally gets underway they have changed the whole front of the gallery
Recently released government documents show that while he was living at Fort Belvedere in Windsor Great Park, King Edward VIII was spied on by his own government. In November 1936 the General Post Office (GPO) were ordered to put wiretaps
It is no secret that the Windsor area contains some of the most desirable property in the country. With 4,800 acres of countryside owned by the Crown Estate, and the National Trust holding a further 1,000, Windsor has lots of