Cambridgeshire gymnast Louis Smith has been given his MBE by the Queen at Buckingham PalaceRead the full story ›
Cambridgeshire gymnast Louis Smith has tweeted a picture of himself at Buckingham Palace with his MBE.
He said: "Chilling with my MBE on the palace steps think its frozen to my hand lol. Thanks for all your messages."
Gymnast Louis Smith from Peterborough has revealed on Twitter that his invite to Buckingham Palace to receive his MBE was forgotten.
In the tweet he revealed his manager had forgotten the invitation.
Smith, who scooped silver on the pommel horse and a bronze in the men's team competition at the London Games, has described being awarded the MBE the proudest moment of his life.
Stars of last summer's Olympics and Paralympics are among those receiving honours at Buckingham Palace today.
Gymnast Louis Smith from Peterborough, who scooped silver on the pommel horse and a bronze in the men's team competition at the London Games, has described being awarded the MBE the proudest moment of his life. Smith went on to win BBC dance series Strictly Come Dancing following the Olympics.
With Louis Smith turning on Christmas Lights in Peterborough tonight, here's another chance to watch our profile of the Olympic gymnast.
Olympic athletes from our region have been in London switching on the Christmas lights.Read the full story ›
The Olympic bronze medallist Max Whitlock has opened a gymnastics club in Suffolk.
Max, from Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire, signed autographs for youngsters at Haverhill Gymnastics Club. He won two bronzes at London 2012 and says he wants to be a positive role model to young gymnasts.
Bronze medal-winning GB hockey player Hannah Macleod has made her first public appearance since her medal went missing last week.Read the full story ›
A schoolgirl from Peterborough has been combining her studies with a burgeoning career as a singer-songwriter.
Maisie-Mae Cater's first EP made it into the top 25 of a download chart, and she has written a special track for the Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah's charitable foundation.
The gold medal winning rower Katherine Grainger has been in Peterborough to officially open a new sports facility at one of the city's schools.
She took on the British boys champion on a rowing machine, 11-year old Archie Sootheran in a one-minute race. Katherine was opening a new £1.9 million sports centre at The Peterborough School.