Londoners are being warned to expect transport delays over the Easter break, with roads jammed and some rail services shut down.Read the full story ›
As Christians communities prepare to mark Holy Week, find out the true meaning behind the Easter story and how each day will be celebrated.Read the full story ›
There are long queues at St Pancras International Station this evening after two separate incidents earlier
The first problem came earlier today when a fatality near Lille in northern France involving a French high-speed train resulted in diversions and delays to Eurostar trains.
Then, just as Eurostar services were getting back to normal, a Eurotunnel passenger shuttle train broke down in the tunnel leading to further delays to Eurostar services and long hold-ups of up to four hours for shuttle-train passengers.
Eurostar has had to cancel six trains today - two from London to Paris, two from Paris to London, one from London to Brussels and one from Brussels to London.
Find out how the weather may affect your plans this Easter.Read the full story ›
A perfect storm of rail engineering works, holiday traffic and good weather will see journey times on some roads double this Easter.Read the full story ›
Passengers have been warned to expect major disruption over the Easter period with some London stations closed due to engineering works.Read the full story ›
A farm in Mill Hill is appealing for volunteers to watch over their pregnant ewes during the Easter period and beyond. Belmont Children's Farm is expecting the arrival of over 200 lambs from 1st April 2013.
They also need volunteers to bottle feed lambs which are too weak to feed or haven't bonded with their mother.
As thousands head off for the Easter weekend, commuters who travel through Reading are being warned of disruption as the station is closed due to £900m upgrade.
There are no direct services from Swindon, Oxford and Newbury to London. Trains from Bournemouth and Southampton to the north will also be affected. Here's our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse.
In London, the average Easter spend per family is £2432 according to research carried out by children's charity, Action for Children. Over a third of London parents are concerned about the rising costs of the Easter break.
10% of parents nationally admitted that it's a very stressful time of year and worry about keeping their children entertained. Over the Easter period, Action for Children is hosting The Big Egg Hunt in Covent Garden.
Families in London have admitted to finding the Easter holidays stressful.
That is according to the charity Action for Children, who say parents feel under pressure to spend money on keeping everyone in the family entertained.
The study found that, on average, more than £240 is spent per family during the Easter break