The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort park has closed down for its annual autumn clean up, in order to get everything spick and span for Halloween.
World's tallest Lego structure unveiled in Windsor
Queen on Jubilee stroll through Windsor
Windsor-based troops have been put through their paces on a training exercise in Italy. Troops from D Squadron Household Cavalry took part in 'Exercise Eagle' testing the soldiers' reconnaissance and soldiering skills.
It was also a chance to share techniques and tactics with their Italian counterparts. It took place on a simulated terrorist camp at Monte Romano ranges, near Rome.
Several Sunday newspapers are reporting that Tory MP for WIndsor, Adam Afriyie, is being tipped to be the next Tory leader.The self-made IT millionaire from Peckham became the party's first black MP in 2005.
In response to the rumours Mr Afriyie told the Mail on Sunday:
"You are being very mischievous. I supported David Cameron to become leader. I love him and want him to be leader for the next 20 years."
Service suspended on First Great Western between Slough and Windsor and Eton Central due to signalling problem.
Two lanes closed due to accident on M4 Westbound between J5 A4 (Langley) and J6 A355 (Slough / Windsor).
300 people broke out colourful umbrellas to mark St. Swithin's Day at Legoland Windsor. Legend has it that if it rains today, it will rain for the next forty days.
Sir Roger Bannister, the runner of the historic first four-minute mile in Oxford in the 1950s - was back in the city today to carry the Olympic torch.
He was one of many torchbearers who took part in the route that went through Henley-on-Thames, Bisham, Windsor - where it travelled through the grounds of the Castle watched by Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Phillip - and then Ascot and Reading. Glen Goodman reports.
The Olympic torch relay will get the royal seal of approval today when it reaches Windsor Castle. The Queen will be there to see it as it is carried past. Earlier, a man was arrested for streaking as the torch was carried through Henley. Glen Goodman reports.
Zoe Cartell from Legoland Windsor says the tower took four days to build.