Crowds of people have gathered at the 'Best of British Polo' event in Wiltshire today. It is fast becoming a regular fixture on the polo calendar.
Among the events is the 'Heroes' Cup 2015' which includes armed forces personnel and veterans competing on the field.
The events will raise money for Help for Heroes and the Hampshire & Isle of Wight. Last year more than 5,000 spectators turned up for a day of polo, and £15,000 was raised for charity.
It was once described as the grandest house on the Isle of Wight - and it could be yours for six million pounds. The only problem is that you'll have to find at least another ten million pounds if you want to fully restore it, as Richard Slee now reports from Appuldurcombe House in Wroxall on the Isle of Wight.
Two best friends from Surrey, whose collection of dolls' houses is one of the best in the world, have decided it's time to give up the hobby that's kept them busy for decades. Sarah Clark reports.
Four peregrine falcon chicks that hatched on the spire of Salisbury Cathedral have been ringed. The 18-day old chicks have been removed by wildlife experts, weighed, measured and ringed. It's only the second time since 1953 that chicks have successfully hatched at the cathedral. They are expected to fledge in the next three weeks.
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It can reach speeds of more than 400 miles per hour, covering a distance of 586 feet, the length of a football pitch, every second.
It's all part of preparations to beat the world record later this year on the famous Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, America.
In 1999, Richard Brown rode his rocket powered creation Mach 3 Challenger to an officially recorded speed of 332.887mph, the fasted speed at that time.
Since then the record has been set at over 370mph, and he's now attempting to win it back.
The speed tests will be taking place at Pendine Sands on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Former Southampton FC footballer Francis Benali has opened a new accommodation facility for families of children in hospital.
The new Ronald McDonald House Southampton is a "home away from home" for families who need to stay near their children while they are being treated at Southampton Children's Hospital and nearby Princess Anne Hospital.
Benali was joined by Fiona Dalton, chief executive of University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, and Dr Simon Fradd, trustee of Ronald McDonald House Charities, for a ceremony to mark the opening of the house, which has 53 en-suite bedrooms as well as communal kitchens, lounges and playrooms.
The full-back said: "It's an honour and a privilege to be here to open such an incredible facility. I want to do alI I can to encourage people to support the house and spread the word about how much it helps families in their time of need."
During the opening ceremony, guests heard from Sandra Brown, a mother from Jersey, who is among the first to stay at the Ronald McDonald House while her son Jack, 15, is being treated for bleeding on the brain.
She said: "The Ronald McDonald House has brought normality back into our life. It's been a godsend. I have been able to stay near Jack while he is being treated in hospital and not worry about the expense of travel to and from Jersey or paying for accommodation. It will always have a special place in my heart".
There are 14 Ronald McDonald Houses in the UK that in 2014 provided a place to more than 6,000 families who had children in hospital.
A soldier from Salisbury enjoys sewing so much that he is now determined to encourage others to take up the pass time.
Lieutenant Colonel Neil State believes it could help veterans with mental health problems overcome their issues. His belief centres around the fact that creating something can give people a boost, and a sense of fulfillment.
"I've done everything from modifying ammo pouches to carry mortar bombs, sniper suits and then making curtains for soldiers' accommodation and of course as you heard in Bosnia I actually started making my driver's wedding dress and then in Afghanistan was helping the female engagement teams with the US Marine Corps to teach Afghan ladies how to sew."
'Windsor Wednesday' has marked the opening day of the international horse show that is attended by the Queen every year.
The colourful event where riders compete in events such as show jumping, dressage and carriage driving has been taking place since 1943.
The Royal Windsor Horse Show is the only time of the year that the private grounds of the castle are open to the public. Penny Silvester reports.