The Duchess of Cambridge will be visiting Naomi House Children's Hospice in Hampshire today.
A couple from Berkshire have sculpted two giant busts of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh - in their front garden.
Members of 22 Field Hospital who served in Afghanistan, were presented with their service medals by the Countess of Wessex in Aldershot.
The Duke of Cambridge has arrived at Tedworth House in Wiltshire at the start of his visit to officially open the new Help for Heroes Recovery Centre
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry will visit Tedworth House in Tidworth later as they offically open the new Help for Heroes Recovery Centre.
The Princes will meet injured service personnel, veterans and their families.
It's a question that has been the cause of much debate. Was King Arthur a real historical figure or a myth? According to medieval history, he led Britons to repel saxon invaders in the 5th & 6th centuries. His story complete with knights, dragons and magic has developed over the centuries.
Now historians have established the first written mention of the legendary King came through work done in Oxfordshire. Penny Silvester reports.
The Princess Royal has opened a £3.5 million hospital for people with brain injuries in Swindon. Chalkdown House has twenty beds for patients - as well as offering treatment and rehabilitation. Our reporter Laura Makin-Isherwood was at the opening ceremony.
The princess Royal spoke to some of the staff who will be working at the new hospital, discussing the role they will be undertaking, the resources that will be available and their previous experience.
Chalkdown House in Swindon is a 20 bed independent hospital that cost £3.5m to build and willprovide expert services for people in the south west rehabilitating from brain injury.
Before leaving, The Princess Royal thanked those making the build possible.
Princess Anne had officially opened Chalkdown House, a new brain injury hospital in Swindon.
After taking a tour of the new service HRH the Princess Royal met contractors and others who made the building of the service possible.Nick Thatcher (right) donated the funds for the IT suite at Chalkdown House.