Lapland UK in Ascot is restoring people's faith in Christmas attractions.
The Duke of Cambridge has made his first public appearance since leaving hospital with his newborn son, playing in a charity polo match.
A British man has died after getting into difficulty during an expedition in Greenland. One of his friends from Ascot is in hospital.
Women will be dressed up to the nines today as it's Ladies day at Royal Ascot. The big race of the day at the Berkshire course is the Ascot Gold cup. Around 300,000 racegoers are expected to attend over the five-day meeting.
Click video. It was supposed to be the trip of a lifetime - three friends together on an expedition across the Arctic ice cap. But, just two days into the adventure, one man is dead and two others are in hospital after they were caught in a severe snow storm.
An inquest is to be opened into the death of the Russian businessman Boris Berezovsky, whose body was found at his home in Mill Lane in Ascot on Saturday 23 March 2013. A formal identification by his next of kin took place on the afternoon of Tuesday 26 March.
Thames Valley Police said the inquest will be opened by HM Coroner for Berkshire Peter Bedford on Thursday 28 March in Windsor.
Thames Valley Police have issued a statement about their investigation into the death of the Russian businessman Boris Berezovsky at his home in Ascot on Saturday 23 March 2013. The lead investigator re-iterated that the police had no evidence of third-party involvement in the tycoon's death.
“Scenes of Crime Officers are carrying out further forensic examinations at the property and these are expected to last several days.
“A cordon will remain in place until this work has been completed, to protect the scene."
– Det Ch Insp Kevin Brown, Deputy Senior Investigating Officer, Thames Valley Police
“While this important investigative work continues, we are unable to comment on any items found within the property.
“I would like to reiterate that we have no evidence of any third-party involvement at this stage and we will not speculate on the cause of death until the post-mortem examination has been carried out.”