King Henry VIII's armour has returned to Leeds Castle in Kent after 500 years.
Two of the most iconic pieces of armour that belonged to the infamous monarch are on exhibition in the Castle from 23 July to 21 September.
The Horned Helmet was commissioned by Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I as a gift for the young King.
And the and the Tonlet armour, which was made for the King for the foot combat at the Field of Cloth of Gold, have been loaned to Leeds Castle by the Royal Armouries – home to the national collection of arms and armour.
The tranquil surroundings of Leeds Castle in Kent were shattered today - by the sound of throbbing car engines. Not just any old cars, though, but an elite collection of supercars on display to raise money for The Royal Navy and Royal Marine Children's Fund.
Andrea Thomas went to take a look and spoke to one of the organisers, Barry Firth.
Clippings from a maze in Kent are being used to develop anti-cancer drugs.
Three tonnes are produced annually at Leeds Castle.
The clippings are now being sent to a company who recycle them to be used in chemotherapy drugs.
The Children's Promise group were all born on December the 20th (i.e. 2012) in the year that the Olympic bid was announced (2004). So all these children are now aged seven and were all born on the same day. They were on stage for the lighting of the cauldron at Leeds Castle.