The emergency services will be simulating a fire at the English Heritage site of Osborne House on the Isle of Wight on Sunday 27th September.
The training exercise will be carried out in a joint operation involving the Isle of Wight Fire & Rescue Service, Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service, Hampshire Constabulary as well as English Heritage which manages the former royal residence in East Cowes.
The exercise starts at 9.15am. The simulation will continue until 4 o'clock in the afternoon. The scenario includes imitation artefacts being removed safely from a first floor room which is not usually open to the public. However the landmark will still be open for business as usual. The site's managers say that there will be minimal restrictions to exterior routes around the house.
People on travel routes between Eastleigh and Cowes, may see a number of fire service vehicles on the roads and waterways. Red Funnel Ferries will also be assisting with the exercise.
Clock restorer Tim Reynolds had to abseil down the clock tower at Osborne House to fix the clock which had stopped. He tells us what a difficult job it was.
Queen Victoria's private beach where she first took a swim in the sea is to be opened to the public for the first time this summer. The stretch of seafront at Osborne, the monarch's seaside home on the Isle of Wight, has never been accessible to the general public.
But now English Heritage has restored Victoria's original bathing machine to the site prior to its opening on July 27. Osborne House, near East Cowes, was a popular retreat for Victoria who enjoyedfamily holidays at the seaside mansion.
She wrote in 1845: "We have quite a charming beach to ourselves."As well as being the first place that she swam in the sea, it was where herchildren learned to swim.
Another picture from a viewer, who captured one of the key ceremonies on the Isle of Wight.