The Prince of Wales has been given a tour of a chocolate factory as part of a visit to Poundbury in Dorset.Read the full story ›
On the first day of The Open meeting at Cheltenham Racecourse, Princess Anne opened its new, five and a half storey grandstand.Read the full story ›
On the first day of The Open meeting at Cheltenham Racecourse, Princess Anne will be opening its new, five and a half storey grandstand.
It's the final part of a 45 million pound redevelopment of the course spanning a year and a half.
Today is the start of one of Cheltenham Racecourse's most popular meets, The Open - with thousands expected to flock to the event.
The Princess is one of two Royals visiting the West Country today, as The Duke of Edinburgh is in Plymouth visiting marines this afternoon.
The Queen becomes the country's longest serving monarch today - breaking the record set by her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria.
We've been looking back at your memories - Louisa Harrington from Clevedon became "princess for a day" at Buckingham Palace just before she died.
Louisa was a guest of honour of the Queen's Coronation anniversary celebrations in 2003.
Briohny Williams has been speaking to her family:
The Queen becomes the longest reigning monarch today.
We've been looking back at your memories of the Queen. Shortly before she died 9-year-old Louisa Harrington got to meet her and became a princess for the day. Her family have been reflecting on that special day in 2003:
Former England and Gloucester rugby star Mike Tindall is ready to get his nose fixed - but not because of how it looks.
Tindall, who is married to the Queen's grand-daughter Zara Phillips, revealed he can no longer breathe properly through the crooked appendage.
"I don't really want to get it fixed but it looks like I might have to because I can't actually breathe very well. I guess it's something similar to a pug," he told the Daily Mirror.
"The problem is that if I get it done, will people say I've had it just because I'm doing TV stuff now? Because it's definitely not."
Tindall appeared in the ITV series Bear Grylls: Mission Survive earlier this year in which he and other celebrities plunged into the depths of the central American rainforest for a 12-day survival challenge.
Zara's mother the Princess Royal urged the sportsman to have the surgery ahead of his wedding in 2011 but he declined.
The ex-England captain broke his nose as a child, falling off a dodgem, but also suffered several breaks on the rugby field.
Tindall is a proud dad to toddler Mia but when he and Zara announced they were expecting a baby, he took to Twitter to express his delight, joking that he hoped their child would not inherit his looks.
He wrote: "Thanks for all the kind messages, we are very excited and I agree with you all that hopefully he/she won't have my nose."
The officer who led the policing operation in response to the Somerset floods in 2014 has been awarded an MBE.
Chief Superintendent Caroline Peters, the Area Commander for the north east, has been given the award for her service and dedication to the communities of Avon and Somerset.
Caroline headed up the police operation throughout the floods which caused widespread devastation in 2014.
She started her career with the Metropolitan Police in 1987 before joining Avon and Somerset police in 2003. Caroline is married with three daughters.
I am absolutely thrilled and genuinely taken aback. I am immensely proud to receive the award. I would like to thank my husband and family for all their support throughout my career - I could not have done it without them. Policing is a fantastic career and I feel so privileged to work with some great people.
Bath-based musician Van Morrison has been given a knighthood in the Queen's Birthday Honours. The singer-songwriter is known for shying away from publicity - but continues to perform at the age of 69.
1,163 people were honoured this year - 70% of those were recognised for their community work. Our reporter Caron Bell has been to meet two very different people from the region who've devoted their lives to helping people around them.
Scout leader Amir Cheema founded the 1st Bristol Muslim Scout Group - which led to a further 74 Muslim Scout groups across the country.
81 year old Edith Duberley from Ruardean in the Forest of Dean has been awarded a British Empire Medal for her community work.
The Queen is giving the honour of Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) to the following:
Hilary Catherine Isolda Bolitho (87) from Ilminster, Somerset, is being recognised for services to the community in Broadway, Somerset.
Amanda Jane Butcher (59) from Malmesbury, Wiltshire, is Director of RAF Cosford Airshow and Trustee/Director of Association of Sail Training Organisations. She is being recognisded for exceptional support to charities over the last 30 years.
Amir Aziz Cheema (47) from Westbury on Trym, Bristol, is being honoured for services to young people through the Scout Movement
Jacalyn Claire Mathers (51) from Bitton, Bristol is designated Nurse for Safeguarding Children, Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group. She is being recognised for services to tackling female genital mutilation in Bristol.
The British Empire Medal (BEM) is being given to the following:
Edith May Duberley (81) from Ruardean, Gloucestershire is being recognised for services to the community in Ruardean, Gloucestershire. She has run the Village Store for 54 years and the Post Office for 27 years.
Caroline Estella Fowke (59) from Chippenham, Wiltshire, is being honoured for services to children with special educational needs and disabilities.Since 1991 she has been a member with the Wiltshire Dyslexia Association.
John Gilbert Millington (69) from Gloucester,Gloucestershire, is being recognised for services to the community in Witcombe and Bentham.
Maurizia Quarta (49) from Pewsey, Wiltshire, is a volunteer, Co-founder and Chair of Wiltshire Parent Carer Council. She is being recognised for services to children and families.
Clare Melody Waggett (46) Westbury-On-Trym, Bristol is being honoured for services to young people through the Scout Movement and the community.
A die-hard royalist pensioner who spent weeks outside a London hospital for the royal birth missed it - the news was announced while he was in the loo.
Terry Hutt from Weston-super-Mare slept on a bench, weathered the elements and even survived having his bed stolen so that he could be there for the arrival of Princes Charlotte.
But he popped to the bathroom just before the moment of truth - and heard the screams of celebration while changing into his Union Jack suit. He ran back outside, suit in hand, to join the rest of the crowd. The fortnight Terry Hutt spent out in the cold included his 80th birthday. And though he missed out on his hope of sharing a birthday with the princess (by just two days), he did get a chocolate cake and birthday note from Kensington Palace.
The proud monarchist will soon be returning the thought - Mr Hutt is already packing up a parcel to send the proud parents with gifts for the little princess.
His first job, though, is to get some sleep.
I needed to have a rest, so after two weeks on my bench I came back to my dear wife and family.
"Being there was like a full-time job. When Kate went into labour, it was so busy with cameras during the night and into the morning."
""I have known William and the family for years and I always get a thrill out of seeing the new babies.
"We need babies to keep the family going as the more of them there are, the better it will be."