Photographs of the Queen starring in four royal pantomimes as a teenager are expected to fetch thousands of pounds at auction.
The Duke of York was guest of honour at a ceremony at RNAS Yeovilton to mark the end of service of the Lynx Mk 3 Full Mission Simulation
A mass has been held at Westminster Cathedral for the Bristol nurse who was found dead after being duped by a hoax call from two DJs.
Prince Charles will unveil coronation meadows across the region today to promote the conservation of grasslands.
Clatinger Farm in Wiltshire and Hyde Mill Meadow in Gloucestershire are two of 60 grasslands chosen across the UK to mark the anniversary of the Queen's coronation
The Queen today of course celebrated 60 years since her Coronation. A very colourful and significant event with all the usual pomp and ceremony in London.
It brought back many happy memories for thousands of people who held street parties across the region to mark the moment Her Majesty was crowned.
A former beauty queen from Bristol remembers it like it was yesterday.
Tim Walsh has the story:
Yesterday was the 60th anniversary of the Queen's coronation and a Wiltshire company will be remembering the role IT played back in 1953. Dents glove makers was responsible for creating the intricate official Coronation Glove presented at the ceremony.
Two gloves were made for the event - a duplicate is housed in the Dents museum in Warminster.
Princess Anne will officially open the Yate International Academy campus today. Her Royal Highness will be shown around the academy - which specialises in science, sport and health - and be given demonstrations by the students. It opened in September last year.
The Duchess of Cornwall met people taking place in a cycle race in aid of the Wiltshire-based charity Help for Heroes in Paris today.
It's part of her first solo official trip abroad. Cyclists taking part in the Big Battlefield Bike Ride are cycling from the Eiffel Tower in Paris to London to raise funds for the charity.
Prince William and Prince Harry enjoy their visit to the new Help For Heroes Recovery Centre at Tedworth House in Wiltshire.
Prince William & Prince Harry have officially opened the new Help For Heroes Recovery Centre at Tedworth House in Wiltshire
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 official opening of the new Help for Heroes Recovery Centre at Tedworth House in Tidworth takes place this morning.
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry will meet injured service personnel, veterans and their families.
We will have a full report later today.