A reception has been held at Buckingham Palace for our Olympic and Paralympic heroes
It's been one week back at the 'day job' for Yeovil's golden girl Heather Stanning.
Olympic and Paralympic athletes who trained in Bath are parading through the city on open-top buses.
It's a year since the Olympics began and almost exactly a year since Peter Wilson shot his way to gold medal glory in the double-trap event at the Games.
The Dorset shooter's life has completely changed in the last 12 months but, despite the many distractions, his sights remain firmly fixed on Rio 2016.
Olympic shooting champion Peter Wilson has paid tribute to his friend and fellow Sherborne resident Andrew Simpson.
The 2012 gold medal winner expressed his shock at the tragedy which claimed the life of his British team mate.
36 year old Simpson died after his yacht capsized during training for the America's Cup race in San Fransisco Bay, California.
In an exclusive interview with ITV News, Wilson recounts meeting Simpson at a local supermarket shortly before he departed for the States:
One of the two bronze medals stolen from Olympians Hannah Macleod and Alex Partridge has been found. They were taken along with their TeamGB jackets when they were at a London nightclub early on Wednesday.
Scotland Yard said Hannah's medal had been posted anonymously to the England Hockey head office.
Bath rower Alex Partridge's gong is still missing though. Tonight he tweeted a request for it to be returned.
If you have my medal please send it to British Rowing 6 Lower Mall Hammersmith London.
Olympic rowers Heather Stanning from Yeovil and Helen Glover from Penzance have been to Buckingham Palace to meet the Queen.
The gold medal winners were among Olympic and Paralympic heroes invited to a reception to celebrate their success. The pair won the first gold medals of Team GB's campaign.
Olympic rowing Gold medallist Heather Stanning, from Yeovil, has returned to her day job as a Wiltshire army captain.
The 27 year old, who's based at Larkhill, was away preparing for the Olympics for two years.
For the many who watched their sporting heroes return, today's parade was a chance to say thank you for what's been called 'a golden summer of sport'. One spectator said the performance of all 25 athletes had "lifted the hearts of the city." Richard Payne reports.
Thousands of people turned out in Bath today to welcome home the city's Olympic and Paralympic athletes. The procession set off from the University of Bath Sports Training Village, which was their base before the Games. Our sports correspondent Matthias Kurth was on board.