The Olympic rowing champion Peter Reed, who won gold at the London 2012 Games, will be honoured in his home-town in Gloucestershire on the 15th of September.
Reed raced in the crew of the men's coxless four event, successfully retaining the title he first won in Beijing four years ago.
A civic reception in Stroud and an open-top bus tour through Nailsworth, where he grew up, is being planned to celebrate his the 31-year-old's success.
The 25-year-old has been showing his medal to all those who cheered him on in Glanvilles Wootton.
Samantha Murray is celebrating winning Team GB's last medal of the London 2012 Olympics. She took silver in the modern pentathlon yesterday.
There were celebrations in Wiltshire in honour of gold medal winner Ed McKeever. The main post box in Bradford on Avon was painted gold.