A Somerset school has erected a blue plaque in honour of former pupil and Hot Fuzz director Edgar WrightRead the full story ›
Duke & the Duchess of Cambridge have touched down at Fairford for the annual airshow, but as ever, Prince George has made his entrance.Read the full story ›
The gates have opened at the Fairford Air Show in Gloucestershire.
Final preparations have been made for what is the Biggest Air Show in the UK. The much anticipated debut of the most advanced fighter jet in the world - the F 35 B Lightning - and displays from the Red Arrows will be the highlights.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are also expected to be attending the event.
The new all-purpose fighter jet, the F35 Lightning is putting in an appearance at the Royal International Air Tattoo in GloucestershireRead the full story ›
Inspired by the cosmic adventures of Wiltshire astronaut Tim Peake, Morph is making his own journey into Space today (6 July).Read the full story ›
The RAF's new state of the art fighter jet has touched down for the first time at Fairford in Gloucestershire.Read the full story ›
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn has announced that he's pulling out of a planned visit to the Glastonbury Festival tomorrow.
A spokesman said that he's "focusing on the issues" thrown up by the "momentous" EU referendum results.
He was due to appear on the Left Field stage at an event organised by singer and activist Billy Bragg.
Mr Corbyn's visit was announced three months ago. He would have been the first Labour leader to appear at Pilton.
The start of music on the Other Stage at Glastonbury was postponed today because the grass was water-logged. Organisers were forced to keep back the crowd and lay down wood chippings to soak up the mud. After a delay of nearly an hour the festival organiser Michael Eavis cut a ribbon to get the music underway saying that it was a "gloomy morning for many reasons".
The Other Stage is opening now. Apologies for the delay as we repaired damage to the field. We will post updated set times shortly.
Looking around the site its hard to believe that its is a working farm. Kylie's came to the site weeks ago when there were no tents in site.Read the full story ›
Glastonbury Festival has tweeted this warning to people queuing to come on site.
Carparks are open and traffic is coming onto site. If you are in a queue, please stay in your vehicle. It is not safe to stand on the road.
It follows long queues earlier today, after mud caused problems accessing the festival site at Pilton, although some late sunshine quickly dried much of the ground.