One of the world’s leading tennis players is hoping to secure both a Wimbledon and an Olympic title over the coming months.
Currently seeded number three in the rankings, Roger … Continue reading →
Tickets have gone on sale for the forthcoming Olympic football events following last week’s draw.
The tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis and any successful … Continue reading →
A man has built his own replica of the Houses of Parliament to mark the forthcoming Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
Bill Musgrave from Goudhurst in Kent has designed and constructed a … Continue reading →
Just three weeks after Wimbledon, the players will return to the All England Club to take part in the Olympics.
The players are expecting the event to provide a very … Continue reading →
The Olympic torch to be used in this year’s Games has won a major design award.
Created by London-based Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, the torch was named International Design … Continue reading →
The Queen has been preparing for her Diamond Jubilee weekend by renaming her row barge and re-opening the Cutty Sark.
Alongside the Duke of Edinburgh, the Queen formally named her … Continue reading →
Leading fashion designer Dame Vivienne Westwood has created a special collection to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
The range of new dresses has been designed to reflect the regal nature … Continue reading →
The pressure for London to present a spectacular Olympic Games is already mounting, according to a key official.
Paul Deighton, the chief executive of the London Organising Committee of the … Continue reading →
This year’s Chelsea Flower Show is already surrounded by controversy as changes are made to the judging.
Usually a sedate affair, the 2012 show could see a real battle between … Continue reading →
A group of leading athletes involved in the Paralympic and Olympic Games have celebrated Shakespeare’s birthday.
Alongside actors, the sportsmen and women have put together a short film to promote … Continue reading →
Celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal is behind a special picnic to be held in honour of the Diamond Jubilee.
The picnic will be based on a series of British dishes and … Continue reading →
The art work of 200,000 children has been projected on to front of the Queen’s main residency.
Organised by the Prince’s Foundation for Children and the Arts, the project is … Continue reading →