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The Hope for Heroes garden was undoubtedly inspiring

Behind the scenes at Chelsea Flower Show

Is the famous show missing its ‘shock factor’? Naomi Slade ponders this and picks out her favourite discoveries of the 2014 event

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Oakley Court

Things to see and do in Windsor

Combining 1,000 years of history with contemporary shops and cafes, fine dining, and leisure activities along the Thames, Windsor is the perfect town to visit this summer, says Katy Eachus

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Battle of Britain, World War II, 1940

How the fields of Berkshire and Buckinghamshire played a vital part in the Second World War

The patchwork fields of our counties hid some vital centres of the Second World War effort, but you had to look up to see the results, explains John Leete

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Having driven down from the castle, Her Majesty makes her way across the showground

Royal Windsor Horse Show draws stars and crowds from far afield

This year’s Royal Windsor Horse Show was undoubtedly the best for many years, with innovations and the return of old favourites such as International Dressage making it an occasion to remember.

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Women in Racing at Windsor

Women were toasting both horseracing and football at Royal Windsor Racecourse’s Monday night season finale.

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The Thames Valley and Chiltern Air Ambulance Trust relies on a massive fundraising effort every year

Vital support for life saver plus more charitable news

Good causes - news from across Berkshire and Buckinghamshire

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Jamie puts the finishing touches to a dish

Q&A with Jamie Brown, executive chef at FORK restaurant

Jamie Brown, executive chef at the stylish FORK restaurant in Sunninghill’s Royal Berkshire Hotel, shares some secrets

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Mark Webber with the winning Aylesbury team

First ever Mark Webber Youth Challenge sees Buckinghamshire students help raise almost £3,000

Buckinghamshire students have helped to raise almost £3,000 for a local education charity in the first ever Mark Webber Youth Challenge.

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