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- Windsor is a suburban town and tourist destination in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead in Berkshire, England.
- Windsor (IPA: usually, but also) is a suburban town and tourist destination in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead in Berkshire, England.
- Windsor is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
- Windsor is a popular tourist destination and location of Windsor Castle, one of the official residences of the British Royal Family.
- Windsor (IPA: usually, but also [ˈwɪndzə]) is a small town in Berkshire on the south-western outskirts of London, south of the River Thames.
- The M4 & A4 are nearby, and in Windsor there are two railway stations; Windsor and Eton Central Station, and the Windsor and Eton Riverside station.
- Located just off junction 10 of the M4, overlooking the river Loddon, ideally located for visiting Legoland, Windsor, Reading and the Thames Valley area.
- Like her siblings, the Princess Royal was educated by tutors and spent most her childhood at Buckingham Palace, Kew Palace, and Windsor Castle.
- Also Princess Mary, Princess Royal refused to attend as the abdicated Duke of Windsor was not invited.
- Thus, court communications never refer to her in terms of a Princess of the United Kingdom, but simply as The Lady Louise Windsor.
- Nicolai is best known for his operatic version of Shakespeare 's comedy The Merry Wives of Windsor (Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor).
- After the knights objected to being termed "poor", King William IV redesignated them in the 19th century as the Military Knights of Windsor.
- Footnotes ^ Local government legislation in the 1970s referred to the borough as "New Windsor".
- Crowne Plaza Heathrow is ideally located for the airport, but also within easy reach of Central London, Legoland and Windsor Castle.
- The constitueny of Maidenhead and Windsor is the most affluent area of the UK, with house prices often exceeding those of Central London.
- The Travelodge Croydon is ideally situated only 13 miles from Chessington World Of Adventures, 40 miles from Windsor Castle and 46 miles from Legoland.
- Holiday Inn Maidenhead is located approximately eight miles from historic Windsor Castle and Legoland and 17 miles from London Heathrow Airport.
- The station is located on the line between Windsor and Eton Riverside and London Waterloo, which lies 38 km (24 miles) to the east.
- Neither Windsor nor Eton is desperately large and walking is a good way around the central area.
- Village setting, convenient for Windsor and Maidenhead and just minutes from the M4 motorway.
- Recreation and entertainment areas of Windsor, Ontario, are also only 20 minutes away via the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel or Ambassador Bridge.
- The well-connected business space to rent in Maidenhead is just 10 minutes from Windsor Racecourse and rail services run into London within 30 minutes.
- Byfleet was a Saxon manor under the Abbot of Westminster and part of the Forest of Windsor at the time of the Conquest.
- He was also the first member of the British Royal Family to use the surname Windsor in lieu of a princely title.
- Her grandson, George V, again explored the issue when changing both the surname and Royal House name in 1917 to Windsor.
- The Duke died in 1972 at Paris, and his body was returned to Britain for burial at Frogmore, near Windsor Castle.
- A smaller number have settled in other cities such as London, Kitchener, Hamilton, Windsor, Barrie, and Ottawa.
- She lived in Ottawa at the time of the election (Windsor Star, 21 May 1999).
- As of 2001, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Windsor and Halifax were home to approximately 78.4 percent of all black Canadians.
- This was the last Parliamentary election the Conservatives lost in Windsor.
- The Conservatives and Mr Howard lauded the election of their first black MP, Adam Afriyie in Windsor.
- Herb Gray represented the Federal riding of Windsor West in the House of Commons from June 1962 to January of 2002.
- George VI then pointed out that as Mr Windsor or Lord Edward Windsor, his brother could sit in the House of Commons.
- When not travelling, Ted Jones divides his time between Villefranche-sur-Mer, near Nice, on the French Riviera, and Windsor, England.
- By Boat: If you are travelling on your luxury speedboat then Windsor is 50 miles upstream from the Thames barrier, and 30 miles downstream from Reading.
- On November 26, 1917, representatives of the NHA clubs met at the Windsor Hotel in Montreal.
- The Windsor Hotel is set only a few miles from Inverness and in the best residential area of Nairn.
- Quietly located adjacent to Windsor Park, the hotel is also within easy walking distance of the fashionable town centre and the River Thames.
- Thistle London Heathrow is located close to Heathrow Airport and also provides an excellent base for exploring Windsor, Richmond, Kew and Central London.
- Close to the airport, this hotel is also near Theatre Royal, Windsor Castle, and Eton College.
- It is located very close to both the historic towns of Windsor and Eton, as well as Slough and Dorney Lake, the planned rowing venue for the 2012 Olympics.
- Windsor Castle is the largest inhabited stronghold in the world as well as the largest castle to be found in England.
- After Windsor Castle, it is the second largest inhabited castle in England.
- Windsor is served by the M4 motorway (freeway) which runs from London to Bristol and South Wales.
- It is well located for Slough, Windsor and London Heathrow and has a railway station - London Paddington - South Wales.
- South Wales, the largest castle in Britain after Windsor, was built in 1268-1271 by the Anglo-Norman lord, Gilbert de Clare.
- The Windsor knot is wide and triangular, designed for wide spread shirt collars.
- Widowed in 1861, the grief-stricken Queen withdrew from public life and left Buckingham Palace to live at Windsor Castle, Balmoral Castle, and Osborne House.
- The Queen was devastated, and ordered her household to move from Windsor to Osborne House on the Isle of Wight.
- They greatly enjoyed the Isle of Wight, far from the pressures court life at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.
- After their marriage, it became the Royal House name of the British Royal Family until changed to Windsor by King George V in 1917.
- A month after his coronation, King George V inspected the scouting movement which assembled in the grounds of Windsor Castle to celebrate the occasion.
- Map sources for Clewer at grid reference TQ073693 Clewer is an area of Windsor, Berkshire, United Kingdom.
- The town of Windsor and some of the surrounding areas contain some of the most expensive and desirable housing areas within the United Kingdom.
- The peerage title Duke of Windsor was created in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1937 for The Prince Edward, formerly King of the United Kingdom.
- He suffered a series of strokes in later years, and was too ill to attend the funeral of the Duke of Windsor in 1972.
- Her funeral took place in St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle attended by all members of the Royal Family.
- Pupatello was born in Windsor, Ontario, and was educated at the University of Windsor.
- Moninder Singh Pandher has a son educated from the same high school and did his undergraduate from University of Windsor named Karandeep Singh Pandher.
- He owned a lawn care business while in university (Windsor Star, 3 June 1995), and was named to the Appraisal Institute of Canada in 1994.
- Gretchen Merrill (born?, died April, 1965 in Windsor, Connecticut[ 1]) was an American figure skater.
- Marcus Camby was arrested on charges of marijuana possession in South Windsor, Connecticut, after police stopped him for a driving offense in June 1997.
- Windsor Castle is one of three official residences of The Queen and has been home to the Sovereign for over 900 years.
- The four most common tie knots are the Half Windsor knot, the Windsor knot, the Four-in-Hand knot, and the Pratt knot.
- Half Windsor knot is a smaller and simpler version of the Windsor knot as the name implies.
- The Half Windsor knot is a slightly smaller knot than the Windsor, and produces a clean, triangular shaped knot.
- Once you learn the skill of tying the Half Windsor knot, you will most likely wear it as your knot of choice.
- Follow this simple guide to tying a full Windsor knot and you'll soon be dressing like the best of them.
- A walk along the riverside offers amazing views of the Thames and great walks towards the villages of Cookham, Marlow; Bray and Windsor and Eton.
- Completed in 2002, this hydraulic channel takes the overflow from the Thames to alleviate flooding in and around Maidenhead, Windsor and Eton.
- Between Maidenhead and Windsor much of the land on the banks of the Thames was under water, the choked rivulets and ditches adding to the inundation.
- Maidenhead is a pretty town spread out along the banks of the Thames close to Windsor and Eton.
- For a wider range of facilities, Twyford, Henley-on-Thames, Reading, Maidenhead and Windsor are all within reach.
- Car: Good links with the M40 and M4 mean that places like Windsor, Marlow, Maidenhead, Reading and West London are within easy reach.
- For shopping there are major cosmopolitan centres at Reading, Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead.
- Charles, the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II, first met Camilla at a polo match in Windsor in 1970 and over the next few years they became very close.
- The current head of the House of Windsor is Elizabeth II, the reigning monarch over the Commonwealth realms.
- Elizabeth was thirteen years old when World War II broke out, and she and her younger sister, Princess Margaret, were evacuated to Windsor Castle, Berkshire.
- At the outbreak of Bubonic plague in London, Elizabeth I and her court left for Windsor Castle in 1563.
- The NDP retained its three ridings, two in Windsor and one in London.
- In the late 1990s, the 7-mile (11 km) long Jubilee River was built, which acts as a flood channel for the Thames around Maidenhead and Windsor.
- Edward VII's son and successor, George V, changed the name of the Royal House to Windsor during the First World War.
- King George V replaced the German-sounding title with the name of Windsor during the First World War.
- Windsor Great Park and the towns of Old Windsor and Windsor are a few kilometres to the northwest.
- Opened in 2002 after over a decade of construction, this 10 mile channel provides flood defences to the towns of Maidenhead, Bray and Windsor.
- A Muster dated approx.1628 shows a total of 2,453 Watermen "for the towns and stairs from Windsor to Gravesend ".
- After the abdication crisis, she and her husband went to stay with the former Edward VIII, by then created Duke of Windsor, at Enzenfeld Castle near Vienna.
- During the American Revolution, she and her husband joined other loyalists and took up residence in Windsor, Nova Scotia.
- She died in London on March 24, 1953, and was buried next to her husband in St. George's Chapel, Windsor.
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