09:16AM, Thursday 23 October 2014
A statue of the Queen's horses in Windsor has been nominated for a prestigious monuments and sculpture award.
The Windsor Greys statue, created by sculpture Robert Rattray, was unveiled by the Queen in March near The Long Walk, and cost £200,000.
It has now been nominated for a Marsh Award by the Public Monuments and Sculpture Association, along with statues of Charles Dickens and Alfred Russell Wallace, amongst others.
Winners of the award will be announced on November 6.
Top Ten Articles
Hungry residents in Slough and Windsor can now have a Big Mac sent directly to their door as McDonald’s joins forces with a food delivery service in the towns.