02:04PM, Friday 01 January 2016
We look back at the most read stories on the Windsor Express website in 2015.
A lonely greyhound ended his 405 day stay at Old Windsor’s Battersea Dogs & Cats Home in style as he travelled to his new home in a private plane.
9. Visitors vent anger at 'shambolic' Legoland overcrowding (August 28)
Overcrowding, long queues and traffic chaos led to a string of complaints from angry Legoland customers on social media.
A puppy lost an eye during an attack by another dog as his horrified owner and her two young children watched on.
Ascot’s Jamie Raven, the man that made Simon Cowell say he believes in magic, wowed millions of viewers worldwide with his mind-boggling performances on the talent show.
Cricketers from across the Royal Borough have paid tribute to a 'born leader' who died following a short battle with cancer. Wes Nichols, 36, passed away on Thursday, February 26. Following his death messages have poured in for the much-loved Australian.
A police car was involved in a crash with a BMW, leaving a male driver and two police officers requiring treatment at Wexham Park Hospital.
Four people were taken to hospital following a 'boat explosion' at Saxon Moorings in Old Windsor. Huge plumes of black smoke could be seen billowing into the sky and an Air Ambulance, a rapid response vehicle, four ambulance officers and three ambulance crews were dispatched to the scene.
A film crew for Sky’s end-of-the-world drama Apocalypse Slough descended on Thames Side in Windsor.
A member of the Queen’s Guard turned his rifle on a tourist who had been mimicking his stride in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
A Windsor coffee shop which had rat droppings in one of its store rooms, dirty kitchen areas and food at risk of contamination was convicted of 13 food hygiene offences.
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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.