10:10AM, Wednesday 31 July 2013
The Royal Mail has announced that the golden postbox in the High Street is to remain a permanent fixture.
It was given a golden coat last year to mark the success of equestrian Sophie Christiansen at the Paralympic Games in London.
It has now received a fresh coat of paint and a plaque has been attached to help provide a permanent reminder of Sophie's success.
The 25-year-old, who lives in the town, won three gold medals at the games.
Two other postboxes, in Sunningdale and London, have also been painted gold to celebrate her achievement.
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