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and on BBC One we now join the BBC's news teams where you are.

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Hello and welcome to a new week on Look East.

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Sacked after eight months in charge - the Cobblers manager gets the boot

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after a run of defeats and a controversial comment.

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Forced to share her ambulance with a dog.

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Paramedics apologise to an 86-year-old after picking up

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It was... The whole experience was very, very bad.

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A lifeline for disabled people and a new home for the drop-in

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centre that's jumped from three to 300 users.

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It is a cold and wet night, a perfect night for an FA Cup upsets.

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First tonight - his team's lost eight of their last ten games

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and Rob Page's reaction to the latest describing

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the Cobblers as men versus girls has certainly raised eyebrows.

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And today Northampton Town's Chairman decided he'd seen enough

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It's another huge twist in the Cobblers

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Another seat needs filling. This time it is the manager can stop Rob

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Page lasting eight months. The cobbler 's who are 16th in League 1

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were humiliated at Bristol on Saturday. -- The Cobblers. 5-0 down

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after 90 minutes. The pressure telling in this post match

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interview. Actions speak larger than words. It is men versus girls at the

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end of the day. He later apologised but they said his words didn't cause

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his sacking. He was angry at how the boys let him down and try to find a

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word to describe that disappointment and came up with the wrong kind of

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comparison, the wrong kind of verses. Disappointing and foolish

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and he apologised for it. I don't think it was a reason why he lost

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his job. It was to do with the team. It is sad to see someone losing

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their job but it was inevitable with the way the performances have been

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in the last few weeks. It has been going downhill and Saturday was

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woeful. The Whiting has been on the wall for a few weeks. -- writing.

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The pressure to be manager in this dugout has been intense.

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Particularly when you consider the success of last season and Chris

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Wilder. It was going to be hard to follow in his footsteps. Had he had

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more time, he might have achieved it. He was too quick to dismantle

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their side from last season and try and build a new team. This club has

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had enough drama to last a lifetime. The club aren't in a relegation

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battle just yet. This sacking is supposed to

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stop the rot stop Rob Page was supposed to offer consolidation, not

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another managerial merry-go-round. James is with me now. How

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significant is the timing of this? We are in January and it is

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important. A lot of clubs will look to refresh squads and make sure they

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have enough depth to any promotion campaigns. It is key that

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Northampton do that. I suppose the chairman Doctor Rob Page and looked

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at the squad and his ability to get them out of the mire. You need a

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fresh pair of eyes and fresh contacts. Football is all about

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context and getting the right players in. January is critical and

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if you can't get the right players, you can miss out. Rumours are flying

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around already. What names are in the frame to replace him? This is

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when the bookies have a field day. People will be placing money and a

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lot of it is accurate. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Gary row at who left

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burning, some on the short list. Who the chairman will be looking at is

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different. Sometimes they throw names in that you don't expect. It

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is a question of how rushed he has to be or wants to be. He has one

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week until the game against Scunthorpe on Saturday. He has a

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caretaker manager in charge and he may feel he doesn't need to rush.

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They are not in a relegation dogfight so no pressure at the

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moment. He needs to get the right manager this time because they need

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to stay in League 1. The financial importance of staying in League 1 is

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huge. They cannot afford to go down to League 2 again.

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A man in his 40s has been arrested on suspicion of murder

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Police say they were called to a property on Hoeton Road

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following reports of violence just after midday yesterday.

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A man was found dead, while a woman was also injured.

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The death is being treated as suspicious.

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A man, suspected of killing two young men near Peterborough,

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is due to appear before Peterborough Crown Court

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Richard Frost, who is 38 and from Chelmsford in Essex,

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has been charged with six counts, including two counts of causing

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19-year-old Thomas Fletcher and Thomas Northam, who was 22,

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were both killed after being hit by a BMW on the B10-91 between

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Next tonight, the great great grandmother forced

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to share her ambulance with a stray dog.

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Brenda Wilding was being taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital

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in Cambridge when, to her amazement, the ambulance crew stopped to pick

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Brenda is now back at home in Littleport, Mousumi Bakshi

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For Brenda, taking heavy medication has become a daily routine.

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Recovering from chemotherapy, the 86-year-old developed serious

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stomach pains in November and called an ambulance. Minutes after leaving

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her little home, paramedics called over on the Aten and got out of the

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ambulance to deal with the stray dog. All this time this is

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happening, the paramedics go off and chase a dog? Yes, they did. I was

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left. I was left when they went out. I was left in the ambulance. Alone?

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Yes, loan. After stopping for a second time minutes later,

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paramedics decided to bring the dog into the ambulance. All the while

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Brenda was vomiting violently. It was like living through a nightmare.

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It didn't seem... The whole experience was very bad. In a

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statement, the Ambulance Service apologised to Brenda's family and

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said the staff involved understand that their actions were against

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trust guidelines and now understand there is no legal responsibility to

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stop for a domestic dog. But it was a letter sent to Brenda's

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granddaughter that has unleashed the family. Paramedics insisting Brenda

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was happy to share an ambulance with a dog because of ornaments seen in

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her home. That is ridiculous. I have got ornaments of horses in my house

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but you wouldn't expect to bring a horse in an ambulance. The Ambulance

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Service has yet to contact Brenda directly. Her daughter said she

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deserves better. Mum has not had an apology. That letter went to my

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daughter. My daughter was the one who has fought her grandmother's

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corner. There has been no apology whatsoever from anybody to mum. In

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remission from bladder cancer, Brenda will be in hospital in the

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coming weeks but will think twice before calling an ambulance.

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Tributes are being paid to a former mayor and councillor in Stevenage,

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Sherma Batson's family say she died suddenly after suffering

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Her daughter Ahisha Ferguson has thanked everyone for their prayers

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In 2008, Councillor Batson was awarded an MBE and helped

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to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for local charities.

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A book of condolence has been opened by Stevenage Borough Council.

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You knew if she started to get involved with something it would get

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done and get done in a fantastic positive way. She was a real force

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for good in our community and her energy and her positive force for

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good was never stronger than when she was fighting for those things

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that she really believed in. It qualities and diversity and fighting

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for those more vulnerable members of our community. She was just a very

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unique special individual. A woman's dream to create

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a centre for disabled people Five years ago, Jackie Nealon

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started running workshops and meals In that time, Jackie's Drop In has

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grown from three users to 300 and today she opened

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new premises in Letchworth. Louise Hubball has been

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for a look round. Today is the first time the people

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who love Jackie's Drop-in got to see the new centre welcomed

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by Billy Byrne from BBC DIY SOS. This has been a mammoth

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DIY project in itself, from derelict building to a haven

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for people who can feel isolated. We've got loads of new people

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upstairs, good rooms here. Just socialising and meeting

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new friends and just being yourself really and having a good time

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and enjoying yourself. Crochet, making tea and coffees,

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being on the counter sometimes. Every day you come here,

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there is always different people here, there's always something

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different going on. It's a safe environment,

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everybody is so friendly It's a project with

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extraordinary beginnings. Started by support worker, Jackie,

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with ?1 five years ago. It flourished after her daughter,

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Zoe, put an appeal on Facebook. Also helped by her two sons,

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the realisation that 300 people will use this brand-new centre only

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just beginning to sink in. It just doesn't seem

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real that this happened and it's quite emotional,

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really, to be honest with you. Seeing all their smiley faces,

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that's what means a lot. Staffed by volunteers,

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it relies entirely on donations after it outgrew its old premises,

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Jackie's drop-in received a ?10,000 grant from the local Heritage

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foundation to secure this site. When you meet the guys,

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they've got so much energy, so much enthusiasm and they care

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so much for all the people who are using the drop-in centre

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and it's such a wide, wide catchment, wide range of people

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and it's fantastic to see how happy they are and how happy they make

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the people that are And with lots of facilities

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upstairs, Jackie is now trying to raise money for a lift to ensure

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that all the people that come After a tour, today's test

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of honour impressed. The mindset to start off to do

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something like this is amazing. It's an amazing tribute

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to the family, it's an amazing tribute to Letchworth Garden City

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and everyone in the end has Those visiting here can feel part

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of a community and part of one World rugby will not punish what

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Northampton Saints after they allowed George North to play on

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after injuring his head. He fell heavily in December. A world rugby

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statement says protocols were not adhered to. Medical staff should now

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be properly educated. Kettering Hospital is to get

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a new car park to ease An extra 240 spaces are planned

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by building an upper deck Management at the hospital say

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parking is a constant source of frustration

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for patients and visitors. Other changes involve better

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and safer flows for traffic and pedestrians and a new drop-off

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zones for taxis. That's all from me for now -

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more at 10.30 - but let's join Susie Still to come, their weather for the

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week ahead. And it did not quite happen for Posh and their cup match

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at the weekend. Tonight it is all eyes on Cambridge, who host Leeds.

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We've got a sell-out, it is not full yet but nearly 8000 fans are

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expected, the vast majority hoping for an upset, and Cambridge United

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to knock Leeds United out. A couple who are both in the nursing

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profession in Norfolk are raising money to help with health

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care in India. Gerry and Emily Bowdren have

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already made one trip - taking their teenage

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girls with them. They're now planning another trip

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from their home in Norwich to the West Bengal area of India

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to treat people living The queues of people needing medical

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help on their last trip have convinced them to try to raise money

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to build a permanent clinic. Reliving an experience they will

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never forget. As a family be treated more than 100 people a day. Emily

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Bowdren is sitting to be a nurse, her husband is an advanced nurse

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practitioner working in A He's treated several people abroad but

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this was the first time he's taken his wife and stepdaughter 's. I was

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nervous because I thought, how will they cope with such a culture shock

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and such hardship, because it was a lot of practical hardship. A lot of

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the Cumberland -- the comfort they had to give up. Working long days,

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they were cleaning wounds, taking blood pressure and predict and

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bandages. We could not say no. Can I see another person, you're getting

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this opportunity, we might have made their life. After working with this

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girl, they encourage her to say her very first word. Her mother said

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she'd never spoken following a traumatic experience. It was

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incredible to see mum who were eight years, her daughter had not uttered

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a word. To hear her daughter to speak was incredible. I felt so

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privileged to hear that. The family travelled on local transport, stayed

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in basic accommodation, and were thanked with this farewell dance.

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Now they want to raise money for a permanent clinic. We have loads of

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clinics here, you can go down the road if you are ill. We have 24 hour

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systems for sore throats, whatever. But you have to walk miles in those

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countries, it takes weeks and months, it cost so much. Affected by

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the property, overwhelmed by the kindness, the family plan to return

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to India if they raise enough money for a clinic or not.

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Football now, and Peterborough United manager Grant McCann says

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he is very proud of his players after a tough match against Chelsea

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6,000 Posh fans travelled to Stamford Bridge hoping

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to see their side cause a massive shock.

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Sadly, it wasn't to be with Chelsea winning 4-1,

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Our Sports Editor Jonathan Park reports.

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The Posh against Chelsea's rich and famous.

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But try telling that to Peter Peterborough's

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But try telling that to Peterborough's 6,000

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They wouldn't miss this for the world.

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It was 5-0 last time, what is it going to be today?

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I think, optimistic, we are an attacking team, I think 2-1.

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Maybe three or 4-0, if we can keep it

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16 years after Peterborough's last visit to the

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Bridge, which ended 5-0 to Chelsea, a new generation were here to see

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But the name Lee Angol, hardly a household one,

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had a golden chance to embarrass the hosts early on.

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Chelsea, though, don't often waste chances.

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Take Pedro's opening goal, unstoppable.

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One became two before half-time, Batshuayi teed up,

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Posh full of effort, but Chelsea far too clinical.

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Willian with another unnerving finish.

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But the 6,000 Posh fans were then rewarded with two priceless moments.

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First the sight of seeing John Terry beaten, sent off, sent packing, then

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the indescribable joy of seeing your team score

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Tom Nichols rewarding Posh's army of fans.

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People say you can't always celebrates when you're

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People say you can't always celebrate when you're

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losing, but no, no one is going to take that goal away from me.

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I enjoyed it, in front of a lot of travelling fans,

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I will never forget that goal, I will put it that way.

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That and Liverpool, you never forget those.

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What was it like when your goal went in?

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Yes, it was ecstasy, it was fantastic.

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Normal service was quickly resumed when Pedro made it 4-1.

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For the Posh now, it is Bury away next.

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It is not reality, it's what we are, we are a League One team.

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We want to try and be a Championship team, so the league

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Posh outclassed by Chelsea, but after 70 minutes, who was making

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But we're still not guaranteed a side in the fourth round.

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It's a big ask, with Cambridge United from League Two

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hosting Leeds United of the Championship.

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Let's go to the Abbey now and Tom Williams.

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Yes, after weekend when the integrity of the FA Cup has been

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called into question and intense as happiness, there's no suggestion the

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competition is being devalued this evening -- attendances has been

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questioned. They are all praying for an upset and Cambridge to knockout

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the mighty Leeds. I'm joined by the Cambridge chairman. You had

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Manchester United before, the draw has been good. To have a sell-out is

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a tribute to everyone who's worked so hard. Looking around, it is very

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damp underfoot. Are these conditions conducive to an upset that the fans

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are praying for? It certainly will the pace of the game. I have to be

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very careful being a chairman of a football club, because I've have to

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sit there and not get excited. I've taught myself over the years to

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enjoy but not jump up and down. I think there will be some exciting

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moments, and the atmosphere will be heard all over Cambridge. I

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mentioned that manages a lighted match a couple of years ago, you

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took them back to Old Trafford -- Manchester United. How important

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hazard beans are you? We've made it hard to make the club stable -- has

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that mattered been to you. More hospitality, better pitch, training

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ground. It is all building the club to make a solid base. Can you do it

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tonight? Of course we can. I am one of the world's optimists. I enjoy

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live, enjoy my football and enjoy Cambridge United Football Club. Best

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of luck. The draw per round ball is coming up. Cambridge United are in

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it, joined by Ipswich and Norwich, who earned replays. It is live on

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BBC Two and on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.

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And as Tom mentioned, Ipswich and Norwich face replays

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after they both drew 2-2 on Saturday.

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Those replay dates have now been confirmed.

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Ipswich, after narrowly avoiding an upset, head

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Then a week on Wednesday, Norwich are away at Southampton.

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Both games will be covered live on your local BBC Radio Station.

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100 years ago today one of the most astonishing sea rescues took place

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At its centre, the coxswain Henry Blogg.

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Henry Blogg led the Cromer lifeboat crew during the First World War.

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And on this day in 1917, he helped with two rescues in one day.

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Robbie West has been to Cromer to see his legacy.

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He is described as one of the bravest men who ever lived. The most

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decorated lifeboat man, and to this day, Henry Blogg remains one of

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Norfolk's greatest heroes. 100 years ago Henry and his lifeboat crew

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answered a distress call. At 11am, a Greek vessel was riding in anchor,

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and she holds up her signals of distress, said the lifeboat in the

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boat has over the came to the water 's edge and launched, and off when

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the crew. You have to go with a break, it is incredible. After this

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rescue, they had to turn around when another ship hit a naval mine and

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was blown in half. With help from the locals and army, the exhausted

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crew worked for the night, rescuing all but one of the second ship's

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crew. It was all elderly men, two of them, nearly 70. My age now, I would

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not want to be out there. The rescue masterminded by Henry ended when

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they reach what was left of the second ship. Its remains can still

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be seen on the beach in low tide. The sea is calm now, but a statue of

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Henry Blogg overlooks the beaches. This is on the clifftop named after

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him. Henry's career lasted 53 years, and he was awarded the George 's

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Cross, the British Empire medal and others. He saved over 873 lives. His

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impact is still felt right current lifeboat teams. This is what we use

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nowadays, compared to what they used to use. Everyone has got a screen,

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we've got an individual job to do. I say they were the Brave ones, to get

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that off the beach by rolling its, we've got it easier. Henry Blogg

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dedicated his life to rescuing people caught at sea. A hero not

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only for those following in his footsteps, but for the whole

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country. It is a nice touch with the picture. Right, we've got a lot to

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talk about. Quick handover. It's been a busy day in the world of

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weather. We've had some brightness, this was at 11:30am this morning.

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Lots of cloud, outbreaks of rain. In the last few hours, this little area

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is abusing some heavy downpours. Eventually all that will clear. For

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many, it will be a dry night with some long clear spells. The strength

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of the winds should limit the potential Bob Ross, but under clear

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skies, with temperatures in some sports, we can't rule out frost --

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potential for frost. Tomorrow, some patchy rain, but a dry start, with

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some brightness. Into the afternoon, thicker cloud pushing in from the

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west and some outbreaks of rain. Temperatures tomorrow around seven

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or eight Celsius at best. With light to moderate south-westerly winds. We

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finish the day with a lot of cloud, and some outbreaks of mainly light

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rain, just moving very slowly to the east. Then Wednesday, a cold front

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moving through and behind it, much colder air feeding end. Actually

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when Saint will get off to a mild, cloudy start with some patchy rain,

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and then it will become brighter with some sunshine and a few

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showers. Temperatures initially around 10 Celsius, but with that

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cold air, they will eventually drop down to seven Celsius. Actually

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getting colder as the day goes on. Then on Thursday, notice how tightly

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packed the isobars, a windy day, and it will feel cold. Some cells are

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sunshine, but also some showers, they could be wintry. We are looking

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at highs for Celsius and it will feel even colder because of the of

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the wind. And you'll notice there is a yellow warning for North, that's

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been issued because there is the risk of some occasionally wintry

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showers which could turn to snow. More about that as the week goes on.

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That yellow warning stays in place for Norfolk on Friday, the risk of a

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wintry shower anywhere, and a bitterly cold day with highs for

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Celsius. The winds are lighter. The other thing I should mention above

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Friday is that we will have northerly winds developing in the

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North Sea and spring tides. So there is the risk, and it is a low risk,

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some coastal flooding affecting Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex. If you

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have any worries at all, log onto the environmental agency website, or

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give them a call. As we head into the weekend, still the potential for

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wintry showers. Elsewhere, it is cold with spells of sunshine and

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overnight frosts. But we are watching a weather front on Sunday

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carefully, depending on the time. If it hits the cold air at the right

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time, it could produce some snow. Watch this space. You weren't

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kidding. And Brive. That is all, have a good evening. Goodbye. -- and

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