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Welcome to Wednesday's Look North. news teams where you are.

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Better awareness about brain tumours - the young cancer

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patients campaigners say are being short-changed by a lack

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You've got your 24-year-old son and all he wants

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He wanted nothing more than to be able to go to London and lived

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Police and the council are told to change the way they deal

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with people protesting against tree-felling in Sheffield.

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Drones and phones - the latest technology

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being used by schoolchildren in their geography lessons.

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How about a rummage through one of the most fabulous women's

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Join me later for a look back at five centuries of

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And it has rarely felt like spring today. A lovely sunny and mild day

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across the region but some changes for tomorrow.

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First tonight to the campaign for better funding to help hundreds

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of people diagnosed with brain tumours in Yorkshire every year.

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It's claimed the disease kills more people under 40

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than any other cancer, but gets just 1% of funding.

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The number of cases in our region is increasing.

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We'll ask a Leeds doctor why in a moment.

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First, Emma Glasbey has been to meet two women affected by the disease,

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including one who took her fight to Westminster today.

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Aaron was a 20-year-old university student when he discovered

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A lot of his friends describe him as the life of the party.

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One day, without warning, Aaron had a seizure at the family home.

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After surgery and radiotherapy, his brain tumour disappeared,

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but two years later Aaron's tumour came back.

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He died in December at the age of 24.

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because you've got your 24-year-old son and all he wants

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He wanted nothing more than to be able to go to London and live

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with his friends from uni, it was all taken away from him.

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Aaron had been frustrated by the lack of funding

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He donated his brain to medical research.

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A 24-year-old in this day and age should not

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lose his life to something that, if they have the right kind

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of funding, if they have enough funding, they can research

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The latest figures show 404 people in Yorkshire were diagnosed

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That's a 13% increase on the year before, so the problem is growing,

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and although it's the biggest cancer killer of those under 40,

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just 1% of national cancer research spending has been allocated

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Lisa has a tumour growing into her brain.

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She's been told it cannot be removed.

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Tonight, Lisa will be at Westminster to join the campaign for more

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I have lost a lot of friends that I have met through this

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process with brain tumours, and we are all like a little gang.

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But we keep losing people on the way, so we really do need

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Lisa has recently undergone radiotherapy and chemotherapy.

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Later this week she will have a scan to see if the treatment has

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Emma Glasbey, BBC Look North, Baildon.

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We're joined now by Dr Ryan Mathew, who's a neurosurgeon

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in Leeds, and also works with Cancer Research UK.

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Thank you for joining us. Heartbreaking stories there. Why

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does this type of cancer get such little funding?

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And awareness issue. People are not aware that brain tumours affect so

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many people and have such a devastating impact on lives. When

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Angelina Jolie talks about breast cancer, it is in newspapers and

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television, but we need more awareness of brain tumours.

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We heard the numbers are rising, why?

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We are not sure. We pick up more brain tumours through better access

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to scanning, certainly over the last ten or 15 years, more scans and that

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increases incidents. But until we find out what causes them, it is

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difficult to understand why they are increasing.

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The funding is important. The relative little you get is

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significant. Why is Brexit such a concern for this?

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The concerns relate around the amount of European funding we get,

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which we think that for every ?1 we put into Europe, we get about ?3

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back. That is research funding. Until we know what the final

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negotiations are, and we know where the funding gaps are going to be,

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there are concerns about research funding that we would normally get

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from Europe. It is important to find out the

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causes of brain tumours, because it is still a mystery in many aspects.

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It is, and we have a better understanding of the different types

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of brain tumours, and the fact that tumours in children versus adults

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behave differently. But even to people with the same sort of tumour

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on paper have actually very different cells within their brain,

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and that is helping our understanding of brain tumours, but

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without more funding it is difficult to get to the bottom of why they

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occur in the first place and why the progress and why they remained

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resistant to treatment. Diagnosis is really important, and

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we are always told that. What can be done for early diagnosis in brain

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tumours? We are doing a good job in the

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University of Leeds, trying to push forward our understanding of brain

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tumours, stem cell modelling, and big data on tumours, understanding

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But without an understanding of But without an understanding of

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these things and how we are going to screen for brain tumours, we look at

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breast cancer for example and screening is something we take for

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granted. Optimistic about the future?

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Always. Thank you for joining us.

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South Yorkshire Police and Sheffield Council have been told

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to change the way they deal with protests against

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The multi-million-pound scheme to replace trees and repair

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pavements has been controversial and led to arrests.

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Now, South Yorkshire's Police Commissioner Dr Alan Billings has

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said the whole issue is being handled badly.

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Our correspondent John Cundy reports.

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By night and day across Sheffield, trees deemed to be dangerous

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Are you proud of your city? You are shouting.

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Some have been taken to court but their cases were dropped.

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So far, 14 tree-felling protesters like heritage writer Calvin Payne,

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All of those cases thrown out of court.

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Now the police and the council are being told they are going

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to have to find different ways of solving this long-running

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Calvin Payne says his fellow protesters will be

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I would tell them now that we will only let you do what we decide

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as a community that we are going to let you do.

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So if they want to do their work, they need to come and talk to us,

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but we are not going to accept that 150-year-old tree is felled for

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Meanwhile, South Yorkshire's Police Commissioner says the way

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the prosecutions have been handled has been wasting time and money.

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In a sense, it is over to you, Sheffield City Council,

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to find out a political solution, but if they think that this can be

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resolved by the police taking action and bringing arrests

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under trade union legislation, that clearly isn't going to happen

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because the Crown Prosecution Service won't allow it.

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There is a difference between protesting and preventing,

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and the protesters, if they are preventing the legal

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work and our responsibilities, then I would ask them to consider

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this and stand to one side, and allow us to

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South Yorkshire Police say they acknowledge the dropping

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of the legal actions, but have added...

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The controversial tree felling is due to be completed

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by the end of this year, whether or not protests continue.

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John Cundy, BBC Look North, Sheffield.

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We'll get reaction from a barrister who's been following the controversy

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in our late bulletin as part of the BBC News at Ten -

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Later on Look North: Encouraging green fingers -

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a major new investment for Sheffield's botanical gardens,

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The Crown Prosecution Service has received files from police

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in West Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire in relation

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Around 20 forces across the country have been looking at the expenses

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of Conservative MPs in marginal seats, to see if the costs

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of activists being bussed in for support should have

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The constituencies involved haven't been named.

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A fundraising page set up in memory of a 14-year-old Sheffield boy

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who died following a kick boxing fight has raised more than ?4,000.

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Scott Marsden died a few days after collapsing during

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a kick boxing title fight in Leeds on Saturday night.

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Yorkshire Ambulance Service has responded to criticism

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of its response to the incident from the president of the World kick

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It says it worked tirelessly to save Scott.

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A teenager's being questioned by police in connection

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with the death of a woman who was hit by a car in Doncaster.

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62-year-old grandmother Susan Gravel was knocked down in Stainforth

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The teenager has been released on bail. A 17-year-old boy was arrested

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on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and has been

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bailed while enquiries continue. A water pump has been unveiled

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in York in honour of the scientist who first discovered that cholera

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was a water borne disease. Dr John Snow was born

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in the city in 1813. Today his descendants and academics

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from the University of York gathered Dr Snow's research helped

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end a cholera epidemic He was also Queen

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Victoria's anaesthetist. People know about his work

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on cholera perhaps more than his work on anaesthesia,

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but I think his history is really focused very much on his London home

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and his connections to here are not very well-known, and I think it's

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a good thing that we are having more What a great time to visit

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Sheffield's botanical gardens. They're home to 5,000 species

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of plants in the heart of the city. Now they've benefited

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from a major new investment. A dedicated learning centre

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was officially opened today. It'll offer opportunities

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for schools and practical courses, as well as art

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and photography courses. On an afternoon like this,

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you can believe spring In the heart of Sheffield,

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the season is standing in the wings of the botanical gardens,

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ready for a dramatic entrance. In one corner of the gardens,

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there is a new bloom, And with ceremonial secateurs,

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the Duke of Devonshire wasn't deadheading, but rather in fighting

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the flour to open. Naturally, I'm absolutely delighted

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to be in this lovely place, and I am really delighted to have

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been invited to open this really amazing

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new education centre. This is the botanical gardens'

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brand-new education Centre, ready to host visiting speakers

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and inspire a new green We had a very old, leaky

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Portakabin here before, and there were times when people

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thought we would never But luckily we had three really

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wonderful donations from people who love the gardens,

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including one from Mrs Dorothy Fox, after whom the centre is now named,

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which is certainly meant it And after such a while, there was no

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need to rush the formalities. A stoll in sunshine scattered

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by blossom was very much The next generation,

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they can wait just a little longer. Tom Ingall, BBC Look North,

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the botanical gardens in Sheffield. That looks gorgeous in the sunshine.

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Now let's look at the sport. We had a break from the thrills

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of the Championship promotion race last night, because none

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of our teams in it were playing. But who might be coming

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up from League One? We still have two serious

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candidates, and Sheffield United in particular will surely soon be

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planning the open-top bus parade, if they can keep

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up their current form. Sheffield United remain top

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of the table with nine matches left, and a nine-point cushion

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inside the automatic promotion zone. But the most telling

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numbers for the Blades Four more last night in their 4-2

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win at Swindon makes it 71 for the season,

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the highest in the league. He then supplied Kieron Freeman

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to establish a 2-0 lead. Swindon hit back to actually draw

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level at 2-2, but the Blades had two First, Jay O'Shea thanked Swindon's

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goalie for his present, and then Paul Coutts' penalty sealed

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the 22nd victory of Bradford City's biggest number

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is in the drawn matches column. It is 18 stalemates now after last

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night's 1-1 at Charlton. Timothee Dieng headed

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in City's equaliser. And Chesterfield could also have

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done with more than a draw Their 3-3 with Peterborough

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was at least terrific entertainment. The Spirites needed

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Dion Donohue's second-half But Chesterfield's ten-point

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distance from safety is already beginning to look too far

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to avoid the drop. Doncaster Rovers are doing so well

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in League two that most bookies have stopped taking bets

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on them getting promoted. Rovers beat Notts County 3-1 last

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night, and Dave Edwards was there with some

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of their most dedicated fans. Two hours before kick-off

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at the Keepmoat Stadium, Melanie and Corinne wait with pens

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in hand for autographs Of course, they have got

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most of them already, because they do this

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for every match. I have been coming

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for over 40 years. My dad brought me when I was four,

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and then you come to all the games and you build it up,

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get your season tickets, and get The players are friendly

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and the staff are friendly, And they have been

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brilliant on the pitch too. After going behind to Notts County

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early on, Doncaster came back through James Coppinger's

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close-range strike and Then, as county's goalkeeper pushed

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forward in injury time, the Rovers broke clear,

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and Andy Williams was left with a chance that looked

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too good to be true. The last four games we have been

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magnificent from one to 11, and the subs that have come

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on as well, it is a real tight knit group and we have got

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a great team spirit. With nine games left,

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hopefully we can continue that. The expectations of myself

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to the players is to win the league. And we are in a very good position,

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but, you know, things can We have got to make sure

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the standards remain the same You will not hear this

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from the manager or the players, but it is almost a certainty that

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Rovers will be promoted Three teams go up automatically,

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and they are 16 points clear They have dominated this position,

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and when they do celebrate promotion, you can bet these two

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won't be far away. Dave Edwards,

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BBC Look North, Doncaster. Here is a team we do not talk about

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enough these days. York City may be struggling near

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the bottom of the National League, but they could be on their way

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to Wembley again in the FA Trophy! The Minstermen beat Lincoln

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2-1 in the first leg of their semifinal last night,

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with Vadaine Oliver scoring And there was a bit of good

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fortune about the winner, as Adriano Moke's shot went in off

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Aidan Connolly. Boxing now, and Leeds'

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Featherweight Josh Warrington came face to face with his next opponent

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today, ahead of their clash in May. Warrington knows he'll have to be

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at his best to defeat the former World superbantamweight champion

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Kiko Martinez of Spain, The pair appear on Frank Warren's

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show at Leeds Arena on May 13, along with Olympic Champion Nicola Adams

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and Huddersfield's Tyrone He knows how to finish guys,

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and he doesn't just knock them out, You switch off for a split second

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or got into the fight thinking it is an easy fight,

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and then you could get hurt. So I want to go into this fight,

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and I would always want to win and carry on where I left off

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and keep the stoppage ratio going. You know, I am hitting harder

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than I ever have done in the gym, and I think I will show that

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on May 13. It should be a good night.

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Thank you. You are looking good and I like the suit. It is dapper and

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you brush up well. Next tonight - how phones,

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drones and iPads have become One school in Malton

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in North Yorkshire has gone hi-tech to teach a traditional

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subject - geography. It's part of a project to introduce

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technology across subjects Alasdair Gill went

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along to find out more. Teenagers staring at their phones,

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nothing new, you might think, but these pupils are on a geography

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field trip, hard at work recording the urban environment with tablet

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computers and smartphones. When I was at school, a geography field

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trip involved a clipboard and a pen and a worksheet, but in 2017 these

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pupils have some extra high-tech bits of kit. Piloting the drone is

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James, and education trainer helping their school get to grips with new

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technology and how best to use it. Would-be students having iPads, they

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can take photos and only commend the day and share the stuff on the fly.

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Rather than spending less on time collating paperwork, they can focus

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on learning and collate it on the go.

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Today is a study of urban environments, looking for visual

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clues to residents' quality of life. Pupils are still using pen and paper

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but they say the extra kit like this camera that takes a 360 degrees

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picture, makes their work better and easier.

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We can go back to our classrooms and record more, whereas if we did not

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have our technology, we would be writing it down as fast as we could.

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We have iPads, so we can take pictures of the areas to see things

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visually without breaking it down. That is better and more accurate.

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We have drones, to take aerial photographs, and that gives us more

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of a wider survey of all of the houses we are surveying.

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The younger generation is always quicker to accept new technology,

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but what about the teachers? It will really enhance the student

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's' exam performance and they must explain how they collected the data

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and why, and reflect on their data collection techniques. They will be

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one step ahead of other candidates across the country.

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When it comes to improving teaching through technology, the sky 's the

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limit. When it comes to fashion,

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which decade or century Now the way Yorkshire's women have

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dressed to impress over the past 500 years is being explored

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in a new exhibition. I like the glamour of the 1950s.

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I like flared trousers, so the 1960s or 1970s.

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Now the way Yorkshire's women have dressed to impress over the past 500

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years is being explored in a new exhibition.

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Lotherton Hall near Leeds has been turned into

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We take you to Bradford for something new in the way of fashion

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shows. For centuries in Yorkshire has bone

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at the high heart of the textile industry, where fashion played a big

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role. -- it has been at the heart of textiles. Women here have dressed to

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impress, starting as far back as the 1600 's. This is just beautiful.

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Look at this waistcoat. Margaret Leighton, related to

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France's lighting of Lord, North leads... What makes it special is we

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have the jacket and the portrait of her.

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Is that we are, to have the portrait?

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Very rare. Stretching over five centuries, most

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comments here have been donated by family members and tell the story of

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each individual women's style. This wardrop belonged to Mary holding

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Killingworth in 1800, married to a Rich Miller in Bradford and she

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loved fashion. After a shopping trip, she wrote this in a letter to

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her sister. She said, one very light silk dress, one dark handsome silk,

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and one summer mantle and a velvet cloak to leave home with. I feel in

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a perfect world. I know just what she means. Fast forward 150 years,

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and fashion of the 1940s sees hemlines are shortened and women who

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work. This collection belonged to a land girl in the Second World War.

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This exhibition showcases personal stories behind the clothes, which is

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rare and we don't often have those, but we know about the women who wore

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these garments and that makes it special.

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These clothes belonged to a poet and fashionista who represents the

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21st-century woman, embracing different cultures to shape her

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style. Tell us about this outfit. This garment was designed in Ghana.

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I designed it myself, and came up with the concept and idea when I got

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back to England, and I thought the Queen remember me wearing that

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garment. Why not, indeed? Evolving,

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transforming, women of Yorkshire have always had style.

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It goes to show there is plenty of fashion in Yorkshire. Now let's take

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a look at the weather. What is your favourite era of clothing?

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Potentially flapper style in the 20s but I like 1980s fashion, with big

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hair and Reebok shoes. We used to be like the Von Trapp family with

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matching hair. Not a look to be repeated. Today has been... Up to 15

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Celsius, both in Bridlington and down in the Vale of York. Cooler

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tomorrow and a bit more cloudy as well. A transitional day between

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nice weather with high pressure dominating and much more unsettled

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weather later on in the week. You can see low-pressure here, these

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area is sweeping through Friday and the weekend. Tightly packed isobars

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mean a blustery day. Lovely out there this afternoon. You can see on

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the satellite picture, cloud in the sky and some patchy cloud across

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parts of north Yorkshire. Fine through this evening. Fine with long

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and clear spells. Overnight, towards the end, more cloud in the West and

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the North developing, but it will stay bright, good and clear breaks

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temperatures falling back to around temperatures falling back to around

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seven or eight Celsius. The sun will rise in the morning at 6:20am,

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setting at 6:12pm tomorrow evening. High water is here. We start the day

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tomorrow with a decent spells of sunshine away from coasts, and more

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cloud in the West and north. Generally through the day, more

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over the Dales and Pennines the over the Dales and Pennines the

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afternoon and it will not make its way any further south until after

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dark, and as it does start to push south-eastwards, it will tend to

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fragment. For most of us, a dry day tomorrow, away from the

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north-western corner with patchy rain by tomorrow evening. To sum up

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tomorrow, a bit cooler and cloudier and some rain around later. 11

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Celsius today and tomorrow in York. 52 Fahrenheit tomorrow. The wind is

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starting to pick up into tomorrow. Looking at a windy spell of weather,

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especially on Friday, with potential gales away from the hills. A chilly

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started the day on Friday, becoming windy with rain of the afternoon and

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it really will feel much cooler on Friday. Some spells of wet and windy

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weather across the weekend, not a total wash-out but it will be

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blustery. It has been gorgeous today.

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We will be back with our extended news from ten o'clock tonight.

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Goodbye.

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