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That's all from the BBC News at Six, so it's goodbye from me

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Tonight, a murder investigation is launched after an early-morning

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It was found in this playground in St Austell.

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Three men have been arrested on suspicion of murder.

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Also tonight, calls for a fresh inquiry into the death of a man

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Josh Clayton's family say they have no confidence in Devon and Cornwall

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Police after the inquest was abruptly halted.

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The first golfer to win all three major English

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women's amateur titles - and she's live here

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in the studio - we'll be talking to Cornwall's Sammie Giles.

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Some wintry weather coming our away but I will be telling you just how

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much snow we are going to be getting later on in the programme.

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Three local men have been arrested in connection with the murder

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The man's body was found near a children's play area and officers

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have been carrying out enquiries throughout the day.

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In the last few moments police have taken down the cordons behind me but

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there has been intense police activity here in Saint Austell and

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it has been a fast paced murder investigation. The body of a man was

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bound in the park behind me at 5am and a few hours later police

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announced they had arrested three local men in connection with the

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case. This tent marks the spot where the

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body of a man was found by a member of the public. Dozens of police

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officers arrived at the park just after 5am. The whole area was

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cordoned off. Turo Road, Bridge Road

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and Edgecombe Road have all been I have spoken to Detective Inspector

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who is part of that team, who has confirmed that a 24-year-old man,

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22-year-old man and a 21-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion

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of murder and are in custody. People living in the nearby block of flats

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say they are shocked. The flashing lights of the police cars work me up

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at 6:20am. We did not what -- not know what was going on until we

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heard on the radio. I thought St Austell was a pretty safe area, I

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have only just moved here. Last week as well, because there was a death

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up the road. I didn't think it was this rough to be honest, I woke up

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and I was like on oh my God. So I am quite worried. The police are

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appealing for witnesses, they say they would like to speak to anybody

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who heard or saw anything suspicious, but they have confirmed

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that they are not looking for anybody else in connection with the

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incident. House-to-house enquiries continue.

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So far we know very little about the man who died but police say a

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forensic postmortem examination is being carried out on his body to

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establish the cause of death and next of kin are being informed. Only

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then will the police revealed the name and age of the man who lost his

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life. -- the police reveal. The family of a 23-year-old bar

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manager from Taunton who went missing on the Isles of Scilly

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are calling for a fresh Josh Clayton's body was found

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on rocks near Tresco in September 2015, ten days after leaving a party

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on the island. His family have said they have no

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confidence in Devon and Cornwall Police.

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Josh's family turned up for day three of this inquest,

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not sure which direction it would take.

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Yesterday, Leroy Thomas, who works as a painter and decorator

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on the Isle of Tresco, who had been at that party that

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Josh was last seen at, told the court that he saw Josh

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in an argument with a group of foreign men.

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Up until this point, Devon and Cornwall Police

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have treated the case as a missing person enquiries.

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Josh's body was found ten days later, washed up

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A postmortem found no drugs in his system and alcohol equivalent to 2.5

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times the driving limit, but cause of death could not be confirmed.

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The barrister representing the family said right

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from the outset that they voiced their concerns about

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We heard how a potentially key piece of evidence,

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a bloodstained shirt found on Josh's body, had not been retained

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Today the barrister called for the case to be

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referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions and said

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the family had no confidence in Devon and Cornwall Police

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to conduct an effective investigation.

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The barrister representing Devon and Cornwall Police said that

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everybody who attended the party that night had been spoken to,

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and nobody had mentioned the altercation involving Josh before.

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He said they'd also spoken to Mr Thomas on two previous

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occasions, and this new account would now need to be corroborated.

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The inquest has been adjourned and suspended

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Now a look at some of the other news around the South West.

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Staffing cuts at a Devon prison are damaging prospects

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according to an Independent Monitoring Board.

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It also found that a smoking ban at Channings Wood near Newton Abbot

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appeared to have led to an increase in drug use and illegal

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There are calls for Plymouth to introduce a food-waste collection

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service when it starts fortnightly bin collections in May.

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The Plymouth Food Waste Partnership says weekly food collections

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A Cornish MP is calling for the Government's help

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in opposing plans for a so-called super quarry on the Lizard.

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The Conservative, Derek Thomas, says proposals for Dean Quarry

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Campaigners will return to court later this month to oppose it.

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The quarry's owners say they have nothing to add at this time.

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The Conservative MP for Totnes, Sarah Wollaston, is calling

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for the NHS to take over responsibility from councils to deal

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with "social care" for elderly and disabled people.

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She told the Commons a pilot scheme in Torbay is under threat.

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A woman from Devon has named runner up at the regional

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finals of the School Chef of the Year competition.

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Catherine Deane, who works at Yealmpton Primary School,

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was highly commended for her Fish Thai Green Curry.

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A man has gone on trial in Somerset for sex offences alleged to have

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been committed when he was just ten years old.

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It's claimed that 31-year-old Andrew Margetts was actually

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abusing children younger than himself when he was just eight

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- but he can't be tried for that because he was below the age

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of criminal responsibility at the time.

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It is the prosecution's case that Andrew Margetts

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was a sexually precocious, physically developed

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and disturbed child with an obsessive interest in sex.

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At Taunton Crown Court Margetts denies 23 charges, including rape,

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sexual activity with a child and false imprisonment.

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The alleged offences involved three victims,

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two girls and a boy who were aged between six and 11 at the time.

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The prosecution say these are just specimen offences and in reality

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Margetts abused his victims hundreds of times for more than ten years.

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Barrister Sean Brunton told the jury that this was a serious,

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highly unusual, shocking case, complicated, he said,

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by the fact that Margetts was actually below the age

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of criminal responsibility, ten, when some of the alleged

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It's claimed he tied up some of his victims at times,

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threatening them with a knife if they told anyone.

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The prosecution say his actions only came to light when one of those

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involved told her mother two years ago.

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In court today a woman, now aged 27, who claims she was abused

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by Margetts many times as a young child, gave evidence from behind

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Under cross-examination, many times it was put to her,

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Andrew Margetts denies all the charges against him.

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Rural communities in the South West are disadvantaged when it comes

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to caring for people with dementia according to a new study

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A number of families in Devon were interviewed as part

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of the research, which has identified problems of isolation

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and safety for those dealing with the condition.

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Our Environment Correspondent Adrian Campbell reports.

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Sitting around the dining-room table, this South Devon farming

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family are looking back to happy times.

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Eric Smerdon farmed near Rattery in South Devon

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and was a keen contributor to community life.

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His family recall him coming to see how construction

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was going when the village hall was built 20 years ago.

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Eric's family say that in his later years he struggled

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Regardless of the time of year he could always see snow outside,

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you know, he'd look out the window and he'd say that there's

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That appeared to be something, you know, which sort

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Eric didn't sleep well and I used to say, I think you need to get

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up and see the sheep, if they're lambing and things,

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and they weren't, but he would wake up in the night, thinking things

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Luckily I forget a lot of it and I'm glad I do.

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The study by Plymouth University highlights the risks in isolated

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places, with many dangers, including heavy machinery

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Relatives do most of the caring but others in the wider

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There are people who come to the farm regularly who can

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also help, actually, as part of that informal network

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of support, so people like vets, people like feed merchants,

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tanker drivers, who often come to the farm on a regular basis,

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can actually help to spot when things are not quite right,

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help to raise a concern with the key people who need to know.

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And it won't be prime ministers and it won't be

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strategies that change this, it will be people living

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The study says families are reluctant to ask for support

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but all of us need to be aware of dementia and how to help.

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An amateur golfer from Cornwall is planning to turn professional,

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we'll be talking to Sammie Giles in a moment.

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The project to rescue bats, we'll meet one woman

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who's turned her attic into a home for them.

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# Oh, come with me to the rolling sea...

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We'll meet the man behind the music on this children's TV favourite.

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A former dairy which has been derelict for almost a decade

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is about to be transformed into homes, businesses and leisure

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space providing jobs and affordable homes.

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Turning an old creamery into a space for the community has been dubbed

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a project by the people for the people.

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The Dairy Crest site in Totnes closed in 2007,

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Now a community group has taken over and has plans

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and financial backing to breathe new life into the site.

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Ten years ago Dairy Crest was an important employer in Totnes.

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Atmos Totnes is run by local people who

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have taken over the site and secured a community right-to-build order.

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It meant the people who lived here decided for themselves whether this

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scheme should go ahead rather than the planners.

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Something that hopefully has some iconic sort of architecture

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in it in some respects, liveable architecture

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in other respects, so it is comfortable, like a...

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I don't want to say like an old pair of shoes but

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I'm going to say it, like an old pair of shoes.

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Somewhere you know that you can go, you know the offer

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is going to be a good quality offer, yeah, somewhere for the whole

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The plan is to provide a community area which will

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have a hotel, affordable homes and employment space which will link

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The scheme is by the people for the people, not a developer

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This site will be owned by the community in the

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majority of the sense and what that means is the buildings can serve

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this community and can evolve with this community.

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It means any return that comes through this building can

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That is obviously partly to service the

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site itself but it also means that this community control

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what happens with any profit that comes from

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running this site or any monies that come from that.

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Work to clear this site will start in the summer.

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Once that is done it should take about five years to build.

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Somerset is a haven for bats - a specialist conservation area

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And now a new group's been set up there to help rescue the threatened

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mammals and release them back into the wild.

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Frome Bat Care takes in bats which have been grounded or injured.

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Pam Caulfield has been to meet one of its trained volunteers.

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The thought of having bats in your home might scare you,

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She's been taking them in for the past year,

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converting her attic into a bat cave.

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We've got some whiskered, some pipistrelles, some Natterer's,

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and they do nung-nung-nung all night, you can hear them,

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but not at the moment, because they're hibernating.

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She's rescued around 60 bats and currently

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She is licensed to handle them, so we're allowed a quick look,

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but if you find bats in your home don't disturb them,

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Sometimes they wake up when it's warm and they think

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there will be insects around, so I have to still feed them.

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And Liz has to sift a lot of mealworms.

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The most common pipistrelles species can eat up to

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With the babies needing round-the-clock care,

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she even took one to a wedding hidden in her outfit.

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And the little baby, it was about as big as my thumbnail,

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really, and it was on milk, so I spoke to my trainer.

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She said, you pop them in a little bag inside your front,

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tuck them down, and then tuck the milk the other side,

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because that will keep it warm, and then disappear into the loo

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They only take a few drops, it doesn't take long,

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then you pop them all back in and they're quite happy.

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Because in the wild they're tucked under their mum's wing.

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In the spring her spare room becomes a flight training centre,

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I mean, that's what it's all about, isn't it,

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putting them back in the wild, so that none of my grandchildren can

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They may look scary to us but bats themselves are under threat.

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We've become more developed in Britain, we've become more

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mechanised, more intensive with our farming and we've

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used pesticides as well, which have all impacted on bats,

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so they've seriously declined, about 97% since the last war.

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It's hoped with a bit of care and compassion that

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I wonder if you can name many female golfing greats.

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Well, if you can, to add to that list may be our next guest,

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Sammy Giles from Saltash is 22 years old and is the first golfer to win

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all three major English women's amateur titles.

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I hope I have got your age right. Yes. Last night you said you weren't

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going to turn professional. I just thought it was time, I have achieved

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everything I want to achieve as an amateur. You have one so much. Yes,

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I think golf is a difficult sport to win in, you have the whole sport to

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compete against, there is no draw like in tennis. Which trophy have

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you brought in? This is the English amateur closed championship that I

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won last season. How much of a step up visit from amateur to

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professional? It will be a lot more travelling. I travel a lot around

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the UK for the tournaments but next year only one tournament is based in

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the UK, the rest are abroad, so it will be more expensive and getting

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used to flights and a whole new bunch of people. What sort of help

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have you had along the way? Any young person watching Will think, I

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would like to do that, but have you had any help in the South West? Yes,

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I have had a lot of good coaching, my coach Dominic is awesome, and my

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parents were really helpful with me. My school were great when I was at

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school, helping me out. I think I have got a lot of support. That

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moves up to a whole new level if you turn professional. You talked about

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travelling, how much effort is there in mobilising a team around you to

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help you go professional? It is definitely a different situation,

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turning professional. I am not sure how we will completely go about it

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yet, we sorting it out. Yesterday was the first step to apply for my

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access to a card and soon I will find out the status of that and then

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once you know where you are you can start planning better. It is almost

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like a circle, because you have to be successful on the professional

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circuit to gain the support and the financial backing. Exactly. A lot of

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people I have spoken to have said, we are really impressed by what you

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have done as an amateur, but get back to us when you have done

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something as a professional. It is difficult to make that jump but

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hopefully I will have a good season next year. Ultimate goal? I would

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love to play in the Salter cup for Europe.

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For most Dogger, Cromarty, Portland and Fastnet are locations

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in the shipping forecast, but for some of us they'll bring

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back other memories of characters in the children's TV series

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The programme first aired in the early '80s and the footage

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and music has now been sold to a company in America.

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Alexis Green has been to meet the man who co-wrote the music.

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The 1980s saw the birth of a large number of children's TV programmes,

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Button Moon, Bananaman, Postman Pat and many, many more,

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but one that sticks firmly in my memory is based

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on this lighthouse, The Adventures Of Portland Bill.

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# Oh, come with me to the rolling sea

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# While the weather's calm and still.

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It was the brainchild of John Grace, who taught

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TV animation to graphic design students in the 1970s and 1980s.

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Sadly John passed away in 2004 but his colleague Mitt Parsons, who

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lives in Bournemouth, co-wrote the music.

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John entered a photographic competition and won the competition

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and it's based on these three plasticine characters, Portland

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And as a result he was contacted by the

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company who made the Wombles and Paddington.

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Graham Clutterbuck, the director, asked him if he would like

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to make a series, and John said, well, I will write all the story

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script, and, Mik, would you like to write the music?

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So we kind of collaborated, it was quite a nice

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project to work on while we were teaching at the same time.

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Ross was having a terrible time trying to

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Most of the characters were named after sea

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areas and coastal stations around the British Isles, mentioned in the

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West 40s, Cromarty, Forth, Tyne, Dogger.

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There were two series, 26 stories, and I think the theme tune was the

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most memorable. # Oh, come with me to the rolling

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sea while the weather's calm and still. Dot.

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It is very much a cult thing so it has lasted years, and sometimes my

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students will come to me and say, did you write the music to Portland

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Bill? I think, that was 30 years ago!

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I think we have somebody who has heard it for the first time here.

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Yes, but I know the names from the shipping forecast.

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Any snow? I think we will get a little bit,

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not too bad. That might be my Michael Fish moment. We have had a

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lot of sunshine today. It is all change as we go through tomorrow,

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very cold and windy. Through the bulk of the day it will be rain but

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as the weather system moves eastwards there is the risk of some

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rain turning to sleep and snow. The main risk will be tomorrow night

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into Friday. It is worth keeping an eye on your local radio forecast. I

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think we will see some ice and snow showers, so it is worth keeping

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up-to-date. We have the north westerly flow, the winds will ease

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as we go through tonight, they were fairly gusty winds today. This

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weather system has been giving us a bit of a headache. It seems the bulk

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of that will fall as rain but as it moves further east parts of Dorset

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and Somerset, we could get snow over high ground. Anything that falls out

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of the sky on Friday is likely to be wintry and we also have the risk of

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some ice first thing on Friday. Very little changes into the weekend,

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Saturday, marginally lighter winds, the risk of wintry showers, but it

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turns my other through Sunday. We have had a fair bit of sunshine

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across the South West, a bit more cloud wishing in over the last few

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hours, relatively quiet for the first part of the night, the winds

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gradually easing through the evening. The bulk of the rain will

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come through the day tomorrow but with the breeze and the cloud

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temperature is not getting too low, four or 5 degrees. Then we start to

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get the rain pushing in. Initially it is rain, heavy at times, but when

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it clears eastwards on the back edge of that it could turn to sleep and

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snow, particularly for parts of Dorset, Somerset we could see a

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couple of temperatures. For most of us it will be over high ground. Much

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colder air behind so we could see some wintry showers. I think the

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temperatures will be colder than this with the strength of the winds.

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For the Isles of Scilly, most of us will see it falling as rain. The

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winds will be quite strong and gusty, 30 to 40 mph at times. In

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terms of our surfing forecast, I wouldn't recommend going out, very

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messy along the north coast, big waves quite widely across the

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south-west. South-westerly through to north westerly for the coastal

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winds. A lot happening over the next couple of days, it is worth keeping

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an eye on the forecast. Tomorrow, fairly heavy rain, turning

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increasingly wintry. Then the cold air starts to dig in, so the risk of

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ice on Friday with some wintry showers, but turning milder for the

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weekend. You are up to date so far but there

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will be late news at 10:30pm. We are back with Spotlight tomorrow at

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6:30pm.

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