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Good evening, I'm Charlie McArdle welcome to BBC Channel Islands.

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Giving back to get more - farmers will need to look

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They can give it to us this year or three years' time and take it away.

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They weren't more than three years ago, why are they so worried about

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it now? There is no cross left. -- trust.

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Jersey's Education minster avoids punishment over claims of misleading

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The final furlong for horse racing in Guernsey -

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There is a problem. They might have to run this race once every two

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years or something. Farmers in Jersey will no longer get

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government money based on the size of their farm,

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but instead will have to prove they're meeting

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sustainable farming standards. The new plan - released today -

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will change the way Some say it will bring

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more help for businesses but others believe it's too

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little, too late. It's no longer Jersey's

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most important industry. But farming is an inescapable part

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of the island's identity. And it's that impact

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on our landscape the government farmers in return for public tax

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payers money that they'll receive, to give back to the community

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some environmental gain. To show that they're looking

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after the countryside, that they're thinking about energy,

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water pollution and a whole And in exchange for receiving

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public money, farmers are going to demonstrate that

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they're looking And that's the big change

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in this big document. Farmers will need to reach certain

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standards to get grants. The higher the standard,

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the bigger the grant. And it's hoped in ten years' time,

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all Jersey farms will have met what's called the Leaf standard -

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which would be a world first. to the challenge and gets

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accreditation for their farm - whether it's cattle,

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whether it's sheep or chickens or just the growing side -

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if everyone steps up to the Leaf mark challenge,

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Jersey's in a great place to market itself as an island

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that is producing sustainable food, and that's going to

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be a great message. Although Peter admits

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the plan isn't perfect. He's worried there isn't more

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to help young farmers Something dairy farmer

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Darren knows very well. He gave up his organic

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status two years ago Now he thinks the strategy

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is too little, too late. Organic farming was

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obviously the benchmark of all sustainable environmental

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farming worldwide. We as an organic association

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on the island asked government over three years ago to fund it,

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otherwise it was in serious decline, they didn't do it, it has

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had serious decline, and now they're out there

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championing the fact that they're going to look

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after the environment. It seems a little

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too late in my book. And with the financial pot not

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getting any bigger for farmers, the government hopes the subsidies

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will be a big enough But Darren says while the States

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is making the right noises, Securing reliable, sustainable,

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and affordable air and sea links - that's the main priority people

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in Guernsey want the Government to focus on when detailing

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the islands future plan. That's the feedback from a series

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of drop in workshops to help the Policy and Resources

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committee decide the 20-year strategic vision due

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to be debated in June. But Deputy Le Tocq told

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BBC Radio Guernsey today that they can't focus

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on immediate concerns. The a dichotomy if you like between

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us fixing things that are a problem and the moment and being able to

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look at things, step back and say, we might fix it at the moment but

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there will be a novel problem next year and a view yet down the line.

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We need a broader look to see what we might have, to make it more

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sustainable and warm to map a solution.

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The cost of water is going up in Jersey.

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Prices will increase by two percent in April -

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that's around two pence for the average household.

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The rise follows one of the driest winters for years and the extra

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costs Jersey Water have had to incur for the treatment of supplies

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Jersey's Education Minister has survived a motion of censure over

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The motion was called for by a politician who claims

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the Minister used misleading information in presenting his

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Like many other departments, Education is having to make savings

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whether through means-testing free nursery places or reducing grants

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But plans to cut the pay of newly recruited teachers got

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the Education Minister into hot water.

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Backbencher deputy Geoff Southern called for a motion of censure

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against the Minister - that's a reprimand by the States

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accusing him of using misleading figures.

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Teachers in Jersey currently start on ?38,000 a year.

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it to just under ?34k, which the Minister argues

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teachers in the UK - the least experienced

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and qualified - with level three teachers in Jersey -

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those with at least a 2:2 degree and post-grad in education -

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because the island doesn't recruit below a level three.

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But Deputy Southern says that's comparing apples and oranges,

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the Minister however says it still adds up.

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Jersey level three teachers would still get more than level

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three teachers in the UK - including those in better paid

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But the motion of censure was defeated overwhelmingly.

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So was it all just a waste of States' time?

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Well you can argue that but I believe ministers

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in particular and their assistants should listen carefully

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to the will of the States that we're given open,

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straightforward and honest answers and information.

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And though the Minister survived the motion,

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does the whole debacle throw doubt over his plans to cut pay?

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No, I don't, not at all, it goes with the territory,

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you have to make difficult decisions, we have to make

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budget requirements, we have to make sure

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we are operating fully, so we protected our front line

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services and are still on track to making education a top priority'.

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The question now is what impact any pay cut would have to teacher

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Over 900 people have signed a petition

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against Jersey's Chief Minister receiving a pay rise.

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Reform Jersey launched the online petition

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following a recommendation from the States Members Remuneration

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Review Body for the island's most senior politician to be paid ?7000

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more than the flat line rate of ?46,000

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currently received by all politicians.

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Most politicians aren't worth the money they are paid because they

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don't act in the interest of ordinary islanders and our

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democratic system does not give the right level of accountability to

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politicians. If you are going to be a small, you should be held to

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account by the public more so I would be good any pay rise until the

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proper checks and balances included in our political system.

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Guernsey's biggest horse race could be cancelled this year.

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Organisers are struggling to put on the event and are looking

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The May Day bank holiday flat race draws crowds and competitors

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But as Mike Wilkins reports, increasing transport costs

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What this man doesn't know about horses isn't worth knowing.

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Thadie Griffith is one of a handful of farriers in Guernsey.

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He also helps run the annual horse racing event.

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But this year he says it may have to be cancelled

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The event draws thousands of spectators

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Unless he can find people to help us with the course and financially,

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yes, there is a problem and it could be that they might have to run this

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race once every two years or something just to keep it going.

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The event draws thousands of spectators

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but rising costs are forcing the organisers to think again.

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It costs ?30,000 to host and the transport links are not helping.

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They are going down fast, Jewish great, because people cannot get

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here quick enough. -- tourist rates. This has provided a national

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grandstand to watch the races. The question is, will there be anything

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to see on the 1st of May? Well, romances in the air but are

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things hotting up in response to the let's find out.

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Through the morning, quite cloudy but a lot of missed is perhaps. Some

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stealth of rain around at first and that rain will bring some thunder.

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That cleared in mid to late morning. This is the weather front

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approaching. Coming into was denied. Clearing eastwards. Heading through

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due tomorrow. Thursday, high pressure. Dry and bright with some

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showers. High pressure more or less. David more cloud. Through tonight,

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we have starry skies initially but that cloud does tend to build. A

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view mist patches and the risk of some forward. Coming in a

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south-easterly direction. Could be quite a wet start to think tomorrow

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morning. Rain could be quite heavy. Some thunder. As that clears, we see

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some sunshine and temperatures of around 11 Celsius. Quite a mild day.

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These are high times -- times of high water. Southward and east for

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the forecast for coastal waters. Quite moderate visibility. This is

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the picture to view next few days. A bit brighter on Wednesday, quite

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picture on Thursday. Glad beginning. Some rain as he heads to the Kent.

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Not too bad. -- the weekend. Thank you.

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And here's something to make you smile this Valentine's day

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Mother and Daughter orangutans Dana and Kea puckered up

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for the most romantic day of the year - showing love is all

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Full marks to our graphics department there. If you got any

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great pictures, we want to see them. I was them on our Facebook page. Any

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pictures at all. You are up to date with the latest news from the

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Channel Islands. I'm back at 8pm and again at 1025 B M. Until then, good

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night. And made a man of me. The only one I

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ever loved. The letters from the front line

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which reveal how love endured And if roses aren't your thing,

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choose from 1,700 other species, for the St Valentine's Day flower

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count. Now do you enjoy a trip

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to the garden centre, a visit to a gallery,

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or just chatting over a cup of tea? If you do you might be exactly

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the kind of person needed by They're calling for more volunteers

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to buddy up with someone with dementia in a scheme

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to help tackle loneliness. Harriet Bradshaw has been to Newquay

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to find out how it works. She's got Alzheimer's,

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which affects her memory and her thinking, and the knock-on

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consequences can leave There you go, Pam.

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Nice and gentle. For Pam, she's getting out

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more and more now thanks Yeah, we do.

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Yeah. We are a good

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partnership, aren't we? Yeah, yeah.

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We have a lot of fun. They've been paired

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through a new scheme giving people with dementia the chance to continue

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the hobbies they love in the community, but there

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is a shortage of volunteers. The demand is so high

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for the service in Newquay and St Austell where it's currently

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being provided, that we've had to close waiting list,

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and at the moment, for everyone volunteer we have, there are three

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people waiting to be matched We would like to be able

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to provide the people with dementia on the waiting list

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with a volunteer, but also eventually to expand the service

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across the rest of Cornwall, so that the more people that we have

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who want to have one to come on board and make a difference,

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really, the better it is for I find, as well, I've gained more

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confidence volunteering. I am not one to go out

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and about much on my own, but, As I say, it's given me

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more confidence, and, Pam had stopped playing bowls

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when her husband died, but picking it up again has

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given her a new lease of life. It's changed my life, getting out

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of the house and meeting people. The Alzheimer's Society says by 2021

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more than 1 million people will be living with dementia,

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so volunteer work is Harriet Bradshaw,

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BBC Spotlight, Newquay. Next tonight, love and loss -

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and today of all days is the perfect opportunity to marvel

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at the enduring power of love with the release of letters home

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written by soldiers fighting They've been made public

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by descendants to mark the forthcoming centenary

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of the Battle of Passchendaele. John Henderson's been to meet

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the great-granddaughter of a soldier who wrote to his wife,

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telling her: "You were the only one

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I ever loved, the one My darling, if this should ever

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reach you, it will be a sure sign that I am gone under, and what they

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of view do not know, but there is one above that will see to you and

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not let you starve. The language of love undiminished

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after 100 years. You have been the best and are you

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deeply. How much, you will never know.

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Like thousands around him on the battlefield, Private Albert Ford

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thought constantly about home and his wife and six children who he

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left behind. The youngest was born in June 1917

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and he had already gone to the front so he never saw her. A photograph

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was taken of the six children to be sent to him, but I do not know

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whether he did or did not see it. Private Ford was initially a

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merchant seaman and that his ship was torpedoed and the letters

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revealed a coach of guilt about taking part in the greatest war.

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He volunteered to sign up and I think that is why there is this

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tinge of regret that goes through the letter.

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It was posted to the front -- he was posted to the front and was killed

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in action on the 26th of October 19 17. The last letter home was made

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public and in it he tells his wife Edith to marry again if she ever

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gets the chance. She never did marry again. She kept

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all of his letters together and died in 1956. Shortly before her death,

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she claims she saw him in her bedroom. She was certain he had come

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for her. His great grand daughter who lives

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in Dartmoor, and do her the latter home is the ultimate love letter.

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Know that my last were of you... Now it wouldn't be Valentine's Day

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without flowers, and, if roses aren't your thing,

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there are plenty of other More than 1,700 different species

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of flowers have been counted blooming at National Trust

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properties across the south-west. It's the 12th year for the annual

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flower count, and although numbers are down on last year,

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they're still very high and suggest Clare Woodling has been to one

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of the counts in Saltram. "A flower blossoms

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for its own joy" - And this year they are in abundance

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on National Trust properties There will always be

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the staple things in flowers, things like the snowdrops

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and camellias at this time of year, they are always in flower,

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so there's always the familiar things, but with a garden

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like this, there are 1500 That's not different plants,

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that's different types of plants. And there are always

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going to be surprises. There is always something that

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has tried to throw up a flower unexpectedly,

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and that's always As you can see, there are lots

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of crocus here in front of us, but they are all the same type

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of crocus, so although there are hundreds of the plants here,

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this all only counts as one So you do not have to

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count every single head? No, otherwise I would be

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here for weeks if I had to do that. This is a carefully planned

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and it is the only such It originates from Nepal and has

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a lovely sweet fragrance. Because it blooms in February,

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it needs all of the ploys it can get to attract bees and other insects

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in to help the flowers pollinate. Cataloguing all of the different

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varieties each year offers a moment to reflect on how

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the garden is evolving. The chance of doing this flower

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count is a chance to really be able to focus on that,

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because we are so busy trying to keep on top of the practical,

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day-to-day gardening, that it is a really nice opportunity

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just to slow down a bit and focus on what is actually

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going on in the garden. These are Helleborus,

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which are otherwise known They are a really, really

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lovely looking flower. As the years go on, the data may

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give an insight into changing weather patterns on native

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and exotic species, and also what needs to be done to keep

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these gardens coming up roses, and camellias and snowdrops and

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crocuses and daffodils and tulips... Now, let's set the scene -

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a spray of flowers, a nice romantic light,

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after all, this is But in Somerset a romantic light

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to rival even this has been lit The St Valentine's Day

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lamp is the county's only working gas lamp,

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and every February 14 it's lit by the man who spent

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months restoring it. The ceremony has seen at least one

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proposal over the years, but, as Michelle Ruminski reports,

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the gas lighter is now looking for an apprentice

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to take on the role. Reg's love affair with a Valentine

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lamp all began when he found Over nearly three decades,

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he has put his heart and soul into restoring it,

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decorating it with symbols of love, All I know is I got carried away

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and, I think, anyway, I fell in love with the lamp

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by accident, and it controlled me Because I often say,

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why ever did I start? But having started,

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rather like in a romance, And it's fair to say

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that the Valentine gaslamp has a special place in many

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other people's hearts as well. I think you can't fault it,

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and I'm just hoping that people will take good care of it,

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because you won't find anything How many years have you been

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going to the ceremony? So it really does mean

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something to you? Yes, no, it does, and a lot of other

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people around here as well. None more so than Dave

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and Sue, Reg's daughter. It was here two years ago

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that I proposed to sue, It was here two years ago

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that I proposed to Sue, and they brought with me

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a heart-shaped red cushion and got down on one knee

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and popped the question. A great shock, but wonderful shock,

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and now we are planning to get married and live the rest

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of our lives together. We will always have that history

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with the Valentine lamp. But, with Reg growing older

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and with his family living up north, he is urgently looking for someone

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to replace him. You see, I am looking

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for a lamp lighter. Tonight, Reg has done

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the honours for the 23rd time. Many turned out for this Valentines

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tradition. Who knows? Maybe it will spark someone else to fall in love

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with it as well. Michel Ruminski, BBC

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Spotlight, Frome. Let's hope they keep that tradition

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going. I hate to spoil the romantic scene here, but there was a risk

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assessment had to be filled in for this lit candle and we have a man

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standing by, the editor, to put the candle out if it gets dangerous. But

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that spoils the romantic ambience. We need someone to fan the flames.

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Do not do that. It is time for the weather forecast. What is it looking

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like, Holly? Don't worry. Good. I thought you had

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left me out. I will say that to the end of the forecast. Yes, do not

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touch the candle. It is Valentines evening and how lovely. Happy

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Valentine's Day. Roses are red, violets are blue, and for some of us

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today the sky was to. Here in Cornwall, a lovely picture and

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springlike. For many of us it was more grave. Low cloud around and a

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bit of mist and hill fog as well as outbreaks of rain. And it gradually

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works its way eastwards and improves from the West. Amazingly, tomorrow,

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we do it again. Another weather front approaching with some styles

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of heavy rain in the morning. That rain could be quite lively but also

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possibly bringing thunder. Brighter in the afternoon, much like today,

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and a bit less breezy than today. This is the weather bug affecting as

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earlier and that pushes eastwards. You will see this next weather front

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waiting in the wings. That will go through to the second part of

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tonight into tomorrow, and it will clear and then higher pressure

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building its way in on Thursday. It will settle. Comes with a mist, but

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first I should break. Light winds, dryness, and brightness. That

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high-pressure doing its best but we have got a weather front

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approaching, and then it does start to bring you a bit more cloud and

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maybe just a little bit of rain. More so later in the day. This great

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stretch of cloud associated with our weather fronts and patchy rain

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underneath it. This cloud also quite low but it way eastwards. That rain

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is coming in from the West. Also these showers working their way

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towards us. That is the picture through this evening and tonight.

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Quite heavy showers working their way around midnight, and further

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ease some starry skies initially but some low cloudy mist and hill fog

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re-bonding. In the early hours some more persistent rain is working its

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way in across or more. Some odd rumbles of thunder but also a mild

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night with loads of seven or eight Celsius. Heading through tomorrow

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morning and a bed of a wet start. Rain could be heavy through the

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course of the morning. It worked its way eastwards, good news, becomes

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showery and those showers peel away. Some sunshine coming out. Quite a

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springlike look into tomorrow afternoon and the wind will be that

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bit lighter. Initially a brisk southerly but eases into the

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afternoon, I ran to the south-westerly. These are top

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temperatures. Height of ten or 11 Celsius. As high as 13 or 14

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Celsius, so not a bad look for things at all and much milder than

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we are used to operate the several recent days, especially last week

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into the weekend. For the Isles of Scilly, early heavy rain should nip

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through quickly during the morning and much of the day will have

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sunshine. The risk of some heavy showers. Not too many. Usual times

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of high water. For servers, the waves are not looking too big. It

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could be cleaned along the north coast I suspect at first, but went

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veering around to become choppy. -- file servers. Coastal waters

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forecast, Winter southerly at four or five, and using a late into the

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afternoon. Rain or showers visibility moderate or good and

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light but moderate at times. Overall, not looking too bad over

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the next few days. Although we have got a view things to watch out for,

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early rain through tomorrow morning and quite heavy and thundery. Could

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improve come the afternoon. There looking like the most promising day

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of the next view, with high pressure in charge and winds lighter than

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they have been. A bit of mist and fog early on should clear and then

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persistent sunshine on Thursday. Even though that high-pressure stays

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in charge for Friday, some cloud working in the risk of a bit more

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rain by day and perhaps more persistent rain into the evening.

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Into the weekend, I think it tries to stay settled, and a bit of rain

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but hopefully not too much. Generally a reasonable picture.

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You have not even have any fizz. Come and join us. This is for

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Valentines night. Thank you very much. Happy Valentine 's night. See

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you again tomorrow. Cheers. Cheers. Cheers.

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