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These are Tuesday's headlines. for the news you are.

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Guernsey greenhouse gas emissions are down,

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Private nurseries in Jersey say they need guaranteed States funding

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I think it is the lack of communication. What is going on. It

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could impact people severely and taking away the funding will have a

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massive impact and I'm not sure they have thought about the wider

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implications. gives primary school reading

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a boost. After thunder and lightning today

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and big waves affecting coastlines, it is a little bit quieter tomorrow

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but lots of cloud and rain. More details later.

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New figures show Guernsey's cut its greenhouse gas

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But despite the report showing an encouraging

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reduction in emission levels, there's no time to be complacent,

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Guernsey will soon be exporting its non-recyclable waste to Sweden.

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But the island's landfill sites are still causing problems.

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The emissions from this rubbish contribute to the totals.

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offenders are waste, accounting for 29%.

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Transport, contributing more than 26%.

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And energy power generation - pumping out 15%.

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Transport's one area the public can help.

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In the UK, there are financial incentives to switch to electric

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cars, and the British government is also considering a scrappage

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But there are no signs of that from Guernsey's government.

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As you probably know, in the UK, a lot of taxes, there are charges

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relating to higher emission vehicles and a big incentive for the

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manufacturers and consumers to go for lower emitting vehicles and we

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benefit from that by virtue of sharing a similar market, even

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though we do not have the incentives they have in the UK, there are

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reasons to own and drive an electric vehicle in Guernsey. Guernsey agreed

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to an 8% reduction in emissions. It's so far managed just over 29%,

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and unless the island makes significant changes to its energy

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use, then demand will continue Two teachers from Jersey's De La

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Salle college are in a critical condition after being knocked down

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by a car. It happened while they were in

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France on a skiing trip last week. They were hit by a speeding

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driver who left the scene, De La Salle's assistant headteacher

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says he doesn't expect the pair will be back in Jersey before

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the summer term. An inquest in Jersey has found that

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a teenage motorcyclist from St Helier died from multiple

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injuries after hitting a car. 19-year-old Nathan Vibert

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was riding his motorbike along La Route de la Hougue Bie

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in January 2016 when he approached a stationary bus and lost control,

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colliding with a car coming Private nurseries in Jersey

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are worried they won't survive without guaranteed

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funding in future. Although money's been secured

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for nurseries until next year, there's been no agreement about how

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they'll be funded after that. Nursery days may be carefree play

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days, but there's confusion over nursery education funding

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in Jersey that's making staff It could impact people severely in

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getting people back to work and taking away funding will have a

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massive impact and I'm not sure they have thought of the wider

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implications. I would be worried. It should be fair for everyone. That

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the private nurseries had funding was really good because all children

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had the opportunity to go and have education.

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A nurseries lobby group says the Education Department is making

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We're extremely frustrated, because we've been in contact

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with them, we've been in meetings with them and they gave

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us assurances that they would inform us.

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They actually cancelled two meetings we had arranged with them

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on the basis they had no new information to give us

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and they would definitely contact us as soon as the money had been

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The Education Minister wasn't available for interview today

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but speaking earlier, his chief education officer explained

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that the update on finances wasn't passed on because they didn't have

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time to talk before a States debate on the subject.

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There's no decision on how much funding private and States-run

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nurseries will get after next year, so talks with the Education

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Department will have to continue until an agreement's reached.

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Calls for supermarkets to introduce specialist trollies will benefit

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children with autism and disabilities in both

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It follows a successful petition in the UK which saw over 600

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supermarkets bring in these purpose-built trollies

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for bigger children with specialist needs.

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Now the Channel Islands Co-Op has listened to a local campaign

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and ordered eight similar trollies for their larger stores

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We are always keen to look at improvements that enhance the

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shopping experience. We want to be inclusive and have as many members

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shopping with us. When we heard about it we did research and found

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the trolleys, they are ordered and we have contacted the people

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concerned to let them know they are on the way.

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A survey sent to Jersey homes asking for views on the postal service has

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a bit of an embarrassing mistake on it - there isn't enough

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Jersey Post, who commissioned the survey,

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They say they're making sure it won't happen again

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and in the meantime ask people to just write the last

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letter of their postcode next to the fifth box.

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It's not unusual for lost property to be left behind at a gym,

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but this is something a little bit different.

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Two chickens were found walking around the car park outside

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Beau Sejour gym in Guernsey earlier this month.

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They're being looked after by the GSPCA, who are asking

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the owner to come forward and claim them.

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The number of Jersey primary schools getting extra literacy support has

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doubled after the success of a community scheme.

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Every Child Our Future is a charity that funds one-to-one help

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Launched last September, it's not only grown in interest

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from volunteers, but has also boosted reading levels,

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They say practice makes perfect, and it seems to be proving right

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For the last six months, volunteers have been giving

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up their time to sit and listen to stories read by pupils.

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It started in four schools but now it's been rolled out to four

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To read with more confidence and more fluidity, to talk

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to them about their books and their comprehension of the text,

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and those things are really, really important, and we do it

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in school, but where we got additional resources,

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complementory resources to do that, as well - that is really important,

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because of the interest its gained from those wanting to help.

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There are now 270 volunteers supporting these children.

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I never got that opportunity so it's nice to see them be able

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to have that extra chance to be able to read and write and interact

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It's really just giving something back to the community and helping

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They're potentially struggling with their reading because English

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It's hoped all primary schools in the island will be able

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to benefit from this partnership with the Every Child

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Especially as Jersey literacy levels for primary-age pupils lags

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But the chief education officer doesn't want to push it too soon.

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We want to go at the speed where we can recruit

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and train enough volunteers, because it's very important

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when children make a relationship with a volunteer that continues

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So we don't want to spread our volunteers too thinly.

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So it seems the literacy levels of Jersey's children

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will continue to increase as long as there are enough reading

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It's been a wet and windy start to the day in the Channel Islands.

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The combination of high winds and high tides made

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In Guernsey, waves on the eest coast made for some

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-- west coast made for great pictures at Vazon.

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While in Jersey, Dave Evans captured this amazing shot of the sea

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crashing over the sea wall on Victoria Avenue, which

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David, there is a rainbow behind you. Is that something to expect?

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This was taken today. The weather watchers have been out. This was

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taken by Chris. It looks like we will continue to see showers left

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behind this evening but the lion's share, the ones with thunder and

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lightning, we have had everything today, and tomorrow is more

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generally wet. Outbreaks of rain, brighter, we might have to wait

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until the end of the day for late sunshine. The wind is dropping

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tonight and it will be a quieter day tomorrow but windy again by the

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evening. Some parts reaching gale force. You can see cloud swirling

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around a deep area of low pressure with several centres. A new area

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develops on these two weather systems and that will be over us

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around the middle of the day tomorrow. Once it goes through, the

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west and north-west winds that follow will increase the strength of

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wind. Thursday looks like the best day of the wheat, Brighton drive

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with high pressure and we get sunshine back. -- it will be bright

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and dry. More speckled cloud behind this means some showers but

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predominantly dry overnight and gradually the wind will drop. It

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might take until after midnight. It should be a dry night. Tomorrow, we

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will see more rain. For some it will be welcome. It will be patchy in

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nature, eventually moving away after lunchtime with the few showers

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following. Later in the afternoon perhaps sunny spells developing. 10

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degrees the top temperature. Also becoming increasingly windy. The

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westerly winds probably reaching gale force into the evening.

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The high water times... Pretty big waves for many of the surfing

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beaches. Some dangerous conditions. The forecast says the winds picking

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up six, seven by the end of the day. Bright and dry on Thursday and more

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wet weather on Friday. Charlie. As always we would like to

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see your weather pictures. Join the BBC Weather Watchers,

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or get in contact with us directly To send

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us your pictures or comment on any I'll be back at 8

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with an update and again with you local news first

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after the BBC national With mobile phones constantly

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pinging in houses full of gadgets, you might think you have an allergy

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to modern-day life. But how far would you

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go to escape it all? One woman from North Devon says

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everything about a modern home - from chemicals to radio waves -

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were making her ill, so she and her husband have gone

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back to nature and built their home in the Tarka Valley

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from mud and straw. But as Johnny Morris reports,

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they're now having to take it down because they don't have

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planing permission. You have to look closely,

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but there are people Being plugged into a

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virtual reality machine, We're collecting water,

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we're chopping wood, Kate and Alan may be hidden

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from view, but they are still You can't, of course,

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just put up a house where you want. This is our nest, this

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is our everything. We've sculpted it with our

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hands from the soil. If it is the good life,

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it doesn't come easy. They have to keep on topping up

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the mud used to build their home. But for Kate, it's a much better

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life than she had before. She goes as far as saying

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that modern day living I think it was the water

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and the electricity and the Wi-Fi and the paint on the walls and,

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you know, a build-up. I didn't realise how ill

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I was until we moved here, There are now many medical

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conditions, so is this one of them? Can you be intolerant

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to the modern day? Some doctors believe you can,

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but the NHS doesn't Multiple chemical sensitivity

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is a condition where the body's immune and detoxification

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pathways become overloaded. We've got people that simply find

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they have an allergic reaction to bleach and try to avoid

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perfumes and traffic fumes. Living in an ordinary house,

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especially a new build or a house that has just been decorated

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furnished, it becomes a big problem. But it's not the medical landscape

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which is important here. And the local authority says they've

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got to abide by the law. Kate points to examples in Wales

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where the One Planet planning laws can allow low impact

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homes like there's. Even if we lose everything here,

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I feel it's really important for people like us to be able

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to live on their own land sustainably without

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creating any damage. But having lost all their appeals,

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the couple now have Jonathan Morris, BBC Spotlight,

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River Cross Meadow. And if you'd like to comment on this

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or any other story tonight you can join the debate on e-mail,

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Twitter and Facebook. Coming up: Shrove Tuesday has been

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marked across the South West, but it didn't go according to plan

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for our reporter on HMS Albion. And we're at another shrove Tuesday

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tradition where they're Have you got enough paper they're?

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I've got scripts everywhere here! All of our main football sides

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are in action this evening - Second in League 2 Plymouth

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are at home to Notts County whose fans will be given a free pasty

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on arrival at Home Park. Exeter are away at Crawley

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and Yeovil are at home to Mansfield. In the National League,

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Torquay are away to Solihull Moors. I'm assuming this is me, because my

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script is everywhere! I will carry on.

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You may be watching tonight's programme in the midst of pancake

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making, as it is Shrove Tuesday. Spare a thought for the ship crew

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making pancakes on the water. You might not expect pancake day to

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be a top priority on the HMS Albion. Chefs Rebecca and Abigail have

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helped make around 600 pancakes today already. We are just doing

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batch cooking, so keep them coming, put them out, that's it. Is pancake

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day a big thing in the Navy? Do they all expect pancakes on Shrove

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Tuesday? It is more for the morale, if you are not at home, this keeps

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morale up. We have pancakes for them.

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The girls have been helping to make hundreds of pancakes, so I thought

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it would only be fair if I had a go at making pancakes naval style.

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Let's see if I can push it around a bit. When I make these at home, the

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first one always turns out to be a disaster. Now for the moment of

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truth, this is where I try tossing it. Are you ready? Are you with me?

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Oh, it's stuck to the pan! It won't come off. Luckily, the proof of the

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pancake isn't in the tossing, but beating. The girls can do it much

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better than me. Now for the best bit, time to tuck in, though I

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decided not to include my burnt offering. It all looks delicious,

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and is also serving an important purpose. Just to keep everyone,

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family, keep them all close and tight, and keep the traditions

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alive, really. And in case any of you were wondering what the crew's

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favourite topping is,... Chocolate spread. Chocolate spread. This is

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the one that is burned, but maybe we can hide it at the bottom. This is a

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not very able seaman signing off for BBC Spotlight.

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I wonder how many people have had the same problem, pancakes sticking

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to the pan. I'm not going to her house for tea. And the tradition in,

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is to hurl a silver ball down the streets, but the focus this morning

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was mounting a lead replica of the silver ball on top of the town hall,

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and inside is a time capsule provided by primary school.

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Christine Butler reports. Making a lead replica of the silver

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ball with the strong Cornish tradition. That includes molten

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metal for the inscription, town and country, do your best. As I was

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making it, I realised that it has this great big void inside that

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would be ideal to put some kind of time capsule in it, so I thought

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that would be an interesting thing for the school. And the school

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couldn't get enough of it. How did you manage to make that out of

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metal? A little bit of history stuck 45 feet in the air that will last

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hundreds of years sparked imaginations. Now you can see inside

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if I take it apart. What is the most exciting thing they would find in

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there? What is invented now and how much technology has improved. The

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money is good, because it's, they will have a king or queen, so they

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will have that on the coin, and the notes will be different, the ?5

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notes. Last-minute touches are overseen by

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both school and town councils. All eyes turn upwards as Tim sends the

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bell turret in some pretty windy, hairy zinc conditions. Thankfully,

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it all goes to plan. Just hours before, the real silver ball takes

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centre stage at this age-old sport of the Shrove Tuesday hurl.

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Christine Butler, BBC Spotlight. But despite the wintry showers some

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of us endured today, spring has sprung -

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or at least that's according And they say it's all because

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the magnolia is in full bloom, and to prove it we have some

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in the studio. We'll have a closer look at these

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fabulous blooms in a minute, but first, Clare Woodling has been

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to see the many different It's a new tradition

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in an ancient setting. It's a link the owner

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of Caerhays Castle was keen to show The 12 so-called great gardens

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of Cornwall agree on the magnolia in bloom as signalling

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the new season. We go out and we look at our biggest

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and best early flowering magnolia, And when we have each got 50 flowers

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out in bloom and looking Though the Magnolia campbellii

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is the flower identified as marking the start of spring,

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there are about 50 varieties Before the magnolia

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is bloom, they are covered Furry and soft, these protect

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the bud from frosts. They then fall away to reveal

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the flower and its petals. Magnolias and spring is only

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a recent association, made in the last five years

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by the 12 great Gardens. But one designed to draw attention

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to the colour and vibrancy of Cornwall at a time

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when many of us are still wrapped In Cornwall, with all mild climate,

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spring comes much earlier down here, and there is far more to see that

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you would expect seen your garden. The Welsh may think

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of their daffodils. And what we are really saying

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upcountry tourists who come down here as garden visitors late

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in the year, come earlier, In 2016, the magnolias bloomed

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unusually early, but this year, they've been cautious,

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as a hard frost can they've been cautious, as a hard

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frost can turn the petals brown. Visit Cornwall said last year 20 ABC

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to -- 28% of people coming to call what went to one of the main gardens

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like the lost Gardens of Halligan. It is hoping that the blooming

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magnolias will bring the tourist earlier in the year, and show people

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there is more to the county than the attractions of summer at the

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seaside. And thank you so much to Jamie, the

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head gardener at Caerhays for giving us these fabulous blooms today, we

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have five varieties here, but there are 450 types at the castle. They

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are unbelievable, they don't look real, thank you very much for those.

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The only thing I think about magnolias is that they get battered

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out about a bit in the wind and the rain. And we have some to come,

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don't we? We do, and what you can't see at

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home is the incredible smell of these Flowers. We will continue to

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have a little wintry nurse. Most of the showers have gone, a few I left

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behind, quite a covering of snow in places this morning, and also over

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the high ground of Dartmoor, this is a captain. A light dusting here, but

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this was earlier today over Exmoor, where there was some snow and over

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the really high ground of both Exmoor and Dartmoor, quite a bit of

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snow fell through the night, and quite a covering first thing this

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morning, but the sunshine has melted a lot of the snow that has fallen.

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There won't be too many problems with ice overnight, the main problem

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will be the fact that we will get some more persistent rain tomorrow.

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Tomorrow is less windy at first, there will be patchy rain around,

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sunny spells late in the day, but primarily for Cornwall. We have an

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area of low pressure with lots of clouds swirling around, and we start

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to lose that over the next 12 hours. You will notice also some more cloud

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out to the west, developing into an area of low pressure that moves into

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the English Channel around the day tomorrow, and behind it, pretty

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lively wins which will pick up again towards the evening. As we move into

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Thursday, there is a ridge of high pressure, so if you have anything to

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do outside, Thursday is your day, because it will be very settled. All

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change on Friday, another area of wind and rain. The line of showers

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earlier today gave a little thunder and lightning, that has now moved to

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northern France. Clear skies are what we will see overnight tonight,

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so it will turn quite chilly. Whilst it is a predominantly dry story, an

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isolated shower is possible at some point through the night. Clear skies

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allowing the temperatures to drop as low as three Celsius. Coming up from

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the south, a lot of cloud, and that will produce outbreaks of rain. It

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will be patchy, particularly across northern parts of Dorset, the North

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of Somerset. Hill fog developing. Then the clearance comes late in the

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day, some late sunshine across more western parts of Cornwall. At the

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same time, it becomes pretty windy. Seven, eight, nine Celsius the best

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temperatures tomorrow. By the end of the day, it becomes windy, and for

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the Isles of Scilly, the rain clears, bright and increasingly

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windy. Times of high water: Big waves for all of our coastal

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locations, and messy conditions. As I have mentioned, make the most of

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Thursday. It is going to be the best day of the week. Have a good

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evening. This is the most fragrant the studio

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has been. I can hardly see David Vaughan of! Have a lovely evening

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and enjoy your pancakes. Good night. MUSIC: Another Day Of Sun

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by the La La Land Cast

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