10/03/2017 Channel Islands News


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These are Friday's headlines: Protecting food supplies -

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Jersey looks to update its contingency plans.

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It is five years old, it needs updating, and what we are going to

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do now is look at the numbers and update the figures because the

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population information is out of date as well now.

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Plus, one of the biggest home

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games in their history - Jersey Reds gear up to host

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And happy 80th to Jersey Airport - just don't mention the fog!

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And for the weekend ahead, better visibility. This was today in

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Guernsey with the fork which has now cleared. Just the risk of it coming

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back briefly but the weekend would generally much better full is --. .

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A report making several recommendations aimed at helping

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secure Jersey's food supply has not been adopted by the States

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The draft food security strategy was created in December 2012

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The Environment Minister now says it already needs updating,

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This community garden at Le Marais has been up and running

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The fruit and veg that's grown here is given to local residents

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Back in 2012, a draft food security strategy recommended

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that the environment department develop plans for more community

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But it's founder Nigel James doesn't think that's happened

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and says the island has become less self-sufficient.

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Since 2012 - we've pretty much lost our on island

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organic growing community - they've collapsed due to various

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reasons and this has meant that even since they started writing this -

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we've become much more dependent on importated

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The draft food security strategy was created in December 2012.

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It made 13 different recommendations.

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Such as establishing a Food Security Board.

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Five years on and that board has never been created.

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The Co-op has also closed the last remaining warehouse that stocked

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they have been addressing the key issues in the report.

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What we have done is that we have looked at the Condor situation,

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we have looked at the freight situation, we have looked at

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the situation with local produce - more recently we've invested

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government money into a local packhouse that allows local produce

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Deputy Luce says the 2012 report will now be updated and he's hopeful

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that it will be officially adopted in the near future.

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Jessica Banham, BBC Channel Islands News, Jersey.

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The number of racial hate crime incidents reported to Jersey Police

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There were 23 reports of hate crime last year -

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These records have been increasing year on year since 2012.

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Guernsey's most senior politician has called for an overhaul

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of the island's code of conduct system.

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It comes after a recent complaint against these three

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deputies was made public before an investigation cleared

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Policy and Resources President, Gavin St.

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Pier, says details of complaints should remain private

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until a decision's been made to protect people's reputations.

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The Deputy has also questioned the transparency of the panels

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appointment by the presiding officer.

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Wholesale milk prices are increasing by 7.5%

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Guernsey Dairy are blaming the price hike

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on increased farm costs, reductions in subsidies

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As the States don't fix the retail price, it will be up

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to distributors and retailers on whether the increased milk prices

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will be passed onto customers when they come into affect

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Rugby now and Jersey Reds hope to beat Cornish Pirates to book

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a place in the semi-finals of the British and

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It's one of the biggest home games in their history -

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the first time Jersey have ever hosted a knock-out cup match.

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Our sports editor Tim Pryor joins us live from St Peter now -

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Tim, there was a bit of uncertainty the game may have not gone

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We're expecting a wonderful atmosphere here tonight.

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This British and Irish Cup competition represents a real chance

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for the Reds to lift some silverware at the end of the season.

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This is the second year in a row that Jersey have made it

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through the group stage to these knock-out games.

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Jersey's first few seasons in this competition were forgettable,

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but last year the club and their fans suddenly

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After edging through to the knock-out stages for the first

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time, the islanders found themselves away to Bedford Blues on a memorable

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With the quarter-final all square at 12-12 at half-time,

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flanker James Freeman was the star for Jersey, with his hat-trick

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of tries taking them through to the last four

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The Cup run, though, was to come to a heart-breaking end

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With a place in the final on the line, Jersey scored six tries

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in a thrilling match, but were beaten by a single point.

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Both of those games were away from Jersey -

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now tonight comes the exciting opportunity to play knock-out

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rugby on home turf under the floodlights at St Peter.

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Let's speak to the head coach of the Jersey Reds.

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How excited are you and the players about tonight's challenge?

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Fantastic location tonight. I think it shows how far the club has come

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in a short space of time and to be playing knockout rugby on the

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island, what a fantastic occasion it is going to be.

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How special is it for you to be coming up against your former

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club in what should be a really exciting night?

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We have had games between jersey and the Pirates and they always been

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very tight, closing is. This is different. This is rugby. Even

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though there is a history, it is definitely all about jersey tonight.

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This is the second match between the sides

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How much could your narrow win over the Pirates at the weekend fire them

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Last week was dictated by the weather conditions in the underfoot

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conditions, where tonight it is a perfect night and I know the crowd

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will get behind us and we will put on good performance.

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How did it feel to miss out last time? It was tough. We have the

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opportunity for tonight so we have to focus on that and then get

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excited about the next stage after tonight.

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Thanks, Tim - and there's coverage of the game tonight

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And of course we'll have the highlights in our late news.

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Condor ferries is not for sale - that's the message

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It follows comments by Guernsey's President of

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Economic Development Peter Febrache, who speculated the current

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shareholders, the Macquarie Group, were looking to sell.

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But the head of Condor says that's totally incorrect.

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It is not for sale. We are not in a sale process. There is no decision

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about a sale and of course any company can be bought and sold, but

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it is simply not the case. It was an inaccurate statement that was made

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for some reason. What do Vera Lynn, Des O'Connor

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and The Beatles and the Jersey Cow It's Jersey Airport's eightieth

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birthday today and Julie Flanagan has been looking back

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at some of its highlights. 80 years ago today,

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visitors to Jersey became airborne for the first time,

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and although the airport has changed since those days,

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it hasn't looked back. Despite a thick blanket

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of fog delaying flights, We are making the most of the foggy

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weather and enjoying the cupcakes that the airport has laid

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on for us today. Even though I'm sitting on a chair,

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having a nice cake and drinking, It's a lovely day actually

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to be stranded in Jersey. Even though it's really foggy,

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we're here for the eightieth birthday party and we've had

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a wonderful time in Jersey and could quite happily stay

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for a little bit longer. But for those that have worked here,

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its more than just a party. 79-year-old Fred started working

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at the airport back in 1957. He met his wife here but he also

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holds a fond memory of another lady One that comes to mind

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especially is Dame Vera Lynn. have a conversation with her is just

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like you and I talking now. She was so natural. No errors are grazers.

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-- airs or graces. And usually escorted the celebraties

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out to the aeroplane before the rest of the passengers

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and to have a conversation with her, And for the airport's longest

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serving staff member Stephen, There's been an enormous change,

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I mean, we're done a lot of work here over the last forty odd years,

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lots of rebuilding work, lots of infrastructure work,

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lots of investment in our assets. The past eighty years have flown

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past for Jersey airport and thanks to the party atmosphere,

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it's a celebration staff Well, all of that fog disrupting

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travel today which was not the best birthday present for Jersey airport.

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Will we see any more of it? You is David with the weather.

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Hello, good evening. For the last two days, we have had this. That has

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now cleared and I think there is a brief bit of mist and fog around

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tomorrow, but nothing compared to what we have seen recently. This is

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a shot taken by one of our weather watchers. Our weekend will have

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better visibility. It will be cold with the chance of some showers

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around, especially on Sunday. At the moment, we have an area of high

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pressure. Just a chance tomorrow morning, late morning, around

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lunchtime, of the Mr Fogg appearing again. The general trend is to see

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this area of low pressure and this weather front become quite slow.

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Another one comes into the back of it and introduces some quite

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frequent and heavy showers and also introducing more of a breeze,

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north-west winds, fresh breezes and much better visibility. It looks

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like high pressure will be around for the start of next week as well.

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Let's look at the detail. Not a great deal of breeze overnight

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tonight, but most of the mist and fog has moved north away from us.

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Overnight tonight, there will be some shallow mist patches forming

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but nothing compared to what we have seen recently. Temperature still

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relatively mild. Dipping no lower than nine Celsius during the night.

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Tomorrow we have a reasonable start to the day with perhaps some

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sunshine. Does the risk of some Mr low cloud coming out of France

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briefly around the middle of the date and then that will move away

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from us in the second half of the afternoon. 13 Celsius the top

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temperature tomorrow. Wind eventually becoming south-westerly.

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Still light. These are the times of high water. These are the coastal

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waters. Eventually becoming a bit more southerly and then

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south-westerly with generally better visibility out at sea. On Sunday, we

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have got bad weather front coming in, in a lot of cloud around and the

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risk of showers. Monday and Tuesday looks a lot brighter with some

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sunshine. Have a nice weekend. Now before we go, do

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you remember Sausage? He's the Staffordshire Bull Terrier

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we met earlier this week at St Elwolds Nursing

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Home in Jersey. They nominated him for the national

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pets as therapy dog of the year at Crufts and I'm pleased to say

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he won! Congratulations to both Sausage

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and his owner Angie. That is all from me for now. I will

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be back at 10:30pm happy good evening. Good night.

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It may have been a long time off our screens but their legacy

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The children's charity WellChild and local tradesmen have

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worked their magic to help a little boy with a very rare

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Emma Thomasson has been to meet Curtis and his family.

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SS Curtis' favourite place. He has a rear condition which means he has to

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spend a lot of time in hospital being treated for a life limiting

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heart condition. It has become increasingly difficult for his

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mother to take him out, until now. It may only be small in size but

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this new safe place to play will mean the world to Curtis and his

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family. It will give them a better quality

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of life. We are very housebound so we can get outside more. He has got

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a perfect space made for him. His life will be short and we have got

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to make the most of it and having this will allow us to do that.

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The garden looked like this before. The garden was unfit for purpose.

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There was roughcast render on the walls. We had to put artificial

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grass in and decking with sensory things to play with.

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Local workmen volunteered with the charity WellChild.

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To actually have a space there they're fun and development and to

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spend time as a family makes a massive difference to their lives.

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Curtis' communication may be limited but in him I been here I know this

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smile says 1000 words. It's time for the sport now,

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and Natalie is here for a look The Exeter Chiefs are ready

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for battle in the Anglo Welsh Cup. They're in the semi final

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against a strong Harlequins side, which will be played

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at Sandy Park on Sunday. In the Chiefs team are brothers Sam

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and Joe Simmonds from Teignmouth. They're hopeful they can make

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the final and are always chuffed It's nice to just line up together

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before we run out and give each other a look and see look

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what we're doing, it's pride. Not a rivalry but proud

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of what we both did. When we get the team sheet out it's

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always great and we say well done but in the game I never really

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think of it too much. We just focus on ourselves and focus

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on what we have to do. But after the game,

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especially with our family, is a great achievement for us both

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and we will look back on a couple of years on what an achievement

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we've done but at the moment it is good but just focusing

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on our game and making sure we're playing good week

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in, week out. Tonight's big game sees Jersey host

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the Cornish Pirates in the quarter We'll have the result

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in our late news. In National One it's second plays

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fourth tomorrow when Plymouth Albion Plymouth Argyle face crucial back

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to back away matches at promotion rivals Mansfield tomorrow

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and Wycombe on Tuesday. After three defeats in their last

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four at home it must be a relief They'll be trying to

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maintain their second place Exeter City remain in the play off

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pack and will be hoping to consolidate that position

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when they host lowly Accrington. Yeovil are at Morecambe trying

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to stop the rot while Torquay face another relegation six pointer

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at bottom side Southport. It's a sport that can be played

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at any age and that's the image one group of young people think

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bowls should have. At the moment they're in the middle

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of a world record attempt in Dorset Our sports reporter Tony Husband

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is in Weymouth this evening to see how things are going for the team

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whose average age is 29. We are watching just one of what

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will probably be 500 odd ends this weekend as these guys try and get a

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place in the Guinness book of records. The countdown clock is on.

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72 hours they want to play for to get into the record books. There is

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only six players. Big challenge, how will you do it?

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We are for and half hours into its own not feeling the strain yet. The

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first day will be the hardest -- the hardest part will be halfway

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through. Some banter and jokes will keep us going. Once we're on the

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home straight we will see finish. It is raising money for charity and

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changing the image of the sport. A lot of people see this as an older

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person's sport which is not true. Anybody can play it, from four years

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old up to 90s. You can play it socially or competitively.

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Where will it all end? 1pm on Monday, hopefully.

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And if you want to follow their progress live you can log

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onto our Facebook page and see how they're getting on.

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Cornwall has a brand new team of world champions!

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Four youngsters from across the county have won the under-12

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World Association of kick boxing Organisations World Cup.

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They beat 32 other teams in the competition

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David George has been to meet the team.

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Leah, Oscar, Aaron, James, number one in

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It's taken months of training, sometimes four

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times a week, to bring them to their world-beating standard.

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Yet they've all only been taking part in the sport

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12-year-old James is doing some pad work with their coach.

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So I can move that around a little bit.

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And here they are at the big competition in Dublin.

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They faced 32 other teams over three days

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Oscar's dad was so chuffed he couldn't hold the camera still.

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I'm really proud, really happy for the whole team.

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They've spent a lot of time getting there and all the

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organisers of it, yeah, it's really good.

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There was quite a lot of shouting and jumping around and we were all

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They get points for kicks and punches which make contact.

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They do wear helmets in competitions.

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Myself and Bradley, the other coach, had a real strong feeling beforehand

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of how well they would do and they proved us right.

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So how does it feel to be world champion?

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We had all our parents shouting, we were shouting on the mat.

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I was running around the mat screaming my head off.

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I just like knowing that I'm good at something

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and that I have a hobby, not just sitting at home doing

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And I told them that I won the teams' and

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And this is the magnificent World Cup they won.

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I think they should hold it, don't you?

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And a quick update on the 13-year-old Cornish cyclist

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who's making his way across Australia

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Siam Juntakeret from Bodmin started his challenge a week ago

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He's got nearly two and a half thousand miles to go and hopes

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to finish in 32 days and break the world record.

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Apparently he is missing home of thought. But he is doing so well.

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Some inspiring young people in sport tonight.

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From a speed record on two wheels to one involving four.

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The Bloodhound Super Sonic Car is hoping to break the World

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The challenge has inspired school children to make

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And today their building skills were put to the test.

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At a playground in Plymouth pupils lined up their vehicles for a race

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Spotlight's John Danks was there for us.

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Three, two, one, go. Forget Bunsen burner, this is rocket

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science. They have been given basic materials

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to put together a designer over several weeks and come and compete

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with rockets and see who can get the fastest speed as they launch across

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the playground. The car is our all fitted with a BBC

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Micro bed computer to measure speed. The army were on hand to set them

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off. The cars are propelled by rockets,

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many fireworks, so we fire them off and record the car is' times.

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There were really good times today. The fastest was six miles per hour.

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It might go wrong. I enjoyed making it. It was fun

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watching it. We tried shipping it so that he

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would flow over it so it wouldn't hold it back. -- shaping it.

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How did you feel when setting it off?

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Is it going to work? Did it? Yes. If they get through

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that, they will be moving onto the national finals and then they can go

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to South Africa if they win that we're the Bloodhound cars be racing

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to beat 1000 mph. That will require some proper ear

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protection. That looked great fun. That remains

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me of you leaving the car park. And it's not just these

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children in Plymouth getting People all over the country have

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been throwing themselves And if you'd like a little help

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with getting started, the BBC's Terrific Scientific web

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pages have all you need Let's race across to the weather and

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see what is happening this weekend. Try not to thump him well I'm doing

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the weather. We have had that mist and fog over the last couple of

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days. The good news is there is a more promising story to be had but

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be patient because it is probably not till later on Sunday that we see

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increased visibility. The fog has been pretty much all the way along

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the south coast but there has been some holes.

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There is some mist around tomorrow morning but not as thick fog as it

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has been. Turning colder but brighter with some showers on Sunday

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morning and then on Sunday afternoon. We can see that weather

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on one satellite picture. The weather front that brings the

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showery outbreaks of rain and this is the clear sky heading our way for

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Sunday afternoon. Quite a lot happening. The little area of low

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pressure that has developed is making it slow-moving. Ahead of it,

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more -- moist and mail bear. A lot of sunshine to be had. High pressure

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starts to come back next week so something to look forward to. But we

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still have the mist and fog to contend with and that would be a

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problem overnight. Thickening by the morning particularly in western

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parts of Cornwall. You can see the layer of cloud is pretty low.

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Relatively calm conditions but those on their way out will notice how

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poor the visibility is. Even the seagulls have given up and come

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inshore. It will be a mild night. Slightly cooler than it was last

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night and tomorrow some brightness, some greyness. The best of its in

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parts of North Devon and Somerset. Light winds tomorrow mainly from the

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West. There could be problems with flights in and out of the Isles of

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Scilly. Most beaches clean. Not much of a breeze. After some showery rain

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on Sunday, the sunshine comes back. Have a nice weekend. And we are all

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back on Monday but there will be bulletins across the weekend. I'm

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going to duff up just and for that comment. Good night.

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So, like, you get sponsored to swap clothes with somebody for a day.

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Yeah, yeah, yeah. OK, I don't get that. So, maybe...

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I don't get that. ..you wear your mother's clothes?

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I don't get it. What does she wear? No, no, she wears someone else's.

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OK, I don't get that, it's too complicated. Do another one.

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So, like, you get sponsored to let people lick stuff

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No, but, like, you get these flavoured... Cool, yeah.

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Not going to happen. Peanut butter. Do another one.

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For better ideas, get your free fundraising kit now.

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Let's Sing And Dance exploded onto our screens,

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setting the stage alight...literally.

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Stars were a-swinging... Could somebody help me?

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