22/03/2017 Channel Islands News


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These are Wednesday's headlines: developing

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Could permeable pavements be the answer to stop

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We are looking to identify areas where we could see the greatest

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benefit for the retrofit of sustainable drainage into that urban

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environment. Plans approved for building three

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of Jersey's Finance Centre and 250 homes get the

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go-ahead at Gas Place. And I'm alive from the Jersey War

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tunnels where there is a special film premiere and the heroic actions

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of a Jersey woman during the occupation.

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First tonight: The leaders of Jersey and Guernsey's governments have

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voiced their support for people involved

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Jersey's Chief Minister Senator Ian Gorst tweeted his

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"thoughts are with all those caught up in the attack",

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in which four people, including a police officer

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and the man thought to be the attacker, have died.

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Guernsey's most senior politician says he "recognises the vital role"

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played by the emergency services "at times like this".

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Both islands have confirmed staff at their London offices

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Water bosses in Guernsey believe building extensions and paving over

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driveways is making flooding worse in the island.

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The process called "urban creep" leads to more water ending up

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in sewer systems, rather than soaking into the ground,

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so they're now urging residents and developers to use more

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sustainable drainage systems, as Jessica Banham reports.

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The sudden downpour of hail and heavy rain took everyone

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In July 2014, drains in St Peter Port were simply

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overwhelmed, as too much water flooded the sewer system.

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Now, Guernsey Water think this may be the answer.

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It might look like an ordinary pavement,

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but it's actually permeable, meaning rain water can soak

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through into the ground, rather than heading overland

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It's an example of a sustainable drainage system, and the company

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thinks it will help prevent flooding in the island.

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But not everyone's convinced - this bar on the Pollett was flooded

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Long-term, obviously, it seems like a good idea for anyone

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outside St Peter Port, but with St Peter Port

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being built up already, the flow of water coming

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from buildings is already going to be massive when we get

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these freak weather events, and what's going to happen

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is that the water is still going to go into the drains,

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flow into the sewers and flood the buildings along the Pollett.

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But water bosses say they're not only urging builders to use

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this permeable paving in new developments.

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They also hope to replace existing paving in town.

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What we're looking to do is to introduce sustainable drainage

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as a retrofit into town in particular areas,

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and what we're looking at is the areas of greatest benefit

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where we'll get most out of our investment.

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The new advice has been welcomed by the building industry,

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who say sustainable drainage schemes have already started

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being implementing, as seen here in Clos Barbier.

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But there are concerns it could take time to see the benefits.

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You will start to see small improvements obviously

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in the first year or so, but, in terms of having

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a significant impact, I would have thought it's

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Guernsey Water acknowledge this won't be a quick fix, but hope that,

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by working alongside the island's builders and architects,

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ultimately they can make flooding like this a thing of the past.

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Jessica Banham, BBC Channel Islands News, Guernsey.

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Two major developments in St Helier have been given

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planning approval today - 250 homes at the Gas Place site,

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and a third new building at the Finance Centre.

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There'll be a lot more building work to come in St Helier,

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following today's double dose of planning approval.

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While finishing touches are being put to this first building

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at the Finance Centre on the Esplanade, work has started

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on the second, and a third has got the go-ahead today.

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It'll be five storeys, with underground parking.

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Plans for a housing development at Gas Place have been rejected

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before, but today a new version won approval for about 250 homes,

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The buildings will be one or two stories lower than originally

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intended, and I think that is the key issue for residents on the

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street, so there is less impact than there was before.

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It could still be blocked if an appeal is made

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in the next few weeks, but, if there's no objection,

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Luxmy Gopal, BBC Channel Islands, Jersey.

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Work could start soon on a new site for businesses facing eviction

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The companies have until the end of the year to move on.

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This old vinery is one of two that have been identified as possible

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Today planners gave the go-ahead at an open planning meeting

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for the necessary work and change of use.

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With any planning permission, it is a three-year permission, so we will

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have to instigate that as soon as possible, but also it you are a

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reasonable landowner with a reasonable application for the

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clearance of a glasshouse, we hope you instigate it soon.

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The body of a man found off Pleinmont in Guernsey over

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the weekend has been confirmed as Patrick Eker.

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The 49-year-old's disappearance sparked a major search

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after he was reported missing on Saturday.

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Police say his death is not being treated as suspicious

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and an inquest will be held at a later date.

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A film based on the true story of love, defiance and courage of one

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Jersey woman during the occupation is having its Channel

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Another Mother's Son tells the story of Louisa Gould,

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a shopkeeper in St Ouen who sheltered an escaped Russian

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It had its London Premiere last week, but is now having a special

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showing at the Jersey War Tunnels, where Emma Chambers is now.

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Good evening. Hello. Yes, the location of this

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film premiere could not be more appropriate. The tunnels are a

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striking reminder of the hardships endured by slave workers during the

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German occupation here in Jersey. One witnessed by many islanders -

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some who just couldn't stand Her actions made her a war hero,

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and now a film sensation. Do you know how dangerous this is?

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Any mother would do the same for love. Why do you think I am doing

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this? Saving "Another Mother's Son" -

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the heroic actions of Louisa Gould, adapted into a film

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by her great-niece. I thought, wow, this

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is a fantastic story, and I'm so proud of what these

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people did, and around that time I started to think somebody's got

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to do something with this, because otherwise it's

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going to get forgotten. You know, small

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documentaries not showing... Most people don't actually

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seem to know the story. But I was nervous about it, because

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you don't want to mess it up. You feel a responsibility

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to get it right. But this isn't just a sad tale

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of war and survival - it's one of love, which cost

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Louisa's life, and now it will be If I'm ever lucky enough

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to have another film made, I will never again have quite

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the personal connection I am just delighted to be able

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to watch on home turf with people Actor Jenny Lecoat speaking

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to me earlier today. One of the start of it joins me now,

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actor Julian Kostov. You play Bell, the Russians slave workers saved by

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Louisa Gould. What about the film made you want to be part of it?

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It was an amazing character to play and I did not know about the

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occupation that happened at all, and it was a remarkable story to tell. A

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wonderful character and so many emotional scenes, in very different

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areas of human emotion, like fear, anger, happiness... I could not have

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asked for a better character to play. It is a dream come true and an

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honour for me to tell the story of Louisa Gould.

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It wasn't filmed in Jersey, so how does it feel to be in the island now

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I am honoured that I was invited, and I actually wanted to come here

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on my own anyway, because I have imagined this place in my heart and

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mind so many times during film-making, and it is amazing

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finally to come and see it and overwhelming to see the tunnels as

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well and know what my character went through. It is an absolute pleasure.

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Thank you, Julian. If you want to see the courageous story of Louisa

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Gould, the film will be showing in cinemas across the British Isles

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from Friday. Thank you, MR. It looks like a great

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and emotional film and I am sure many of us will be going by the

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cinema. Now let's take a look at the

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weather. Good evening. We have had some of

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this today, glorious sunshine and not a bad deal to it either. They

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are is cold, another cold night in store. This shot taken across

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Guernsey. Blue sky and sunshine today. Tomorrow we celebrate World

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Meteorological Day. If you have got any pictures of plants, then please

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send them in. If you want to find out more about this, the website is

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there. Onto the forecast for tomorrow and not quite as bright as

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today. Briefly some sunshine perhaps and a lot more cloud, with risk of

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showers for a time, persistent rain and a risk of thunder and hail. A

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mixture to come through the day tomorrow. All wrapped around this

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area of low pressure. This is the middle of the day tomorrow. By the

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middle of Friday, it looks like that weather front will travel out into

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the channel, travelling north away from us. A brighter picture on

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Friday. And Saturday looks like a breezy day but a fine day with

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sunshine to enjoy. A few showers possible overnight tonight, and that

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will continue through to the morning, perhaps in a clear sky to

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get temperatures to single figures, four or five Celsius. Tomorrow has

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briefly brightness and a few showers perhaps in the morning, then briefly

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sunshine and more general cloud from the East to give us more persistent

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rain. 10 Celsius the maximum temperature tomorrow. Highs of time

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water there. -- times of high water. Small waves they are, and coastal

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waters forecast... Winds from these tomorrow, three or four, rain or

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showers with good visibility. Friday morning, cloud around still, but

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improving swiftly. Friday looks like a decent day, a breezy weekend

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ahead, but if I went to look forward to. Charlie.

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Great pictures in the sunshine although looks can be deceiving. I

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went out for a it was chilly. If you have great pictures to share with

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the nation's Weather Watchers, go on the website.

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It's Red Nose Day this Friday, when many people

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across the Channel Islands will be doing fun and crazy things to raise

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money, or sponsoring others who are doing challenges.

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Fundraising efforts in Jersey got a celebrity boost today -

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TV and radio presenter Vernon Kay visited to help

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While I am in Jersey, we are going to be raising awareness of British

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Airways's Flying Start in aid of Comic Relief. And we have friends

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from an intergalactic location, carrying buckets around St Helier,

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so get involved. And we'll of course have plenty

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of coverage of Red Nose Day on Friday across the BBC on radio,

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television and online. If you are doing something special,

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get in contact with us here at BBC Channel Islands News. You are

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up-to-date with the latest news from the Channel Islands. I will be back

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with an update at around 8pm this evening. Because of an extended late

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news and international news on at 10pm tonight, will be on error later

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at 11pm this evening. There will be regular updates on the website.

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Until 8pm tonight, I wish you a pleasant evening and good night.

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Bye-bye. about the unique operation to tow

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a stricken freighter to safety. The three thousand ton Lady Alida

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lost power and was being blown onshore in the early hours

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of yesterday morning. The Penlee and the Sennen Cove

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lifeboats pulled the ship to safety. They had to carry out the operation

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a second time when the ship's David George has been

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to meet the two coxswains. The 88 metre freighter, Lady Alida,

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with seven crew on board had lost power and was being blown onto rocks

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on the South Cornish coast. In the early hours,

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lifeboats were sent to the The first time the two boats had

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attempted such a task. It wasn't easy, with

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the weather conditions, We did what we had to do,

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we stopped the boat from drifting Many hours later the crews

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were at the lifeboat station when they were called to the ship

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a second time because she was I don't think we had more

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than a couple of sips of tea, and we were asked to go

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again, dragging anchor. The 3600 tonne ship is more

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than 60 times heavier than Both of the lifeboats are equipped

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with these huge diesel engines here on this lifeboat,

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the combined power is two and a half So they have got plenty

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of pull, even to toe a big ship, a 3000 tonne

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ship, but power alone The biggest issue for us was keeping

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the lifeboats on the right place, without hitting

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each other, so the boys on the deck had a lot

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of work to do and they did

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a really good job. This might have been a job

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for a coastguard emergency type which were stationed around the UK

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coast until they were scrapped six With the removal of the constant

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presence of the tugs, we have known that eventually,

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we would get involved in this sort of job,

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it has given us a lot of confidence

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that if the same happened again we could at least keep

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a ship in a position and hopefully prevent

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it The ship is alongside

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in Falmouth docks waiting There's been special recognition

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for a seven year old girl for her amazing work as a carer,

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we'll meet her later, plus getting fired up

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in South Devon. Join me on board the beautiful

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Braveheart as she takes to the tracks for the first time in 12

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years. Now you may remember a very

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special moment on Spotlight We would like to introduce you to

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the French consul with us this evening. Her

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TRANSLATION: Verdun Hayes, might of the Legion of honour. -- in the name

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of the president of the French republic, I make you a night of the

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Legion of honour. That was Verdun Hayes from north

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Devon being presented He'd recently returned

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from a trip to Normandy where he paid his respects

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to a fallen comrade. Well since then more than one

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hundred D-Day veterans from the South West have come

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forward to go on tours The scheme - which is funded

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by Libor fines imposed on banks - is now being extended and veterans

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will be able to visit Charlotte Foot has been talking

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to one veteran from Dorset who's been remembering the events of more

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than seventy years ago. Wartime Weymouth, and the harbour

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is a sea of green. Young American troops

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setting sail for France, Dorset a gateway

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to the battlefields. The journey across the Channel,

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one that so many veterans One they thought they may

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never return from. Today, World War II veterans

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are being offered the opportunity to sail once again,

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and there's been an increase in the So much so that the Royal

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British Legion is now I just thought, I've been there

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before, and it was so different then Really expected to see

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something nice and have a few 92 year old Peter Price

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from Weymouth is even hoping Lots of people havn't

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really travelled much at all since they came

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back from service. I know people used to have a holiday

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about every ten years. Across-the-board it has been

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unprecedented and in the south-west, we have had over 100

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veterans book on to tours. Now to put that into context,

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last year we took a hundred veterans, so we've noticed

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an exponential rise in people wanting to go on these tours

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which is Despite the success of the scene,

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the charity believes there are still more D-Day veterans

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who they are not in contact with and with most in their 90s,

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they want to make sure that they all have

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the A seven year old girl from Cornwall

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has won an award for helping to care Evie Gwilliams is now so skilled

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at caring for Freddie she even Evie's mum says she does it

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because she loves him. Eleanor Parkinson has been

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to meet the family. She may only be seven years old but

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she takes her responsibilities very seriously. Her younger brother

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Freddie has a red condition, he needs medication every day and she

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knows exactly what to do. First you plug the tube into his tummy, and

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then, you get one of the syringes and you put it on the end of the

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tube, and you push the top bit down and before you take it off, you push

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the white spitting, so the medicine comes out. -- the white bit in. It

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is important he has the right amount, and your mum has taught you

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how to do that? Yes. She also helps give him his meals and putting to

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bed. Her mum says she has never asked Evie to help but she wants to

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do it. If he is in the bath, she will say that she will take over and

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she wants to dress him and do his nappy and give him his milk and she

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does a lot for Freddie, she is very good. And I understand you have been

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very busy with other children and, Evie has put him to bed on her own?

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You take him through to his bed, and even if I'm busy with Freddie. She

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then takes over the role of looking after car spec, she has even cooked

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Casper some tea, haven't you? Mummy showed you how to use the oven and

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she reads Casper a bedtime story. So she helps with both the boys. And

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now Evie's degradation has not gone unnoticed, she has just wants a

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little star award. Evie seems unfazed and is happy to get back to

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the job that she thinks is so important.

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Now it's been out of action for over a decade, but today

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the Dartmouth Steam Railway proudly brought the locomotive 'Braveheart'

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She made her long awaited return across the South Devon coast

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and our reporter Heidi Davey was onboard....

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After laying dormant for 12 years the beautiful locomotive brain heart

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came into the sunshine to claim her rightful place on the track, it has

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been an intensive labour of love for all involved at the Dartmouth steam

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away and today's unveiling meant that the team were up early again to

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make sure that she was ready for her audience. Today I started at half

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past six, involving cleaning at yesterday's fire, the firebox and

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then lighting brand-new box. And paraffin. Children, a primary

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school, lined the platform to get a glimpse of her and then it was all

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aboard as we set off along the south Devon coast.

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It is hard work keeping this going? Yes between one tonne and 2.5 tonnes

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of coal a day and near enough gallons of water every round-trip.

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And for younger passengers there was definitely a favourite bit. My

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favourite part was the dark, dark tunnel. Rumbling noises. That steam

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may be a bit stinky but for young trade hearts driver, it is a day he

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will never forget. We never put a BR standard together so we had was

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pictures of when it was last running, if you head scratching

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moments but I think we got there all right. How does it feel? Happiest of

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my life so far I would two say. What a glorious picture that was. A great

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day for everyone involved. Not bad weather either for Braveheart and a

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big day for weather forecasting tomorrow?

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It is Michu logical day tomorrow and I will talk about than in just a

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second. Good evening we have had sunshine, I know we have had

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showers, when you point out but everywhere has had blue skies but

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where the skies have been like this it has been a lovely day with the

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sunshine, not too windy, quite pleasant, sent in, also showers,

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affecting some of us. Somerset quite sharp showers, that was the shower

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in the distance and also some rainbows, a combination of the

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sunshine and some rain, this 117 in Taunton. As I pointed out tomorrow

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is world Michu logical day. This years his clouds, if you got any

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good cloud pictures. And the website is here:

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the area of low pressure that has brought us the showers and more

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unsettled weather today is still going to be around here tomorrow.

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Quite a cloudy day tomorrow, for those who had lots of sunshine, the

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same weather system still close by on Friday, gone by the time of the

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weekend. 18 easily weekend, but this time of year it has and strengthen

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it and we are expected to see some low temperatures, certainly

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coalfield to the air with sunshine out of the breeze and quite pleasant

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and unusually so, some fine weather coinciding with the weekend. At the

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moment there is the risk of a shower this evening but most of the showers

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have now gone and what we are left with is some clearing skies

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overnight, this was the picture from earlier today, down in Cornwall

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where again, skies but again some threatening looking cloud. The

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showers that we have seen today have also been of hail and sleet in

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places, it is not unusual to see this in March, but it is in between

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showers we have also had some lovely sunshine as well. Temperatures have

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been up and down because of the showers. Most of the showers as I'm

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inch and are now fading away so overnight tonight we are going to

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see a good deal of clear sky, once that process is underway,

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temperatures are going to fall away pretty quickly, we could well see a

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frost overnight tonight and the risk of some mist and fog patches. Very

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light winds, and temperature starting the day tomorrow morning as

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low as one or 2 degrees above freezing so there is even the

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possibility of a risk of ice here and there. Now tomorrow, across

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Dorset and Somerset, a layer of cloud, will travel westwards. It

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will be fairly broken cloud but I think the risk of a spot of drizzle

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and light rain is possible through the rest of the day, Utrecht and

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easterly wind and a top temperature of nine or 10 degrees. For the

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aisles of city some bright weather and then gradually clouding over

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with showers developing later in the day, a bit more breeze developing

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coming in from the north-east tomorrow. There are the times of

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high water. For our servers, the waves are small tomorrow, the breeze

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does pick up but for most of the North reaches, anywhere up to three

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or four feet. There is the coastal walkers, the winds are from the

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East, four to six with the risk of showers. A bit warmer to pot

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a bit chilly during the night time. Will you be bringing cake for

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WorldNet daily? The late news, at ten, hope you can

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join us then, good night.

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