24/03/2017 Channel Islands News


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These are Friday's headlines. alone.

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Could private investment mean the end of sporting

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If there is no money to continue running for the region in the way it

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has been run, then how are we going to afford to have new sports

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facility somewhere else? of literature fly in for

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Alderney's literary festival. And doing something funny

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for money - islanders go There are concerns private

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investment in Fort Regent could lead to the loss of sports facilities

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at the site. The government wants to ask private

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companies to put forward proposals for the regeneration

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of the leisure centre. But there are fears this might NOT

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include the same level of provision From welcoming the Dance World Cup

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to providing a home Over the years Fort Regent has

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hosted a range of different sports. But there are fears that could be

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about to change as the States look for funding to help

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regenerate the site. If a private investor came forward

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with a fantastic plan to turn Fort Regent into a conference centre

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with a hotel, restaurant, and so on, the sports facilities

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we currently have here would have Now, if there is no money

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for the States to continue running Fort Regent in the way in which it

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has been run then how are we going to be able

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to afford to have sports There's a gym here, dance studios -

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even shooting and archery ranges. But the government says it's had no

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investment for the past 50 years and there isn't enough

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public funding available. So now they're turning

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to the private sector for ideas about what the venue

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could be used for. But what do people who visit

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the site want to see at Fort Regent? I would not mind seeing more

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development of the gym and the sports areas. There are facilities

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there now but I would like to see them all done up. I would like to

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see more exercise facilities because I believe that we don't have enough,

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especially for children. It is part of Jersey. Why not keep it as it is?

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does change, the man in charge of the project is adamant

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Can you guarantee that if sports facilities

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are removed from Fort Regent - they'll be catered for elsewhere?

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Absolutely, I've said that all along, we have to work

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with sport to find the right facilities for them.

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I'd love it to remain a sports facility and entertainment complex

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looking for new ideas from private investors in the next few months.

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Jessica Banham, BBC Channel Islands News, Jersey.

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A 29-year-old man from High Wycombe has pleaded guilty in

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Jersey's Royal Court to importing cannabis valued

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Shane Lee Ray was charged with attempting to bring almost 60

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kilograms of cannabis resin into Jersey via Elizabeth Ferry

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Ray has been remanded into custody and will be sentenced on 24th May.

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Guernsey Police are appealing for information after an attempted

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burglary at the Iceland store at Admiral Park last week.

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It's thought a man forced entry to the store shortly after one

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-- 1am last Monday morning, before being seen sprinting out

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He's been described as around five foot 7 inches,

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with white mittens or socks covering his hands.

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The States of Guernsey is attempting to rubbish what it calls

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"myths and misinformation" about the island's new

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For two days, anonymous advertisements have been taken out

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in the Guernsey Press claiming the new law will be

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And today, four Guernsey industry groups met politicians to urge them

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to revisit the law and introduce what they call simple,

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Writers and bookworms are gathering in Alderney for the island's third

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Authors from across the British Isles have flown in to give

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talks around the theme of historical writing.

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Luxmy Gopal is in Alderney and sent this report.

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This room is part of the island hall, which was built in 18th

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century here in Alderney, an island rich in history. So what better

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place to host a literary festival centred around the theme of

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historical writing? 12 authors from around the UK and scores of Reading

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fans from across the Channel Islands have flown in for the Alderney

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Literary Festival and the festival organiser is Isabel Picornell. Now,

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what is it about the history of Alderney that made it such a

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suitable theme for the festival? Alderney is known as the fortress

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island. There is a fortress from any date, Roman, Tudor, Victorian on

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every Suntory and exceeds the character of the island. The

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character of the island makes it a bit of a logistical issue getting

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here. What were some of the challenges in getting the authors to

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arrive? Last is the flights to get it. Some of the authors come from

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far afield so that involves a number of changes of flights and then there

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is keeping an eye on the weather, which you know, you never know what

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will happen. How important is this event to put Alderney on the map? It

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is very important for Alderney. This is only the third year of the

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festival and already we are being known across historical circles and

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people just don't know Alderney exists and this is one way of them

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getting to hear about us. Thank you very much, that's Isabel Picornell,

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the organiser Alderney Literary Festival. This room will become a

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bit of a hub for British historical writers as fans and writers gather

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him for the three-day event and I will have the highlights for you on

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Monday's programme. You're watching the BBC

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in the Channel Islands. Later in the programme,

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doing something funny for money - our cameras capture the fun

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of Red Nose Day. In rugby, Jersey Reds expect one

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of their biggest ever crowds for tomorrow's Championship match

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against the leaders London Irish. About 1,000 visiting fans

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are expected to swell the overall Irish have won all of their league

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games so far this season, while Jersey are themselves

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on an eight-game winning-streak, but have a tough few

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games ahead of them. If we look at the end goal we're

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never going to get through this game and we have got a serious challenge

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over the next three weeks. London Irish back-to-back, we are going to

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have to find a balance between a championship game and eight Semi cup

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final followed by a Doncaster game and a short turnaround.

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Jersey men's football captain Luke Watson has

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Watson has been man-of-the-match in the last two

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Muratti finals, scoring the winning goal last season.

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The Jersey FA says the former captain doesn't want to be

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The news has emerged just a day before the Muratti semifinal

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Today is Red Nose Day and you've been doing a great job making

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I'll have the proof shortly but first that all important

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Good evening. A couple of things happening this weekend. The weekend

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is going to be fine and dry, so fine weather coinciding with the weekend.

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The other thing happening is the clocks go forward an hour but that's

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start with the detail. Fine and dry, windy at first and some sunshine.

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The fine weather coinciding with the weekend. The clocks go forward on

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Saturday night and it looks like we will see some fine weather on both

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days, Saturday and Sunday because of high pressure. Not quite close

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enough to us because you can see plenty of isobars so around this

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area of high pressure you have easterly winds. They will be strong

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tomorrow, gale force for a time tomorrow morning, then easing into

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Sunday. The winds start to change direction coming in from the South

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East in the early part of next week. Not a lot to trouble us overnight

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tonight. Patchy cloud floating by, drive, but the winds do increase and

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by the morning we have a fairly last three East or north-easterly wind,

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seven Celsius so not overly warm, you will need to wrap up warmly. The

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wind and those low-temperature is making it feel cold. Some strong

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winds at time through the day where top temperature of 11 Celsius.

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There's our times of high water. For our servers, the waves for most of

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our surfing beaches are going to be small. East facing races will have

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choppy conditions with those onshore winds. The coastal waters forecast,

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East or north-easterly. I would be surprised if it doesn't get to gale

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force eight for a short while tomorrow. Decreasing to four or five

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late in the day. There were generally good visibility. A's the

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outlook as we head into next week. Sunday's a similar day, not as windy

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so you should get some sunshine. A bit more cloud. Fine day on Monday

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and probably feeling a lot warmer on Monday because of the lighter winds

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and then changes on Tuesday as more cloud comes in from the West. Have a

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nice weekend. Cakes sales, gunging and dancing -

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we've seen the lot today as people across the Channel Islands have been

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out in force raising The special fundraising event

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is held every other year to support people living tough lives

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across the UK and Africa . Our cameras have been out

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and about in Guernsey and Jersey to capture the Red Nose fun -

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see if you can spot someone you know From all of us here BBC

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Channel Islands, goodnight. Hello, I'm Alana. We're from school.

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I Michael Jackson! I'm Lorraine from British Airways. I'm David and we

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have been raising money for Comic Relief and eight dance. We have

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raised ?7,000. We have raised just over ?1200 so far. Still some money

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to go. Everybody laughed at my nose! We have had a great day, we have

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made 2000 biscuits. 1000 cups sent out to lots of local businesses. Hay

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at school we have raised over ?600. Selling red noses, over 11 boxes.

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Dressing up with crazy hair. A super fundraiser for Comic Relief

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in the UK. It's Red Nose Day today put up we are in fancy dress, we

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have had talent shows, singing battles, and we have raised ?6,000

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for Comic Relief. Many charities across

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the South West benefit One of them is Pete's Dragons,

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which helps people who've lost Spotlight's Andrea

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Ormsby has the story. Life has been very tough

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for 18-year-old India Sanderson Last year, two of her

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friends killed themselves. I was just in a state

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of shock all the time. I didn't really know

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what I was doing, I was just kind of going through day to day just

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confused and I couldn't concentrate and I was just so emotional as well

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because I realised it could happen to anyone and especially

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because you do not know what is happening on the inside

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and I worried for my family, for my closer friends,

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anything could happen. Her counselling here with Alison has

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been helping but it really came into its own a few weeks ago,

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when a member of India's family also That helped so much,

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because I could have been so much worse than I was when my two friends

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committing suicide, but just knowing that Alison was here,

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and I'd already learned some of the coping strategies already,

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that it helped me a lot, and because I learned those

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strategies I could help my family. So have you been practising

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your mindfulness? Alison set up the charity after her

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brother, Pete, killed himself. Now Pete's Dragons is

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getting busier and busier. What we have found this year

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is we are picking up historical cases where because we are the first

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specific suicide bereavement support group in Devon and we have

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approximately 86 suicides a year consistently, we are picking up

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historical cases as well where people just haven't had any

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support and they have lost a loved Just knowing that there's somebody

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there who has been through the same thing and understands the bizarre,

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you know, the guilt, the pain, Last year, Comic Relief provided

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crucial funding for the charity. Please do get involved

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with Comic Relief. I can say that their funding has

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made an enormous difference to the face of this charity

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and what we are able to offer. They've really changed my life

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and the lives of so many other families and they deserve every

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penny that they get from funding To run the service this year

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alone, Pete's Dragons One of the charities to benefit

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from Comic Relief money. And later we'll see how

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teams from Spotlight, Radio Devon and Radio Cornwall got

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on as they took part It's time for the sport now

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and Andy's here with news of a top Promotion isn't enough,

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Plymouth Argyle still have their sights set on winning

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League Two. While Exeter City take on neighbours

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Yeovil Town on Saturday, Plymouth's trip to Doncaster sees

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the division's top two The hosts may have the best home

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record in the league, but it won't worry the Pilgrims,

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who happen to have However they'll need to be

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at their best and the return to form of playmaker Graham Carey in recent

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weeks couldn't have You know, I've won the title

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twice in Scotland so I'd like to try and do it

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in England as well. You know, the players

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are all focused on that as well, so we need to go to Doncaster

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and win the match to push on. Doncaster's football team may be

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at home but their rugby players will be making the long journey down

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to Penzance for their In the Premiership,

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the Exeter Chiefs will be looking to put the disappointment of last

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week's Anglo Welsh Cup final behind them when they welcome

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the Sale Sharks to Sandy Park. The Chiefs will no doubt have happy

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memories of the last time the two sides met just before Christmas

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when they ran out convincing Of course another boost

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for the Exeter faithful is the return of England winger Jack

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Nowell. It will only be our fault

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if we do let it slip now, because at the end of the day

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we don't have to chase anyone, we're up there, we just need to keep

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on picking up points where we can. So it's another good chance

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for us to show what we're While the Chiefs look well set

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for another final in May, one school from the South West has

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already booked their The Thomas Hardye School

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hammered their opponents in the last four of the National Schools Vase

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competition on Saturday and next week they head to rugby HQ in London

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to try and bring the trophy They are friends on and off

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the field and they celebrate together reaching a Twickenham

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final. Today it was back to school,

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and on Wednesday the lads will swap these gates for the gates at rugby

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headquarters as they share They will be far from a madding

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crowd but it's not about that. Staff are stopping me

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in the corridors and The kids are getting

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pats on the back. Everybody wants to come

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with us next Wednesday. We're taking one coach,

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not everyone can come. But, yeah, everybody wants

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a little part of it. It's a first for the school to send

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a team to Twickenham and following the emphatic victory

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in the semifinal confidence is high. It is a team of mates

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and everybody knows their job. Just shouting at them

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and keeping them going. I've kind of just pictured walking

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out through the tunnel, just with the massive stadium,

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it's sort of hard to focus on anything else

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really at the moment. It is an excellent carry

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by number eight John Stewart. Obviously I'm not trying to be cocky

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or anything but I think if we could play how we play day in,

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day out, we will be OK. The number eight may marshal

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the forward pack but the backs also possess some special talent

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and in fly-half Orlando Bailey Despite a sparkling performance

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in the semifinal capped off by a hat-trick of tries,

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the playmaker remains humble. Yes, it's obviously great doing it

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for my mates because we're all such a close bunch,

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and to sort of go out and do it for each other,

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it's what it's all about, really. So the big question, is running out

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on the hallowed turf enough or does We've come this far,

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we want to win now. Of course it does matter

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because it makes that memory You don't want to go

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to Twickenham and lose. Obviously it's amazing to still play

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there but to win there, If you can't wait until tomorrow

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for your sport, the Plymouth Raiders match against the Bristol Flyers

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is being shown live Tip-off at the Pavilions

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is just after 7.30. Let's hope they can bounce

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back in style after last Today is Comic Relief 2017,

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and yesterday we saw BBC presenters from radio and television going head

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to head in a Great British Bake Off style Cake Off challenge

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to raise money for charity. Their task was to make a Victoria

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sponge, and as we saw they did that with varying

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degrees of success. Tonight we see them baking

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and decorating their cakes and then trying to sell them to unsuspecting

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students and staff at The winner is the one

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who makes the most money. But as you're about to see it wasn't

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quite as straightforward as that. Ladies and gentlemen,

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you should think about getting I went to look at Martin's

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mixture, my cake's gone. BBC Radio Cornwall

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have vanished as well. We haven't thrown it

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away, don't worry! Last time I baked a cake

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was when I lived with my parents! Are you still getting

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texts from your expert? Well, it's whether I can go home

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tonight, really, isn't it? This is a moment we never

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thought we'd see. It will be an improvement

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from last time. This is one of those things that

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you think when you've seen it on the internet it's going to be

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a really good idea, and then you actually start doing it

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and you realise it's not a good idea because it's really

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intricate and really fiddly. David, is there

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something to admit here? I gave the oven a little bit

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of a shake, it looks like it might It does have quite

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an alarming crack in it. Well, there's only two

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words to say to that. It's going in the

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bottom of the cake. Firstly let me say thank you very

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much indeed to all of our presenters for throwing themselves into this

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task with such gusto. It's very clear that some

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of you spend an awful lot of time in the kitchen baking,

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some of you perhaps less so. I think the most spectacular cake

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and I think the one that's probably It looks like fantastic fun. Mel

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Osborne's cake looked fantastic. And in true Oscar style

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BBC Radio Cornwall's Mel Osborne wasn't the winner

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- it was... The whole aim of the game was to

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sell the cake and make the most money. My cake was rubbish but I

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sold it all! Julia looked lethal with a palette knife. Three palette

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knives under the cake! I couldn't possibly say is. It is very nice.

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Congratulations on your win. You shouldn't eat cake just before

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the weather. I want to see that all eaten up by

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the time I get back. It looks like we will see some

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lovely weather for the afternoon. If you have jobs queued up for the

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garden, this is the weekend to do it. You may have to wrap up more

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warmly than looking out the window suggests because we have blue sky

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but a keen wind from the east. It will be windy, especially tomorrow,

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and rather chilly at night but during the daytime it will feel

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rather pleasant out of the breeze. The cloud we have seen today is

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melting away from us so we have high pressure coming our wafer the

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weekend. It looks like we will see the cloud in the South sink slowly

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away from us. -- high pressure coming our way. We are on the edge

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of the high pressure so it squeezes the isobars are bit so it is likely

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to be windy on Saturday and Sunday, not so much on Sunday. By the early

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part of next week we start to see low pressure getting closer so only

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really for the weekend and into Monday before the low pressure

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brings more cloud. That was the cloud we saw earlier today. It looks

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like it is breaking up quite nicely now. It will continue to move

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westwards and the skies are largely clear tonight. Ordinarily we could

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see a frost because of that but there is enough of a breeze to keep

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the air moving. A few places will C temperatures close to freezing,

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particularly for Northern Devon and parts of Somerset. -- will see

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temperatures. Tomorrow we have a blustery day but a fine day. Plenty

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of sunshine, in fact almost unbroken for most of us, just a bit of patchy

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cloud floating past. Winds from the north-east or East, strong at times

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and quite dusty, especially over the high ground of Dartmoor, Exmoor and

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Bodmin Moor. We could get pretty good temperatures but the wind will

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hold those down. 14, 15 possible to stub out anywhere away from the wind

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but along the coast not so warm. -- possible just about anywhere. It

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will be a blustery day for the Isles of Scilly, fine weather but a bit

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breezy with a top temperature of 11 or 12. Onto the times of high water.

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Penzance, 2:36am and 15:01pm. For the surface, not a huge wave, the

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winds will whip up the seas are bit but most of our main surfing

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beaches, no more than two or three feet and predominantly clean. There

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is the coastal waters forecast, the winds from the east or north-east,

:26:47.:26:50.

five to six but occasionally seven through the English Channel.

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Generally fair with a bit of a haze. On Saturday night the clocks go

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forward and our so I think that means we lose an hour's sleep as we

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move into Sunday. Sunday's forecast is bright and dry, a wee bit more

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cloud coming our way on Sunday. By Monday and Tuesday the winds start

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to change direction, southerly and south-westerly winds and the threat

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of a few more showers later in the day. I will have to remind myself

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not to eat cake before I do broadcast this time.

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It was very nice, could have done with a cup of tea.

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From seven o'clock this evening we have more from Red Nose Day. Good

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night.

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