31/03/2017 Channel Islands News


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Welcome to BBC Channel Islands on Friday, March 31st.

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No day trips from Guernsey to Jersey this summer -

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now there are calls for a dedicated inter island service.

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If you are going to pay that kind of money you want the full days. It is

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not enough time to do what you would want to do.

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We go behind the doors of Jersey's old police station.

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We're taking you back to the 80's with some of Bergerac's memories.

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And I think April will start true to form, April showers for the weekend

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ahead and feeling just a little bit cooler with dryness on Sunday.

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there won't be any opportunities for people in Guernsey

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to travel by ferry and spend the whole day on Jersey.

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Condor's timetables only allow Guernsey customers to travel

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to their sister island for the afternoon.

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The States say they want other providers to come

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forward and offer to run a dedicated inter-island service.

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To appreciate the beauty of the Channel Islands,

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It's advice many of us have given - like Condor ferries who offer day

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trips with a difference on their website.

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But this summer for Guernsey locals and tourists alike -

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it might not be so easy to experience other islands -

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As you can't spend more than an afternoon on Jersey.

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The committee of economic development did not

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It is debatable what a day trip compromises of.

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Condor would argue that going out on the Liberation,

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spending three to four hours on our sister island and returning

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Condor would argue that going out on the Liberation,

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spending three to four hours on our sister island and returning

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Personally I do not feel that's a day trip.

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From the beginning of June to the end of August,

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there are just 12 days when you can spend over

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five hours on Jersey - with the longest amount of time

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On those days all crossings leave after midday.

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And for a family of four taking their car over -

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it'll still set you back almost ?200.

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If you are going to pay that kind of money you want the full day,

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everything included and you're not getting that you're not getting your

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money 's worth. It is not enough time to do what you would want to

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do, personally I would go and make it. It needs a more user-friendly

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timetable. You can get more time in Jersey. People would go for leisure

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purposes. But Condor say their timetable just

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isn't designed to only And a feaseability study last year

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found that a dedicated inter-island service wouldn't be financially

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viable for them as there Yet the states believe

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there is a market for a smaller passenger only ferry service

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and are urging companies who may be interested in running

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one to come forward. Jessica Banham, BBC

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Channel Islands News, Guernsey. You've been in touch

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and have plenty to say. On Facebook, Lisa said the longest

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land time she's seen on the Condor schedule is about 6 hours,

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take off check in time And Richard called to tell us

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he thinks it would boost tourism to have frequent boats

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back and forth. Finally, Charlie wrote online

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that we need a ferry operator who can give us what we need,

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not what they want. If you have a comment to make

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on that story or anything else. You can do so on facebook @BBCCINEWS

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or drop us an email [email protected] Guernsey's new Population Law

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will come into effect on Monday. The island's politicians

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passed the last of the new This included capping the number

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of Open Market properties that could be used for multi occupancy

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use at two hundred and five. All aspects of the new law

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and its effects will be subject to a review by the States,

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with a report due back Meanwhile States owned company

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Andium Homes has today purchased the Robin Hood site in Jersey

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to build affordable housing. The site at corner of Trinity Hill

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and Springfield Road has been un-developed for a number of years

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since the former Robin Hood Andium Homes will be tidying up

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the site as a priority and will Out of touch with

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the people of Jersey. That's the reaction of Deputy Sam

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Mezec to the Chief Minister's claims that the gap between the rich

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and poor is shrinking. Senator Ian Gorst said the number

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of people on low incomes in Jersey is falling -

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but a number of politicians and the States statistics departmeny

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say the opposite is true and Deputy Mezec says

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he should admit he was wrong. When a politician says something

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that turns out to be untrue, it would be a real sign

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of leadership to hold your hands up and apologise but the Chief Minister

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so far has indicated that he doesn't want to do that and I think that's

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a sign of bad leadership, really. It's been the headquarters

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for Jersey Police for over half a century -

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but now they've moved into their new station

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on Green Street, what does the future hold for the worn,

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and unfit for purpose We've been allowed in with our

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cameras and given access It's been a safe and secure

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place for over 50 years From housing evidence

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in the archive library to reading suspects their rights

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at the custody desk. But even though it still holds

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historic memorabilia from Jersey's policing past -

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it's now it's dissembled, Questions are being asked

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on what can a former secondary school showing signs of its age

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and a listed building that's been adapted for specialist police

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facilities be used for? What we do with the remainder

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of the site, particulary the cells - they are large concreate blocks

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attached to the granite building, they really arent very easy things

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to deal with so we need to a little bit more work looking

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at the feesability of the site. Which has to incorporate one

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emergency service that's not The Fire service have been

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a neighbour of the police throughout the period of the police being here,

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they'll remain so in the future so we need to have an eye

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to the fire service needs but also what we can do with the buildings -

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we have a school next door, Rouge Bouillon primary school,

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it's tight for space and its something we'll work

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with the fire chief, with the education department

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and the school to ensure that we've got a future that adds value

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to all of those functions within the walls of the police

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interview rooms could be replaced with the sounds of school children

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as the doors of Jersey's old police station are closed

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for the final time. Sport now - Last weekend

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Jersey Reds pulled off one of their greatest wins -

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beating this season's undefeated This Sunday both teams will be

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squaring up once more for semi-final tie in the British Irish Cup

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at Reading's Madejski Jersey Reds could make history

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if they reach the final. BBC Radio Jersey will have coverage

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on Sportscene this Sunday. It's a massive weekend

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for Jersey Netball with On Sunday is that crucial last

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National Premiership 2 League match, when Team Jets play

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Premier Romans in Bristol. A win for Jersey is necessary,

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if they're to be sure of avoiding Guernsey Archery will be taking

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a mix of experience to the 2017 Steve Yates and Chris Massey will be

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managing the teams which include previous medal winners and three

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making their debut. At the last Games in Jersey,

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they won a total of eight medals - two gold, three silver and three

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bronze -and are hoping to bring home their biggest ever

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medal tally this year. A network of German tunnels

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and rooms hidden below a Guernsey All this is underneath the Mirus

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Battery at La Hougette Primary. It's been closed off

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to the public for decades, but volunteers will begin to clear

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the site tomorrow. It's hoped eventually it'll

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open again for tourists, One of the things we want to do in

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getting it open again is allowing people to come in here and feel the

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atmosphere because anyone who has ever been down here, you get a sense

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of history and it is living history which unfortunately more and more we

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lose that so it is the opportunity to have living history and

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experience it. That is quite a clean-up job.

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Today was a glorious day of sunshine, will it hold out for the

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weekend? Let's find out. It looks like we're going to see

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quite a mixture of this weekend, plenty of showers around Baghdad

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tomorrow, April will show us just at the weekend. Some sunny spells, a

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little bit cooler but of the two days of the weekend Sunday is the

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better day. We have an area of low pressure which is pretty much living

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reasonably close to his overnight and, that keeps the shower activity

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going. Until the ridge of high pressure follows, that will be

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across us for the middle of the day on Sunday so Sunday is a much more

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settled then, we should see some sunshine. It will feel cooler. Rain

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overnight tonight, gradually moving away and what will replace it is a

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scattering of showers by dawn tomorrow morning, and for tomorrow

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there will be some sunshine. At the same time they will also be a few

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showers, going slowly changing directions of the day coming west

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and the north-westerly. I am hopefully get sunshine but every now

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and then the day is spoiled by a sharp shower of just 12 degrees, the

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maximum temperature. There are times of high water, incident earlier that

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is 1017 and 20 to 34, at St Peter Port it is entity for, 20 to surfers

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the reaches will be choppy, the ones turning Westerly the north-westerly.

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The coastal waters forecast the winds Westerly giving

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north-westerly, four but occasionally five isolated showers,

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mainly good visibility. So the forecast for the rest of the weekend

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and into next week looks promising. It also looks warmer. On Sunday

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after a court might first thing on Sunday morning averages into single

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figures. We should get some sunshine on Sunday and Monday is the same.

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Monday night is a very weak weather front but it won't produce very

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much, just the risk of a few showers and Mondays temperatures will be

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higher with southerly winds of 14 or 15 degrees. Rate into Tuesday of

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next week. Have a nice weekend. Finally, what

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do you think of when you hear this? It was the decade of big hair,

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shoulder pads and big personalities. 'Bergerac's Island -

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Jersey in the 1980s' is a major exhibition opening this weekend

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at Jersey's museum. Julie Flanagan with a car I most

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definitely recognise. It's iconic 80's Jersey isn't it -

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perfect for this exhibition. You can't explore that decade

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here without mentioning John Nettles - what memories does

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this beautiful triumph bring back? John has been talking to us and

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everyone here who is celebrating everything they remember about the

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80s. The clouds, the bright jackets, the daycare, the music, thinking

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about the Walkmans and the videos and everything that makes the 80s

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what it was. We have a few shell suits ran the corner and some people

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in the background here who are just taking a step down memory lane.

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Trying to remember everything about that decade that they loved and

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loathed. At the moment we can see everything that was just Jersey in

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the 80s, the region, the upper house, the visual art and we look at

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every aspect of Jersey, Caesar's Palace, everything that may Jersey

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was. People here, some of them have come dressed in 80s fashion. For

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example Princess Diana 's wedding dresses down there and you can see

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this exhibition when it opens to the public tomorrow.

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Thank you, Julie. You go and find Bergerac follows and get an

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interview! We will try and talk to him and bring you that in the late

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news tonight. You are up-to-date with the latest

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news for the Channel Islands, I will be back with your headline that if

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the clock. And again at 10:30 p.m.. Tell then I leave you with

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Spotlight. Good night. the 30th anniversary

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of the Cornwall air ambulance. And if you thought the big race at

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Chilton was two weeks ago. Find out why when we hear from this intrepid

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11-year-old later in the programme. -- race at Cheltenham.

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30 years ago this weekend, Cornwall's air

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ambulance took to the skies for the very first time.

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The charity has just announced plans to fundraise for a new,

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The air ambulance is called out to around 700

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David George reports from on board Heli-Med Zero One.

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The callsign has always been Heli-Med Zero One because it was the

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first air ambulance in Britain. Today, the charity which runs it has

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two aircraft. They are paid for through charity donations. They cost

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around ?5 million a year. Priceless, if you are the mum of the theory

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year old who is unconscious. -- three-year-old. We live far so to be

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able to get into the referred, it is four minutes by air ambulance. It

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makes all the difference. Today, there are 20 air Ambulance Services

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in Britain but Cornwall led the way. Cornwall's was known as the first

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air ambulance. The service started on April one, 1987, the first ever

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all out was to west Cornwall. A young lady had jumped off rocks,

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spinal injury, and from far West Cornwall, the ambulance was able to

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deliver her to City Hospital. As we landed, she said this is a

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marvellous service, how long have you been going? And my colleague

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looked at his watch and said since about eight 30 AM this morning.

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Heli-Med Zero One have carried out many missions, saving lives and

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ringing help to people in inaccessible places. A car stopped

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in the road in front of me and without any warning hit me, ran over

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me, literally. The next thing I know, I'm being airlifted. The guys

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did a ruined, good job. If it wasn't there, I wouldn't be here. They

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literally saved my life. This vehicle can bring a great deal of

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speed, critical care, get the patient to hospital rapidly, and the

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joy is being able to bring relief to someone in a stressful as duration

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and help them out. The focus is to replace this aircraft with new ones

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that are bigger, faster, and can operate at night. A marvellous

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sight. I can't believe it is 30 years of it

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was so special. To the sport now and England's

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men may have missed out on a Six Nations Grand Slam

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but the women didn't disappoint. with a 70% increase in playing

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numbers in the last three years. While the adult game

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seems to be thriving, the girls' game is still

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having a few teething problems, as Andy Birkett

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found out when he went along to joint training session

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involving three teams. Since England's women's team won the

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World Cup in 24 team, there has been a spike in the number of women and

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girls playing rugby. There is still a way to go. Plenty of teams want to

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set up but not enough players to go around. You end up with this, three

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teams training together. Numbers have grown but they still know when

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near where we need them. My daughter was in a team with another team 80

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miles apart. These three tie -- teams don't have a full side so it

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is a pop-up battle all the time and girls rugby. It is a battle be

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rescue is determined to win. Across the country, there are 300 clubs

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with women's teams. The aim is to double the players. Role models

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always help and this former player is a great example of how quickly

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you can progress. The main thing that got me into it was the

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environment that comes with it, the spirit of the game, everything at

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each shoe on and off the pitch plays a huge role in not only how you play

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as a player but also lifestyle, health and well-being. Now 18, she

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has recently moved into senior rugby and she is already a star. All this

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after just taking up the sport years ago. A special moment, not only

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wearing the shirt for the first time. Any time you get to put it on,

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it is a very proud moment. It can happen to anyone, not just myself.

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If you are still not convinced it is for you. Various position for every

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goal of every shape, size in rugby. From the men's rugby to the men's

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game and Plymouth Albion will be heading north this weekend to take

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on Macclesfield. A win there will go somewhere to cementing their place

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as runners-up. For the rest, cup rugby. Jersey are still fighting in

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the British and I are cups. Their reward is a trip to London Irish on

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Sunday and in the last four. Back to league is this for our footballers.

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Plymouth Argyle and promoted just yet but they are almost there. The

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manager is getting too carried away. We are trying to push on now and

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trying to get to win the title, if we possibly can. We are three points

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behind Doncaster. 13 points ahead of fourth position but we still have a

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lot of work to do. We have a team on Saturday that are coming and are

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brimming in confidence and we will have to be in good form. The

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play-off places are still wide open with Exeter occupying the last of

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the spots after a comeback against Yeovil. The brothers can beat

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Carlisle, the side below them, but they have to beat Mansfield, another

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side with their eye on promotion. It is exciting. Take you back to the

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end of November when we were bottom of the league, this is a pretty good

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situation and we can decide or choose to be stressed and anxious

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about this or we can enjoy it and march into it and make the most of

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it and I think we will do the latter. Best of luck to Cornwall's

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under 18 footballers who are taking part in the cup final this weekend.

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They have had to battle through four rounds to get there. They have been

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entering this condition since 1944 so you might be surprised to hear it

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is the first time they have reached the final. That all sex await in

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Barnet. -- Middlesex await in Barnet. A good omen. Staying on the

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sporty theme. And congratulations to 13-year-old

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Siam Juntakeret from Bodmin who finished his cycle

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across Australia today. He did the three thousand

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mile trip in 28 days - smashing the previous record

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of 44 days. He's now in Freemantle

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having started in Sydney He's due back in Cornwall next week

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when we hope to catch up with him. He really did smashed the record. 28

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days, compared to 44. He has done really well but he is tired now. He

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is having a sleep so hope Lee we will get to see him next week.

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An 11-year-old Devon schoolboy is just moments away from completing

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a unique challenge which has so far raised ?8,000 for charity.

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James Clarkson has spent all week running around every National Hunt

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It's about 50 miles in distance on challenging ground.

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Today, he took on the World famous Cheltenham Gold Cup course

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In racing, it is all about being one of these. And nowhere more so than

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here at Cheltenham, the home of jumping. And they are off.

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Supporters and family join James Clarkson in this special leg of his

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charity challenge. The 11-year-old tramp up the idea to raise money for

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the injured jockeys fund. More than half way around, Cheltenham hill is

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still to come. It is Cheltenham so the excitement is fuelling my legs.

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This whole challenge started on Monday at Lingfield and while James

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has done the running, his dad has been clocking up the miles driving.

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By tonight, it will be 34 courses covered. Range free was the

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highlight. -- Aintree. Once the finish line has been passed at

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Newton Abbey. It is the closing stages of the near two mile trip and

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James is hanging in there. One more push and he is over the line. It

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will be pretty cool when 60,000 people are screaming at you but yes,

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it is quite tough as well. A couple of hours later and it is his home

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track of Taunton. This morning, he got legendary -- messages from the

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legendary AP McCoy. I have enjoyed it but I haven't enjoyed getting up

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at 6:15am every morning. I will look forward to a lion. His own idea, and

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for a good cause. No doubt, he will be off to the winners enclosure.

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Great stuff. I didn't see Hamish doing any running. I was wondering

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if he went over the fences at Aintree. James has one more race to

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run at Newton Abbey this evening and we will let you know how he got on

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in our late news. He looked very confident. Let's find out what the

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going will be like? A nice evening? Not really but a bit of rain will

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not stop him. April showers, really, is what we are going to see which

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this weekend but only for Saturday because come Sunday, high pressure

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comes in, settles down and brings the Sunshine backed out. Chilly and

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I time, fine on Sunday. Sunday is the better day of the two days. At

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the moment, we have cloud close by which will give outbreaks of rain

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this evening. This speckled cloud of the West of Ireland, that is

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tomorrow's weather, a load of showers tucked in there. All this

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blue sky out here, that is Sunday's weather coming in. Not for tomorrow,

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though, it won't arrive until tomorrow night. For tomorrow, we've

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got showers. The risk of head and thunder, and then a ridge of high

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pressure coming in. Settling things down quite nicely on Sunday. A big

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chilly at night but it should be fine jewel in the daytime and high

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pressure stays reasonably close by for Monday, too. This weather front

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approaches from the West but that will be overnight feature. Here is

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the pick just from earlier today. -- picture from earlier today. Rain for

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much of the day across Cornwall. Brighter weather further east. Let's

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take you down to Newlyn where there was rather level skies tonight --

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today, and the showers have been coming and going throughout the day

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today and the breeze has picked up, it has been a southerly wind today.

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Quite strong and times. Now, outbreaks of more persistent rain

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arriving. Hopefully, some karma seems spot our fishermen arriving.

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The forecast for tonight is to take this area of rain and push it right

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across the south-west of England, it will take time as it moves through.

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All of us seeing some rain, some of it moderate. By the morning, it will

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have cleared out of the way. We are left with a scattering of showers,

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some capable of producing the order down pouring of rain. For tomorrow,

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there will be some sunshine. The bad news is every now and then, there

:26:17.:26:21.

will be a sharp downpour of rain. The most favourable location to keep

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the sunshine for much of the day will be around them coast,

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particularly the North, and here we could and with every nice day. Not

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particularly warm, brisk breeze, temperatures up to 13 or 14 degrees

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but there is a chill in the wind. As all that skies clear tomorrow night,

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it will be cold. This is the forecast for the Isles of Scilly.

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Times of high water, there they are. For our surface, the cleaner surf

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will be along the south coast. The coastal waters forecast, a few

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showers around but generally good visibility. The good news is we will

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have a lovely day on Sunday, some patchy rain on Monday night into

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Tuesday but for those on their Easter holidays next week looks all

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right. Have an iced we can. Hamish 's most annoyed because he

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did do some of the running. He says he ran at Cheltenham and at Taunton

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so I take it all back. Well done, Hamish! Have a good weekend.

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Goodbye. Giddy-up, Hamish!

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