07/04/2017 Channel Islands News


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skies across the islands tonight. The good news is it set to continue

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through the weekend and even turn a little bit warmer. Stay tuned for

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the details. All 25 members of Jersey's St Helier

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lifeboat crew have resigned in a dispute with the RNLI over

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the sacking of the coxswain. Andy Hibbs, who's volunteered

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with the charity for more than two decades, says there's

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a culture of bullying. The BBC has been contacted

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by another RNLI station that claims its volunteers

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were also bullied. They're the emergency

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services of the sea - volunteers with the RNLI regularly

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risk their lives in all kinds But if there's an emergency today,

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this lifeboat won't be going out Yesterday coxswain Andy Hibbs

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was sacked, and his crew has He says he's being punished for

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standing up for himself and them. There's all sorts of issues

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obviously that I can't go into because we've got

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five days to appeal. But an allegation was made

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against me, it was investigated, I was found not guilty

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and on the back of that investigation, quite clearly shows

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that the person who made So there's serious implications all

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the way through, but the thing is, at the end of the day,

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myself and my crew have been put under immense pressure,

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and bullied by a senior member of the RNLI through

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no fault of our own. Commenting on the allegations

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of bullying, the RNLI said... But having no St Helier

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lifeboat crew during the hot, sunny Easter holidays poses

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a health and safety concern, although lifeboats from

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Guernsey and Alderney will be Jersey's harbour master says he's

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confident they'll be able to respond There's a range

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of options we've got. We just have to respond

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appropriately, depending But I can reassure everybody that

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as long as they're well prepared and properly equipped,

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there's no reason at all why they shouldn't go out

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to sea this weekend. A protest is planned on Sunday

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to support Andy Hibbs and his crew. He has five days from Monday

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to appeal against his sacking. In the meantime, this

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station will remain empty. "Significant failings" contributed

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to the death of an elderly woman after she fell at the

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Princess Elizabeth Hospital. That's according to her family

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who spoke at her inquest. There was also a second inquest held

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this week after another patient died The first inquest was related to an

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88-year-old admitted here in May with a fractured hip. She died after

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a fall in July. An investigation couldn't establish a cause,

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something her family have described as disappointing and disingenuous. A

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verdict of accidental death was recorded by the coroner. But her

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family feel that her confused mental state, which only developed after

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being admitted here, was an indirect cause of her death. There are now

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calling on health and social care to take steps to ensure the serious

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deficiencies in care are addressed. The second inquest recorded a case

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of accidental death for another 88 202 died following a fall in July. I

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spoke to his widow today he was understandably too upset to speak on

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camera. The inquest has heard how he hadn't been properly assessed. If he

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had, then he would never have been left unattended. The committee for

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health and social care says a new system of monitoring falls were set

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up last year. Early indications are positive, they have seen a reduction

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in the number. They also say that no external investigations were

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required and no members of staff are subject to regulatory

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investigations. More than 40 people are now

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working on a murder investigation, following the death

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of a woman in Jersey. Ana Maria Rebelo's body

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was discovered at a Tributes are describing her

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as a "bubbly" person Three days on, it's hard to believe

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this is the house where 51-year-old Ana Rebelo was found

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strangled to death. This sole bunch of daffodils

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on the doorstep isn't A different scene on Tuesday,

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when police were called to the Victoria Street property,

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and later arrested a 58-year-old man, who's since been

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released on bail. Today, officers say they're working

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with Ana's extended family Ana was a member of the congregation

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here at St Thomas's Church, where people are shocked

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at her death. We were all bruised by a thing like

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this, especially the Portuguese community. It is in our

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neighbourhood here. This is the third such tragedy we have had in

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this district in recent years. We are still shaking with that. She

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always said hello, she was a smiley person. Very bubbly and energetic. A

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view shared by others who met her. Pipa told us Ana was a family

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friend, who always had time Rory, who works at a phone shop

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where Ana was a customer, Claudia says, the last time

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they met, Ana talked about how happy Investigators are continuing

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forensic work in the area today, looking at CCTV footage,

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social media and phone records, focusing on Ana's last known

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movements, to find out what was behind the brutal act

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that ended a woman's life. Sark residents calling for changes

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to the island's election and voting system met with the MP in charge

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of the Channel Islands' link On his first official visit

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to the bailiwick, Sir Oliver Heald, who is the UK's Minister of State

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for Courts and Justice, visited Sark The group Sark First say

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a solution needs to be found to the political disenfranchisement

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felt following uncontested Sir Oliver believes

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there is democracy. They are moving rapidly in terms of

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reform of their governance. I think it is obviously a good thing that

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they now have a democracy and that they've made those steps forward.

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Clearly it is for Sark to decide how to refine that. I would have said

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that they have made some strides. This year we won't be

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seeing or hearing this. The Royal air force

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aerobatic team, more commonly known as the Red Arrows, will not

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be in any of the Channel Islands' A clash in their event calender

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mean spectators will not view their iconic colourful

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performance which has been part of the event

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for over half a century. They are the highlight

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of the annual air display, roaring overhead to the enjoyment

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of thousands of spectators. But this September, the Red Arrows

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will not fly over the Channel Islands for the first

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time in over 50 years - apart from the events that have been

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disrupted by weather. I know from experience that

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everybody stays until the end of the display to see the Red Arrows. I

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hope that our replacement, whatever it may be, and I'm still working on

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that, will be equally exciting and therefore people will stay until the

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end as well. We will have a brilliant air display anyway, but it

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is just a disappointment because of the long association with the Red

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Arrows in Jersey. The team has announced its going

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on a tour to Pakistan a week before the display on the 14th September

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and won't be available. Visit Jersey are remaining

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optimistic that their absence People come for lots of different

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reasons. We have great events, the boat show, Battle of flowers, lots

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of things. We have a fantastic exhibition in our museum at the

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moment, Bergerac's Island. There are lots of people that come because

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this is a stunning island with walking heritage, history, cycling.

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We have so much to offer. At this time, the air display

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is still going ahead. But without the Red Arrows,

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many locals and visitors may be disappointed by the absence

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of the air display finale I think they will be missed this

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year. Clear skies in the islands today,

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perfect for the air display. Dan, my producer Emma wants to know

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is it bikni weather this weekend? Hello, Charlie. I would be turning

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my bikini out, but Emma might be in luck because we could see

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temperatures of maybe 21 Celsius for Jersey this weekend. Lovely blue

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skies across the islands this weekend. Thank you for all of your

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Weather Watcher pictures. This one taken in Sark first thing this

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morning. Over the weekend disdain fine and sunny, feeling warmer than

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it has even today for tomorrow and Sunday. -- over the weekend it is

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staying fine and sunny. The high pressure is keeping things settled

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through the week. It slips away slightly during the course of the

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weekend towards the east by Sunday. We see this weather front pushing

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down. It stays fine for Sunday, but by Monday that front is on and

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likely to turn it cooler and cloudier. I don't think we will see

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much rain on that front, generally staying dry into the next few days.

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This has been the picture from the satellite radar. No rain around or

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cloud either, particularly for the islands and the whole south of the

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UK. Overnight tonight it stays basically with patchy cloud. A clear

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night. Temperatures tonight, they made it into single figures as we

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see clear skies, mist and fog patches forming towards dawn.

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Fairweather first thing. Fine and bright with good sunny spells right

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through the day. Temperatures reaching maybe 21 Celsius in a

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Jersey. He your times of high water. Not a great deal of surf, the best

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you could hope for is 2-3 feet clean waves. A richer coastal waters

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forecast. The outlook is looking fine for the weekend, turning cooler

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and cloudier as we head into the start of next week. Have a good

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weekend, Charlie. Thanks, Dan. It looks good. They warn people of

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Grouville, I will have my legs out! You're up to date with the news

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from the Channel Islands. Now for the rest of the news

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in the South West. Football, rugby, horse racing and

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swimming in the sport. And join me later on in the programme when I'm

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here at Swamp Circus, trying my hand at circus skills. I'm not doing

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that! And join me and Majic as we try

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and raise funds to save his sight. It's time for the sport now

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and Andy's here ahead It's Grand National weekend

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and this year could be a special Lizzie Kelly has already

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done her bit, flying the flag with her win yesterday,

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and on Saturday, it may well The trainer who's based

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on the Devon-Somerset border has four horses in the race and one

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of them, Vieux Lion Rouge, or old red lion, is one

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of the favourites. No one knows Vieux Lion Rouge

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better than Julie Bellamy. She rides him every day

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at the yard near Wellington. He won both his races this season,

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including one at Aintree, enhancing his credentials

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for tomorrow's Grand National. It would mean so much to me

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and everybody, you know. It's such a big race

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and, you know, I've had runners so it would be a dream

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come true, really. Jockey Tom Scudamore

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will be on board tomorrow. He's never finished

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better than eighth in the National, but he is from

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a famous racing family. His grandfather Michael rode

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the winner, Oxo, back in 1959. The horse that put

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beef into his backers. I think probably between

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dad, myself and my brother, you know, we've probably had 40 goes

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between us, and we've only got one on the board so far, so, look,

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it would be wonderful to do. You know, he's a young

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horse that has improved a lot Trainer David Pipe is looking

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for his second Grand National win after taking

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the prize nine years ago. It's Comply Or Die

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who takes the Grand National. Definitely helps me personally going

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into it a little bit more relaxed. You know, my father won

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it with Miinnehoma. I was very lucky to win it

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in my second season as a trainer with Comply Or Die so it's

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what every owner, trainer, jockey The team will leave

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for Aintree at five o'clock But on Sunday, the village

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hopes to be celebrating We're counting down the games now,

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just six left in League Two and Plymouth Argyle could celebrate

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promotion on Easter Monday, That's, of course, if they can

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win their next three games. First up for them is Crawley

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while Exeter City look to keep their own promotion hopes

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on track against Newport The other matches see Yeovil take

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on Portsmouth and Torquay travel As always, your local BBC radio

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station will have all the action. There may be six football matches

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left but only four games Second-placed Exeter

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want to nail down that home Tomorrow, a win should be

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straightforward enough against Bristol who

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are propping up the table. The Chiefs ran in five tries

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when the sides met earlier in the season and on Saturday

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the visitors return to Sandy Park for the first time since losing

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the Championship play-off in 2010. That's maybe a wee bit

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down the line now. Both clubs are in two completely

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different positions and, you know, obviously, Bristol

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are going to be fighting They're won't be coming down

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here and there are going We've got to scrap every

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point as well because we want to try and finish as high up

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the table as possible to give us Elsewhere, you feel it's a must win

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game for the Cornish Pirates up at Doncaster if they want to keep

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their hopes of reaching Closer to home and Plymouth Albion

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are at the Brickfields Now it's all change

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at Plymouth Leander and on Sunday the swimmers will get the chance

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to impress their new head coach when they compete

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in the League Cup Final in Cardiff. It's the first time Robin Armayan

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has led the team on the big stage since taking over the top job

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from Jon Rudd earlier this year. All good things must come to an end

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and in November, after 27 years coaching swimming in

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Plymouth, John Rudd announced he was leaving

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the city. The highlight of his tenure

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has to be the partnership with Ruta Meilutyte,

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which saw the Lithuanian The club are sticking

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with what they know by installing Rudd's former assistant

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as the new head coach. It may sound like a bit

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of a funny question, but are you quite pleased

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that John has gone? No, I think, you know,

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having John around was great. But at the same time,

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you know, I would be lying if I didn't say it was a great

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opportunity for me. His turn and his way

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of doing things. These things don't happen

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overnight, you know. To actually have a positive

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impact, a long-term impact on this club,

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it will take me a few years. And having the backing of his star

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performers can only help. Like, it's been a great transition,

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I think, between having John leave and have Robin

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step into his position. Being in an environment

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that is produced and Olympic gold medallist sort of

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brings out the best out of everyone If the programme can produce

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that, then other people can produce that

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within the programme. With a number of swimmers heading

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to the British championships in a fortnight, Robin

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will still have a better idea of how likely any future Olympic

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medals might be. That's all the sport and it's now

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time to join Justin and Victoria who've made their way outside

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to enjoy the sunshine. Thank you very much. Yes, the

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sunshine, very still, lovely evening.

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It's freezing! We've come outside with a very

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special reason. That noise you just heard is Majic the eagle owl, and we

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will find out more about Majic in a moment because he has a bit of an

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eyesight problem. However, there is lots of stuff

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going on around the region in the run-up to Easter. We would send BBC

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radio Cornwall's David White to be circus to burn a few extra skills.

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David. Yes. Now, honestly, you didn't think this was going to be me

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up here, did you? Thank you, Rachel. That is Rachel who was part of Swamp

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Circus down here. Lots of circus skills going on. I can roll a hip,

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look at that. There is magic going on here. There is the nap on this

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thankfully not so high wire. How are you doing? You stay on there! We've

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got some little BB trampolines here and this is all happening under the

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artistic direction of Brett Jackson who is here from Swamp Circus. What

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is going on? Welcome indeed do swap circus. Easter in the cultural

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centre here in Cornwall, busy partnership between the circus and

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the environmental Centre and the circus runs circus will throughout

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Cornwall so we have seven different clubs that happen every week

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throughout Cornwall. We have a circus school where people can get a

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GCSE equivalent in circus skills which is pretty amazing. And lots of

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stuff going on this weekend? Lots of workshop for the book and words. It

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took me forever to do that! We have trapeze, real juggling, some

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tumbling going on some tumblers. Trampolines. And we teach balancing

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and the big thing at the moment is physical literacy, so we have a new

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Morrissey and literacy and what we are teaching is young people today

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needing to learn about physical literacy. That is sort of PE, I

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suppose, in all times. That is how to use your body because everyone's

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on a screen a lot of the time, so we need to train them up. Chuck if you

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balls around. Yes, it's really good. Brett Jackson, the director here at

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Swamp Circus. There is lots of stuff happening here and around the region

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as well. There are events to tell you about in Cornwall. First of all,

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the arts and craft Spring fair. The Easter fair at the Saint Austell is

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happening at the Merlin MS Centre tomorrow. Then in Devon, the April

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dogs there is happening at all can beach. This features races and an

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agility fair. Then on Saturday, is sponsored abseil at the Torbay

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Hospital maternity unit in aid of the breast care unit. 1pm on

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Saturday, please tell me somebody is going to be dressed as Spiderman!

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That would be absently wonderful. That's about it from here at the

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Swamp Circus. I am off to grab a leotard and I would have a go at

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this, maybe. Magic going on there in Cornwall, Majic going on here in the

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garden. With us is his handler, mind for the night, Julie. Tel is a bit

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about Majic. Majic is a Western Siberian eagle owl. He is just

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coming up two years old. Sadly, he has congenital cataracts, so he is

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losing sight. How common is that in birds are owls? Very rare, actually.

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You do not see it often at also we are very lucky that he has them.

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Particularly given how young he is, so it really is a shame. What is

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going to happen now? You are trying to raise money for an operation for

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him. We are. We are trying to raise funds to give him a sight saving

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operation. Cataracts can be removed, but obviously it is very specialised

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with him being a bird of prey and anaesthetic is very challenging and

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NEI operation on an animal is quite specialised to, so we are trying to

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raise funds to give him the sight saving operation. Tell us about him,

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he is a magnificent bird. What does he eat? In the wild he would eat

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anything up to the size of a fox or a roadie. He's very capable and

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would be a very capable hunter. With us, he has anything from the old

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chips to mice, rats, quail, rabbit. He has a very tired. Elsewhere he

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has his eye on you, by the look of it. What is his day to day routine

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then? Use part of our collection at the Bird of prey Centre. We use of

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flying displays, horses and experience with him. He is a very

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friendly bird. He loves me be centre of attention. Given how beautiful he

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is, he is quite a draw. People love to see him in the air. Given that

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his eyesight is failing, it is just a lot more challenging for him and

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he could live to well over 40,. So it will be worth it if you get the

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money? Very much so. He is only to Mac now, so he has plenty of time.

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We wish you and him well. Thank you very much for bringing him in.

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Absolutely stunning, isn't he? Very beautiful. Thank you for having us.

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As we said, it is a beautiful evening here so Dan is on the roof

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with the weather forecast. Good thing I put on the factor 30.

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You need it with a built-in solar panel like me! Let's take a look at

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what has been happening today. Blue skies in Plymouth, a bit hazy but

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blue sky right across the South West today. If we take a look at some

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pictures from earlier today, I think we can start off in Staverton on the

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South Devon where way. One of my other passions, steam trains, blue

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skies here and I think it will be quite warm on the footplate over the

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weekend. Off Cornwall next. He also blue skies through the day. Still

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needing a wet suit, I think, if you plan to go into the sea. The sea

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temperature only around 10 Celsius. Finally on our trip, let's head down

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to Torquay, children here taking advantage of the centre over the

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Easter break. So, also looking at some of your pictures if we animate

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back, I think we can see some of your weather watcher pictures.

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Starting in the east of our region, this is Dorchester in Dorset. Blue

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skies here. Popping to the west to Newquay, hardly a cloud in the sky

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here as well over the Channel Islands to, it is a blue skies,

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hardly any clout here. For the weekend, looking very similar. Fine

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and dry. For the sunshine, and it will feel warmer. A few degrees

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warmer than it has over the past couple of days to as we have warm

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air drying up from the south. On the satellite, you can see hardly a

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cloud and the clout that we can see in an arc shape over the top of the

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UK is around an area of high pressure. That is still with us into

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the weekend. Slowly ebbing away to the east during the course of the

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weekend, but I think it should hold things stable into Sunday. Another

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fine day. We start to see a cold front pushing in from the north and

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that is with us on Monday, turning things rather cloudy and cooler

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again. Temperatures near to where they should be for this time of

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year. One or two showers, but for most it should stay dry. Here is

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what is going on through the weekend. Warm air coming up from the

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south, keeping things much drier and settled. And as we look at the

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satellite picture, hardly any clout in the sky as we go into this

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evening, so overnight, it will turn rather chilly. Fairly light winds

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too. We will see missed and fog forming tonight, particularly

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further east and our temperatures falling to those of perhaps two or

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three Celsius in rural parts saw the chance of Apache ground frost here.

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Another chilly start of the day tomorrow. Miss and fog around but it

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should burn away fairly quickly and then a fine break today. Sunshine

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around and feeling a bit warmer than it has during today. I think we can

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see temperatures hitting 18 or maybe 19 Celsius in some sunnier spots

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away from the breeze. The Isles of Scilly also seeing a fine day.

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Bright and try with sunny spells. It is cooler here due to the sea

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breezes. High now coming in during the night and then again tomorrow

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afternoon between 4pm and six o'clock. Not a great deal in terms

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of service rendered. Perhaps two or three feet if are lucky and clean

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waves. Coastal waters, occasionally forced five. Fine, good visibility.

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The chance it may turn a bit poorer in any fog patches and injury, the

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going is good. Dry and bright. The outlook, as I say, fine weather into

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Sunday but turning cloudier and collate from Monday onwards. Back to

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you on the ground. A wonderful weekend on score. Have a

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lovely weekend, good night.

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