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That's all from the BBC News at Six, so it's goodbye from me

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Good evening, I'm Charlie McArdle, welcome to BBC Channel Islands.

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Islanders show support and call for the sacked coxwain

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of St Helier's lifeboat to be reinstated.

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How one survivor is encouraging us to talk about bowel cancer.

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like bang. Your whole life has just changed. And you think, how many

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weeks have I got or how many hours have I got?

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And beating the tide to plug the holes and return one

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of Guernsey's bathing beauties back to its former glory.

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A former RNLI volunteer in Jersey says lives could be at risk

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in the waters around St Helier if the local lifeboat

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The crew walked out after the skipper was sacked

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over allegedly breaching the Code of Conduct.

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Hundreds of people joined a protest in St Helier yesterday,

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calling for the skipper of the local lifeboat crew to be reinstated.

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He was sacked last week after being accused of breaching

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the RNLI's Code of Conduct, and his crew resigned

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The organiser of yesterday's protest says having them back at the helm

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How long would it take to train up a new crew

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What they need to do is there needs to be mediation,

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and what I'd ask is that Stuart Poppum, who's

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the chairman of the RNLI UK, comes on a plane and comes

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to Jersey, meets with our Chief Minister's Department,

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who've been amazing, and resolves this situation.

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Last week, Andy Hibbs said he and his men were being punished

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for challenging a culture of bullying in the charity,

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something that the RNLI says it's investigating.

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A crew from the UK has been brought in to man the St Helier lifeboat.

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The RNLI takes any allegations of bullying very seriously and that

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will be investigated separately from this.

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I think our main appeal at the moment is to get

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the crew back in the room, have a chat with us, sit down,

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A petition calling for the skipper to be reinstated has gathered

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In the meantime, the RNLI is hoping the storm around

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Meanwhile, Jersey's Harbour Master is stepping down, though

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he says it's nothing to do with the ongoing RNLI issues.

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The Ports of Jersey says Phil Buckley has tendered his

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resignation for family reasons and is returning to the UK.

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A teenager accused of sexually assaulting two women in Jersey has

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appeared before the Magistrates' Court.

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The 16-year-old, who can't be named for legal reasons,

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is charged with sexually assaulting a woman in St Brelade on Friday,

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and indecently assaulting another woman at St Helier's Jardins de la

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He'll be appearing at the Youth Court tomorrow.

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The States of Jersey Police was represented today at the funeral

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of a policeman killed in a terror attack on Westminster.

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PC Keith Palmer's funeral was at Southwark Cathedral.

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Jersey's chief officer was in London for the service.

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Both Guernsey and Jersey Police Stations are flying their flags

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A Guernsey politician says a tax should be introduced to deter

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motorists from driving up onto the kerb.

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Deputy Peter Roffey, who's campaigning against so-called

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pavement surfing, says taxing big vehicles could encourage people

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to buy smaller cars, which are easier to drive

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Guernsey Police say a recent operation led to two drivers

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being fined and another six being cautioned.

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An independent report has concluded a runway extension in Alderney

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York Aviation says in the current climate, a longer runway to allow

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larger planes to land is likely to result in a more expensive

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and less frequent air service for islanders.

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Supporters of the plans argue it would benefit the island's economy.

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Around 60 cases of bowel cancer are diagnosed in Jersey every year,

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with eight in ten found in people aged over 60.

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It's hoped by raising awareness in the month of April,

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more people will get screened before it's too late.

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Emma Chambers has spoken to one survivor who says it's nothing to be

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embarrassed about and it can save your life.

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After three major operations within 18 months, John is taking

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It's after a trip to the toilet in 2014 when he was 59

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Even up to those last few seconds, I was having a joke and a laugh

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with my partner, thinking I was fine, and then

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they walked through the door and said, "Sit down.

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I'm very sorry to tell you you've got bowel cancer."

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Your whole life has just changed and you're thinking,

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"How many weeks have I got or how many hours have I got?"

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Around 20 people die from bowel cancer in Jersey every year.

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The General Hospital currently sees two out of three people take up

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the screening programme available to 60-year-olds.

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But they hope more will, as it can reduce the chance

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Bowel cancer doesn't develop from nothing.

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The first thing people develop are small lesions called polyps,

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and these are small growths within the bowel wall that

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Some of these polyps over a series of seven to ten years can go

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With the bowel cancer screening, we pick these polyps up,

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remove them and therefore prevent them from growing and

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Dr Duku also says diet and lifestyle changes can help,

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and islanders must see their doctor if they have any symptoms,

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He's now been given the all-clear, but is warning others.

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And especially men don't talk about it, so now I definitely talk

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about it and tell people if you've had the letter, go down and get seen

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If you suspect anything, just do it, because otherwise I don't know

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if I would be here today, that's for sure.

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They describe themselves as bonkers and are living up to their name.

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A group of volunteers is steadily transforming a neglected

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La Valette Legacy Team is revamping the bathing pools

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Work on one of the pools is nearing completion before

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they tackle the biggy - the gents' pool.

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Mike Wilkins went to see how things were progressing.

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Low tide and an opportunity to drill.

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These men are putting right what they feel has

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The quality before has been very poor and everything holding the

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whole of the concrete together has been a very small, mild steel bar

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like this. We've now used this 30 millimetres stainless steel bar to

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actually anchor into the Guernsey granite, and then on top of that, a

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60 millimetres steel bar to hold the concrete together.

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It won't be long before this horseshoe pool

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And around the corner, the gents' pool is next in line

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The plan is to repair storm-damaged walls,

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install railings and reinstate the diving boards.

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One of those behind the project says he's not willing to put up

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with public areas being allowed to fall into disrepair.

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There's a pride in the place now and there's the broken window syndrome,

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that if you don't fix the door, another will get smashed. The policy

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of managing decline is not something we are willing to tolerate.

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This project is funded by generous donations and a lot of volunteers.

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The States says whilst it would like to help,

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We have a capital project of ?250,000 to do sea defences, as well

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as the obligation to maintain the breakwaters, so this is many

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hundreds of thousands of pounds we spend the business as usual. This is

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a luxury, really, for the community and the environment destruction.

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It's something with very much like to do but we simply don't have the

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funding to do. This area of St Peter Port is coming

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alive with new restaurants and apartments, and soon the pools

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will be another reason to venture Sport, and in football,

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Guernsey FC haven't done enough They were beaten 3-2

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by mid-table Horsham A win by Chatham Town means

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the Green Lions must wait at least another week to guarantee safety

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in Ryman League Division One South. And in rugby, Guernsey Raiders lost

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27-17 away to Guildford, while Jersey Reds can no longer make

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it into the Championship play-offs. They suffered a 24-20 defeat

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against Doncaster Knights at the weekend, their first loss

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since New Year's Day. Plenty of sunshine, the smell

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of barbecues in the air and lots of lily-white legs

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making an appearance. Summer is on the way but March

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wasn't too bad either. Holly Green has the facts

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and figures, as well It was a really good March. The

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third warmest on record and the warmest since 1957. A decent weekend

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and a decent picture through today as well. Not as warm as through the

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weekend. We had 21.5 degrees on Jersey on Saturday. Today, more like

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15, but plenty of sunshine around and nothing to complain about. We

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hang onto cooler field this week. Some sunshine around at times and

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there will be a bit of rain but not too much, with a decent amount of

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dry weather. High pressure sitting just the Wester Ross. It's there at

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the moment and stays with us through tomorrow. -- the of us. A weak

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weather front moving towards us, which could bring some rain for a

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time, perhaps. Mostly dry and cloudy with a few showers but not too many

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of those. Into Good Friday, a weak weather front heads our way in the

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evening but it is a pretty weak affair. Through the night tonight,

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clear spells around with fairly light winds. A fairly dry night and

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turning rather chilly. Temperatures not looking that low but we could

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see a touch of ground frost here and there as we push into tomorrow

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morning with those clear skies. Light winds and sunshine around with

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some fairweather cloud coming and going. But it should stay dry with

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temperatures creeping into the low teens. But not comparing to the

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values we saw at the weekend. A different feel to things. These are

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the high water times. The waves are not very big for the surfers.

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Generally clean but becoming choppy if the wind picks up. Out at sea,

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the winds are north to north-easterly and back to north to

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north-westerly. Good visibility. This is how is shaping up over the

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coming days. Not looking too bad. Tomorrow, some of the best of the

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sunshine. The bulk of Wednesday looking dry. We could see a touch of

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rain towards the tail end of the day. Mostly dry on Thursday and then

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on Friday, again, the bulk of the day is dry but we could see a bit of

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rain later in the day as a weather front heads our way. For the

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all-important Easter weekend, we will hang onto this cooler field,

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with a few showers, but hopefully not too many, but a reasonable

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weekend. Before we go, a reminder of our top

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story. Lives could be at risk around St Helier if the local lifeboat crew

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isn't reinstated, according to members of the RNLI. I will be back

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later at 8pm and then 10:25pm. Still to come in tonight's

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programme, all the sport with Natalie, including Gareth Bale,

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Delli Alli and now Exeter's Ollie Watkins - the new

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young Footballer of the Year. And temperatures exceeded 20 degrees

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for some of us over the weekend. A bit of a drop in those

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values for today though, but find out how it's looking

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as we head towards the Easter weekend a bit later

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on in the programme. Mention the Freemasons and you might

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be forgiven for thinking of rituals, But in their 300th anniversary year,

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they want to dispel that myth. Well, The Grand Masters

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of Freemasonry in Torbay were keen to show us why they're a force

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for good, and as John Ayres reports, the secrecy and suspicion

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is actually more about discretion. Behind closed doors,

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this ceremony is derived from the biblical story

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of King Solomon's Temple, but the secrecy didn't begin

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until the Second World War. It came about because Masons

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were persecuted by the Nazis. These days, the Masons are much more

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open about what they do. Celebrating 300 years, today

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they unveiled their banner which will pass through their eight

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provinces in the south-west The general public are curious,

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sometimes suspicious, so the Masons are forever having

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to answer questions. It's difficult to

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explain, but it's about the principles of helping others

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and looking after people discreetly. We've got a circle of

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friends within my lodge. When we meet, the ladies then

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go out for a meal as well, so there's that side of it as well,

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so the ladies have got know each other as well and we've got some

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friendships which have gone back, you know, 20 and 25 years that

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have been in and around There are female Masons but they're

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a separate organisation. The handshake is never to be

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used outside the lodge. Today, they're announcing

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first aid kits for village halls around Devon, but

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what are these weird The whole point of this initiation

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where you roll up one trouser leg is to prove that I'm male,

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that I'm not shackled by chains, ie I'm not a slave,

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and that I come poor and penniless - But for all the pomp

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and charity work, there's one thing that people

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always feel about Masons. They're worried that many

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are senior people in public life and they might use their contacts

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in an inappropriate way. We do not like it when we hear this,

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the thought of people If they do, they will be

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severely disciplined. If we get to hear of it,

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they will be disciplined and possibly have to leave our order

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if that was the case. Freemasons, we are told, come

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from all walks of life, so long as they meet the criteria

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of being a good person. A family from Devon

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is offering a ?500 reward He's called Jeremy and he's brought

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joy and comfort to the Rayer family as the father's

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been battling cancer. Jeremy, a 14-year-old Exmoor

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cross, hasn't been seen And it's not the first

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time he's gone missing, the 14-year-old Exmoor cross

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has been seen. To not have any information or any

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sightings for two weeks is a really long period of time and we're

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worried that he has been taken and he may have been moved

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quite a considerable way and he may have been sold on as

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well, so we're asking for people all over the south-west

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to keep an eye out and let us know if they think

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they've seen Jeremy. He's been with the people4ponies

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charity since he was a foal. They lend him out to

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families and he's been He such a big part of the family

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and to have no idea where he is, what happened to him,

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we don't know if he's hurt We just don't know where

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he is and we're all just gutted. His disappearance couldn't have

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come at a worse time. Over a year ago, my husband

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was diagnosed with cancer myeloma, which is a bone marrow cancer

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and a tumour snapped a bone in his spine so he now

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uses crutches. And having Jeremy has just given me

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real comfort that I can go out and spend time with him

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and have a little bit of normality in what's been a really,

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really stressful time I don't know, I don't know how

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we're copying, really. The Rayers describe Jeremy

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as a real character, cheeky and lovable, but the charity says

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he'll be very anxious. He does have separation

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anxiety, he doesn't like We don't know if he

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could turn up at a market, he could be sold on,

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we don't know if he's being looked We just really want to

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know where Jeremy is. Jeremy disappeared from

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the Morwenstow welcome area on the He's 12 hands, brown

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with a black mane and tail. A ?500 reward has been offered

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to help bring Jeremy home. It's time for the sport now

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and Natalie's here with some is following in some

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very illustrious footsteps. He's been named as the EFL's

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Young Player of the Year - a title Gareth Bale and Delli Ali

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have held in the past. The 21-year-old forward has helped

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Exeter into the play off zone You know, like I said,

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quite a few players have won this award,

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you know, so hopefully I can

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follow in their footsteps. But even the new Young Player

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of the Year couldn't stop Exeter slipping to a surprise defeat

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at St James Park. who could be just one win

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away from promotion. This was supposed to

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be straightforward. Crawley had nothing to play

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for and Argyle had the best Crawley took the lead,

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and wasn't he happy about it? The home side stayed happy

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into the second half Ryan Taylor linked

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with Antoni Sarcevic The penalty decision

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quickly changed the mood. Graham Carey has been in top

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form of late and the Irishman put Argyle

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level from the spot. The pilgrims had only won twice

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this season after conceding the first goal and when

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James Collins was sent off with ten minutes left,

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they seized their chance. Well into stoppage

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time, Taylor was put through on goal and he

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lashed home the winner to send the 1600 travelling

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supporters into a frenzy. Another big step

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closer to League One. Back in Devon, traffic congestion

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may have delayed the start of Exeter City's match with Newport,

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but Tom Owen-Evans soon found himself in acres of space before

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unleashing an unstoppable shot Then, as City went in search

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of a reply, the congestion returned, this time,

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in Newport's penalty area. Nine players, including

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the goalkeeper, held firm They tried to go through

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and then go over, However, with many of the teams

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around them also losing, this hasn't been too damaging

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to their play-off hopes. It does mean Yeovil

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are now only seven points Francois Zoko's eighth

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goal of the season, the only highlight for

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the Glovers in their 3-1

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defeat against Portsmouth. Here's how things stand

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for our rugby teams. Exeter Chiefs have guaranteed

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themselves a place in the Premiership play off

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semifinals after another win. Sadly the Cornish Pirates and Jersey

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won't be in the Championship play-offs after they both

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lost at the weekend. Exeter are still in second

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after a nail-biting encounter in a game in which the lead

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changed hands five times. Five tries did the job and it

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finished 38-34 ensuring It was a tough old game and Bristol

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almost came away with the win. The Chiefs next game

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is against Harlequins, Their destiny is now firmly

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in their own hands with just three rounds

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of battle remaining. Plymouth Leander are celebrating

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after finishing second in the National Arena League Cup

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Final yesterday. They were ranked fourth

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going into the competition There were some fine performances

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in this team event with several individual victories,

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including Laura Stephens, Leander used the competition

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as race practice for the British Swimming Championships

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which are being held A charity rugby match is taking

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place at the end of April in St Ives It's been organised

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by Anthony Stevens - with a V - and will raise money for Parkinsons

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in memory of his father He's not too worried about how

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good a player you are, We want to arrange a side

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like we did years ago where every member of the side is a Stevens,

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spelt the right way. We need 18, 20 minimum

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because nobody's going We're all a little bit older

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in the tooth these days, so ten minutes on, ten minutes off,

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swap and chop, different positions. Somebody come on with the oranges

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and the water, oxygen! So, what we're trying

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to do is do that for a full 80 against a team called

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the Carbis Bay all-stars. Should be a dream for the

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commentators, shouldn't it! Stevens passing to Stevens passing to

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Stevens. What a great try by Stevens! Thank

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you. Time for the weather now and what a

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fantastic weekend it was. Holly is here. More good news?

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Not quite the return to temperatures we had this weekend which exceeded

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20 degrees in places but some sunshine over coming days, C can't

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complain about that in April, can you? Hello, good evening. We had

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very nice weather through the weekend. I think on Saturday, the

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best of the temperatures was along the north coast. 20 degrees in

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places. On Sunday, it's all switched around. Cooler conditions coming to

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the north coast and more clout here. The south coast, again 20 degrees or

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so but just 30 degrees there in Bude. We have had a bit of a drop in

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our temperatures. Style sunshine around, our cameraman, Tristan, took

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a trip out earlier today whether were decent spells of sunshine. Just

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some cloud bubbling up there. The Cumbrae monuments they looking

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lovely in the sunshine. You can see the cloud is quite... Very deep,

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quite squeezed flat and that's because we have high pressure in

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charge. It tends to squash and reasonably flat. It will do that at

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times as we head to this week. Many others, the sunshine extending

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across the region. It has been a decent picture and we continue with

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that whether overcoming days but we hang onto this cooler feel. Not a

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return to the kind of temperatures we saw this weekend, but some bright

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spells to be had and a little bit of rain in general not too much. That

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is thanks to the high pressure sitting just to the rest of us. At

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the time being, that is keeping weather fronts at bay. Into Tuesday,

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the best of the sunshine will come tomorrow. For Wednesday, a week

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weather front pushes towards is in the afternoon which could bring some

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rain for a time. Thursday, a couple of showers but mostly dry and

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another weather front head towards us for Good Friday and come the

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afternoon, a few spits and spots of rain but a decent amount of usable

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weather. This is the picture so far. We've had somehow whether cloud

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bubbling up but is in race conditions out there. For many of

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us, that cloud has died away now. Clear skies overhead, bree is

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becoming increasingly light which may allow mist and fog patches to

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form. Quite chilly, locally down to full single figures so there could

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be ground or grass frost here or there is we head into tomorrow

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morning. Any Mr Fogg should literally readily and it should be a

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decent day. Good spells of sunshine, a light breeze then today just a

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little bare whether cloud bubbling up again but staying dry tomorrow

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and temperatures could sneak a little and higher. Maybe 14 degrees

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tomorrow but again, a bit lower than it was over the weekend. A nice day

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to convert the Isles of Scilly, sunny spells staying dry and again,

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light winds. These are the hat times of high water. Fairly small waves

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across the surface, just one or two feet with generally clean

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conditions. This is the pick out at sea, variable winds, Mimi Norton of

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Westerly, three or four, good visibility and conditions there's a

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bad picture. This is how it looks over the coming days. Tomorrow

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bringing the best of the sunshine. Maybe a little rain on Wednesday and

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on Friday afternoon. Showers on Thursday. It looks quite cloudy

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there but there will be Britain at times. But the all-important Easter

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weekend, we hang on to be cooler feel with the north-westerly.

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Sunshine, some showers but hopefully not too many.

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I'm pleased with more clout as I got burned over the weekend! That's it

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from us but the late news will be at 10:30pm. Good night.

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