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This is East Midlands Today with Kylie Pentelow and me, Dominic

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Heale. Tonight - the safety fears that

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keep children cooped up at home. Unlike their grandparents, one in

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five has never played in fields of farmland. You try to tell their

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children about the freedom you have done everything. It's hard for them

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to understand because they've not known it.

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Also tonight, a man filmed walking in the early hours, close to where

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a young mother was murdered. It is a significant and I urge the public,

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if they know who this person is, please give us a ring and help us

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with the inquiry. Past Derby County is hoping for a

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good result, saving jobs at Bombardier.

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And taking some knocks, scaling new heights and having a ball at a

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Welcome to the programme. First tonight: how free are your children

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or grandchildren? New research has revealed that many children are

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denied the freedom to play outside because of their parents' fears

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over safety. A charity, the National Children's

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Bureau, found that one in five children has never played in fields

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and on farmland, far fewer than their parents and grandparents.

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Our reporter James Roberson has been to meet three generations of

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the same family in Derby to find out more.

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Outside their grandad so house, the younger grand children play on

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their bikes. This is what this youngest generation is used to,

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only being allowed to play on their own within sight of the family's

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houses which are close by. It is a huge change since 65 year-old Dave

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was a lad growing up. In the early 50s, he would happily Rome on his

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bike, up to 10 miles from his home. By the 70s and 80s, when his sons

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were growing up, they were only allowed to go to a nearby park on

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their own. Now their children, aged 14 down to seven, have grown up

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with only the street outside being considered safe. It was a different

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world. He tried to tell the children about the freedom you had

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and everything. They've not know it themselves. It was a lovely world

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then. Do you worry about being saved? Yeah, a little bit. The

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people around here, fell in gangs and carry weapons around with them.

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The family now escort their children to the park, to events

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like this Sunday, designed to help children enjoy the outdoors with

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their children. We were not allowed to go too far. Our parents always

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knew we were at the park. It was so. It is not as safe now to let our

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kids out. We have to bring our children and here and Mollet am am

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off whilst they are playing. Children like to be outside, they

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like to be well to activities with or without parents. Sometimes it is

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nice for them to experiment without parents. Anything that gets them

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out and about, doing things, using their minds to do things his

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reimport and in a child's development. Play is essential.

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Playing under the watchful eye of a parent is the reality for many

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children these days. But not for thousands of Scouts and

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Guides gathered for their annual jamboree in Leicestershire. And our

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reporter Jo Healey is there too. As you can see from all of those

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tense over there, here in Leicestershire, thousands and

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thousands of children are staying well away from their families and

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homes all week. They are doing loads of activities. What are you

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doing? We have got climbing, zip wire, Mountain bought Ding, sailing,

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kayaking, everything really. There has been the order water fight!

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They say kids are over-protective. Have the children here been up for

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it? Definitely. They have all loved having a go and try new things. No

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one has not wanted to get involved and statin. Everyone has been

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jumping on and having a go. important to you think it is that

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children have a go? It is so important to try new things out and

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get the opportunity to try things that you would not usually get to

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at home. That is how you came into climbing. Yes, I came in 2001 as a

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Brownie and tried it. I loved it and joined a club. Then it went

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from there. And just what do you reckon children get out of the sort

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of thing? The opportunity to try new things and make new friends,

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and have fun while they are doing it. Great. You cannot get better

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and that. Later, I will be finding out just what the children here

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Thank you, Becky. We'll be back with you later. And we like to hear

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your views. Do you think children have less freedom today? Let us

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know how you used to spend the long summer holidays. You can send us a

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message by Twitter or by email and we'll read some of them out later

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in the programme. You're watching East Midlands Today.

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Still to come: the family of a soldier killed in Afghanistan hear

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tributes to his bravery - as a Police have released CCTV pictures

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of a man they believe may have vital information about the murder

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of a woman in Nottingham. The body of Caroline Coyne was

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found between two houses in the St Ann's area of the city just over a

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week ago. Angelina Socci reports. The 28 year-old woman, a mother of

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two children, was found dead on 23rd July. Her body was discovered

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here, and she died from head injuries. Today, Nottinghamshire

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police have released these pictures of a man walking in the area in the

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early hours of that morning. Officers say he is wide, around 6

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ft tall and you can see he has a backpack and light coloured shoes.

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If someone is watching television and sees the CCTV, recognises the

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person, allowed her son to give us a call. If there is anyone out

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there that recognises the image and thinks they know who it is, awarded

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them to give us a call. There are still a lot of unanswered questions.

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A missing trainer worn by Caroline still has not been found. Officers

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are also following up information gathered in the early hours of

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Saturday morning when they stopped cars and buses near to where she

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was found a week earlier. Now they are hoping that this man may also

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have vital information that can help the murder investigation.

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Next tonight, the worker left with a fear of heights and the need for

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several operations after he fell 15 feet through a factory roof.

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As Simon Hare reports, the company involved today pleaded guilty to

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breaching health and safety rules and was fined �10,000.

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There was a big bang, like a crack, and the next thing, as on the floor.

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Michael fell 15 ft on to textiles equipment. He had been working on

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the roof. He was left needing six skin graft operations. I did not

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dare I had done that to my back. I thought I had banded. I could see

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blood down my arms and down my head. Two years on, the contractor or

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from Mansfield today admitted breaching health and safety rules.

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Derby magistrates fined the firm �10,000 and ordered it to pay more

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than �5,000 costs. The court heard there were some safety bores on the

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roof to spread the load of people walking on them but they did not

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have got rails and through flights have not been covered. We have 35

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fatalities every year from work at Hyde. With workers are a big

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proportion of that. Several thousand people have life-changing

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injuries from falling through all of industrial rooms every year.

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court heard that the company deeply regrets the accident and Mr Hawkins

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will be in line for compensation for the injuries he suffered.

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cannot go up Heights, and scared of them now. I never used to be scared

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of heights. If fire and stood still for too long, I cannot do it

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because my Back's seizes up. -- If I am stood still.

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The former leader of Derby City Council has pleaded not guilty to

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assaulting his ex-wife. Conservative councillor Harvey

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Jennings, seen here in the dark blue suit with his new partner, is

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alleged to have assaulted Jane Jennings on the 3rd of May - just

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days before this year's local elections when he retained his seat.

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The trial will take place at Nottingham Magistrates' Court.

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Police have begun an investigation after a woman's body was discovered

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in a car in a field in Derbyshire. Officers were called to the field

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off Wilne Lane in Long Eaton, after a report of a car on fire. The

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woman is thought to be in her 30s. Police say they're not treating her

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death as suspicious. The Department of Health has

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praised the way King's Mill Hospital in Sutton in Ashfield has

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cracked down on hospital acquired infections. The Sherwood Forest

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Hospitals trust says strict measures have led to King's Mill

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being free of the MRSA superbug for over a year. Staff say all patients

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are screened when they arrive. Next tonight - he was awarded one

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of the highest military honours for his part in rescuing wounded

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comrades. Today, four years after his death, part of an army training

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centre was named after Sergeant Craig Brelsford.

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Family and friends attended the ceremony at the Catterick Garrison

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in Yorkshire where the Nottinghamshire soldier trained, as

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Paul Bradshaw reports. Putting on of the medals of a

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fallen hero, Sue Brailsford prepares for a ceremony marking

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their courage of her son who was killed and Afghanistan in 2007.

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of the number of sold his but have been killed, that Craig has been

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remembered, and very proud. He was awarded the Military Cross

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posthumously after trying to save his colleagues. Today, his family

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returned to Catterick Garrison almost 12 years to the day after

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Craig started his training here to see an accommodation block named in

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his memory. He was the perfect example of what we look for in a

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senior non-commissioned officer. His biggest priority was looking

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after has sold us. He was clearly a very brave man. He performed

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extremely capably operations. new facility has cost �60 million

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and it is hoped great legacy will inspire the next generation. He is

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a good example to new recruits come through this place. All of our new

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crew recruits come to this place and this is the perfect example of

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what they should be aspiring to be in their careers. I don't know how

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to put it into words, to be honest. I am really honoured that his name

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has been put on of these blocks as a remembrance. Although he gave his

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life for thousands of miles away, there is now a permanent memorial

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to Craig closer to home. Car parking charges at hospitals in

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Leicester are set to double in price. Among the proposals to be

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discussed at a board meeting of the NHS Trust tomorrow, are plans to

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increase a one hour parking ticket from a pound, to two pounds thirty.

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-- �2.30. Staff permits could also go up. The new charges would end

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the Trust's subsidising of parking. In just one day the police in Derby

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have stopped almost a hundred people for dangerous driving or for

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having unsafe vehicles. Drivers in Chaddesden were cautioned for a

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range of offences including not wearing seat belts, using hand held

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mobile phones or for having un- roadworthy cars.

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One of the region's major tourist attractions has won a Green Flag

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Award. Rutland Water received the top gong for being well maintained,

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well managed and for having excellent facilities. Set in more

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than 4,000 acres of open countryside it's a haven for

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wildlife and attracts thousands of visitors every year.

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Elm trees are making a come back in the East Midlands after millions

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died from Dutch Elm Disease. The outbreak, particularly the big one

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in the 1970s, meant they all but disappeared from our landscape.

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But now they're on their way back and a tree planting scheme is

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starting to a make a difference in It caused the biggest disaster for

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our trees in modern history. More than 20 million were felled because

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of Dutch elm disease. Preventative measures are desperately important.

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In many areas, the elm will disappear. We very much hope that

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people will recant in the future. And planned for the future they did.

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It has been slow but 16 disease resistant elm trees are now getting

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established as Leicestershire could schools and in the National Forest.

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It was devastating and the disease are still around today. There

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appears to be a genetic experience -- was distance with this tree.

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We're also looking to propagate from other isolated trees which

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survived the disease through the 70s and 80s. This is rare timber,

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and untrue that may have designed - - died from the disease. At this

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Park, they are preparing for a would fare on 29th August and some

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of this would will be available to craftsmen. People will have a

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chance to learn all about the Somme project. They will be able to see

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some of the Elms we are milling today, made into beautiful

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furniture. It will be a chance for them to learn all about the forests,

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all about the developments and the things that people can see and do

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here. It is taking time but with care, more and more are on trees

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will flourish for everyone to enjoy. Coming up - Rams to the rescue. Why

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Derby County's backing Bombardier. It is a lovely evening here. The

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stunt -- the Sun is still shining but it is a different story in

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other parts of the region. I will have a full forecast at the end of

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a programme. Time for sport with Nat.

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First swimmer Rebecca Adlington The players warm-up shirts will

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carry the slogan, save our rail industry.

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The training T-shirts have been made, the banners printed, a packed

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pride Park on Saturday will have no doubt about the message.

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employees have stood by the club over many years and we've got an

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opportunity to do the same for them. Something like 20,000 people work

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for Rolls-Royce here. 40 years ago, another Derby company under threat.

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It looks very bleak. That's all I can say. Derby's then manager Brian

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Clough said he wanted to cheer up the workers and went out and paid a

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record transferred three to sign the Robert Todd. Derby County has

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always held on to its industrial roots and in turn, the workers of

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Derby have always come out to support their club. They are the

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best supported club in the East Midlands. That relationship will be

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tested this season. At one stage last season, Derby were forced but

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with only four league wins since the CERN of the year, the fans have

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got fed up. -- the turn of the year. With a year left on his contract,

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does Nigel Clough have something to prove? I don't look at it like that

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at all. If we start trying to look at it in a personal way, you tend

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to make decisions for the short term and not in the best interests

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of the club over the long term. player have played in the day...

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They derby lad, one of his brothers works for Bombardier. Absolutely

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brilliant to be back. Loving it. Itching to get back playing.

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players may still come up but where does it leave Derby ahead of the

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new season? The championship is so unpredictable. There are teams

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coming into it from League One, those coming down. It is almost

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impossible to predict. The bookies are even finding it difficult to

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say who will go up. You have the obvious Leicester and West Ham who

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are favourites but after that, it could be anybody. 40 years ago,

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against the odds, Derby won the League and the government saved

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Rolls-Royce. How the City would love that to happen again.

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The Rams kick-off on Saturday against Birmingham. Tonight, they

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have a friendly at home to Aston Villa.

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Leicester City are closing in on signing striker Shane long from

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Reading. Swimming and Rebecca Adlington says

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she can get even better in the run- up to 2012, despite becoming world

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champion over 800 metres at the weekend. Becky arrived back in the

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UK last night. And today she's been out promoting a swimming campaign

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in London. Earlier she told me what spurred her on to her latest gold

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medal. It was the last 50, I pushed off and said holiday, holiday,

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holiday, just keep going. I put my head down and thought it is all

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over after this. It doesn't matter about the pain, work as hard as you

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can. Just try and finish. Did you expect to do so well at the

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world's? No, I definitely different -- didn't. At the last World, I

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came away with two bronze medals. It was an exciting time it but to

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come away this time with a gold and silver is absolutely amazing. And

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so glad I've improved as well. I never thought it was going to

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happen. I wasn't even thinking about medals or play how much does

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it mean to you guessing that gold and silver in the world? In terms

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of the Olympics coming up, with it being just a year away. It is

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extremely exciting and the whole of the UK is looking forward to it.

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Especially as... It was so nice to see my colleague qualifying for the

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Olympics. It got us all extra motivated and have made us more

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excited. It is not that far away now. There seemed to be a

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sensational spirit among the team. What was that like? The support and

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the team are absolutely amazing at the minute. The atmosphere is so

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good and everyone is so positive. It is such a great thing to be part

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of. I wouldn't be able to do it without the team's support. If

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somebody has a bad swim, they pick them back up for the next race. It

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is so nice that we have that. We have and always have that in the

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past and that is why we are doing so well. Becky, does all the

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support back home still means something to you? It didn't get a

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chance to see any of the coverage or read any of the papers.

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Everybody was sending their best and it was so nice. That support

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means everything to all of us. Great to see you. Have a nice break

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Cricket and at Leicester, a superb spell of bowling has set up a close

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finish in the game against Kent. That is all your sport on the day

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when the big names of Derby County show his solidarity with a train

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makers that Bombardier. Now it is time for us to head back

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to the sunshine. You will remember earlier in the programme, we had a

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Hello. There are thousands of children here. This is just a few

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of them and they are doing hundreds of activities all week, not just

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here, but also out and about. Watersports in Leicestershire,

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climbing, caving in Derbyshire, here is just a taste of some of the

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Thousands of kids, hundreds of activities. They are busy all day

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long and loving it! It was really great. If it was a bit scary at

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first. It is scary. You don't see anything. Jamie, what have you been

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up to this week? Running and jumping and everything. Bouncing up

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and down and running around and everything really. Do you like

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Are you enjoying the climbing? Loving it. It's really fun. I love

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coming down and I love dangling. were trying to get the balls from

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the top of the net to the bottom and we were getting really squashed

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really. It was very complicated but These are largely scouts and guides

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from the East Midlands but also there is very much a national and

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international flavour. Here right now, we have people from Ireland,

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Germany and cannier! Are you all enjoying yourselves? -- Kenya. One

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slight fly in the ointment, the weather has been amazing. What is

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it going to be like from here on There is a lovely breeze which has

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suddenly picked up but it has been a different story across the region

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today. Although the western side has seen the drier weather, we have

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a warning in force at the moment for heavy rain. We did this

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afternoon start to see some pretty heavy thundery downpours. If they

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all merged together across parts of Leicestershire and Lincolnshire. It

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really has been awful whether to try and deal with. The showers are

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finally starting to clear away towards the east coast. Gradually

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throughout the evening, will start to see the weather improving again.

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It is still going to stay she made overnight. Summer temperatures to

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last night, a minimum of 16 Celsius. There his card already coming in by

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the early as of the morning and as we have a weather front coming from

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the south-west, that will bring a band of rain for Thursday. That

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will also bring a change in the the temperatures. The temperatures are

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gradually going to go down to what they should be for the time of year,

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around 20 sources. The rain will become quite heavy and persistent

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for a time through the middle part of tomorrow and then it will start

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to pull away eastwards during the evening. Friday will not be a bad

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day. That will be the better day at of the next three. The temperatures

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will be more reasonable sober again, daytime temperatures at 20 Celsius

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on Friday. Some sunshine as well. A good day in store but then we do

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have some low pressure coming in over the country for the weekend.

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What that will do is start to keep us unsettled. We will see a mixture

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of sunny spells and showers. It will be unsettled for the early

:25:34.:25:38.

part of next week. It will not deter anybody here. Everyone has

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have been -- has been having a Those storms you mentioned, there

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of all ready making themselves felt. This picture was e-mailed to West a

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short time ago, heading into Leicester.

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The showers are moving away, they will clear towards the North Sea.

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We were watching them on the radar in the office and they were

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spectacular. A lot of rain fall in a short space of time.

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It was perfectly clear to see that the Scouts and Guides have been

:26:18.:26:22.

having a fantastic time at the jamboree. Let's hope that weather

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holds for them. Earlier in the programme, we ask

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you to write in to tell us how much freedom you used to have when you

:26:28.:26:38.
:26:38.:26:45.

were a child. Terence said he never had any adverse experiences.

:26:45.:26:50.

Of DEC clones says, children have less freedom. He said when my dad

:26:50.:26:55.

was young, he was always out and about. Another viewer said he used

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to play football, tennis, kick the can and marbles.

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Down the said, he used to play out with his friends every night. --

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Daniel said. Another viewer says, back in the 60s, he was out all day

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playing or riding his bike in the countryside.

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A jammer says my parents preferred this to be outside. -- Gen a.

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Stewart says, we were outside all the summer holidays and only in for

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