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

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Heale. Our top story tonight: Odd jobs for the elderly - a

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council plans to double its charges. As a new round of cuts starts at

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Nottinghamshire County Council, even the cost for pensioners to get

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a light bulb changed is doubling. Also tonight, in with a gang. Now

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children as young as eight will be taught to steer clear.

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Plus, why aren't more health workers having v flu vaccine?

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And will Cinderella go to the ball? We'll be looking at the months of

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Good evening and welcome to Tuesday's programme. First tonight,

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even more cuts are on the way at a council that's already shed 2,000

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jobs. Today another 500 posts were marked as being at risk of

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redundancy at Nottinghamshire County Council. The council says

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despite making massive savings, it's now got to cut a further �12

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million from its budget. That's leading to increases in charges for

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some services, including the fee pensioners have to pay to get a

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light bulb changed. Mike O'Sullivan is at County Hall and can tell us

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more. Yes, we're in the middle of a three-year cuts cycle here at

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Nottinghamshire County Council. In a moment, I'll be talking to a

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union leader about the effects on jobs and morale. But with extra

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cuts and savings now being made here, even the cost to older people

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of getting the council to change a light bulb is going up.

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The cuts planned at Nottinghamshire County Council are massive. �150

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million over three years. Now the council says it needs to make

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another �12 million of cutbacks on top of that. As well as making

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cutbacks, the council is increasing its charges for it handy person

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service. Jobs like changing a light beef -- a light bulb will go up

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from �10 to �20. Some are not happy. I asked pensioners at an Asian

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lunch club for their reaction. for that work was expensive enough.

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Now 20 is unacceptable. Totally! cannot afford that all stop people

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have got their gas bills up, their electricity up. The man in charge

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of the finances defended the doubling of the fee for the handy

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person service. I am sure that in this day and age, you can get

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somebody else to change the light bulb for you in the community and

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do not have to call up a special service. So overall, it is very

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good value going forward. The new cuts are wide-ranging. They include

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�1 million cut from the connections advice service for young people.

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Saving around �520,000 will happen by switching off more street lights

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and relief -- reducing Highways staff. The handy person scheme will

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save the council �50,000 over two ideas. The savings made it could be

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wiped out by just one elderly person being injured by falling off

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a ladder, trying to change the light bulb on their own.

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council still says it will workout at savings of �250 a day.

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The council briefed staff today about which jobs were under threat.

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I'm joined now by Martin Sleath from UNISON. What sort of posts

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were marked as being potentially at risk today? We have not been given

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all the details but we know of there are jobs largely in the

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children and adults social care departments. They include jobs such

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as community care officers and adult care team managers of adults

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care services. Occupational therapists. When it hit the front

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line? Inevitably. What's staff morale like at the council? You can

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imagine that morale is very fragile in many cases. We heard in my

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report there that the cost of the handy person service, doing jobs

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like changing a light bulb for elders, is doubling. What do you

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think of that? I think it is shameful and an attack on our most

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vulnerable in society. The council says it is having to make these

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cuts and savings because of increased pressures on his budgets.

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Also things like having to pay for a lot more children in care and

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things like inflation. Thank you.

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Still to come on the programme, finding the Olympians of the future.

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Could a set of simple measurements identify which of these children

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will excel in sport? And although the mild temperatures

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will continue, we have further rain A 32-year-old woman from Leicester

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has appeared in court charged with the murder of her seven-month-old

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baby girl. Carly Jakes from Netherhall Road appeared before

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Leicester magistrates this afternoon, as Victoria Hicks

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reports. For seven-month-old baby, called

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Sky, was taken to hospital, as officers were called to Netherhall

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Road on Sunday. A postmortem has taken place or stop the police say

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further tests are being carried out to establish further how she died.

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Her 32-year-old mother, charged with her murder, has appeared at

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magistrates this afternoon. Carly Jaques appeared in the dock with

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her neck and wrists bandaged. Crying into a tissue, she spoke

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only to confirm her name, address and date of birth. She was remanded

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in custody and will appear at Leicester Crown Court in two days'

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time. The Transport Minister, Theresa

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Villiers, has pulled out of a long- planned visit to Derby. Mrs

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Villiers was due to be the keynote speaker at a rail conference on

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Thursday. Supporters of Bombardier said they planned to be there to

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protest over the Thameslink decision. Mrs Villiers is said to

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have pulled out because of commitments in her constituency.

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The police are staging a month-long knife amnesty in Derby. Rams

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striker Nathan Tyson was on hand to lend his support to Operation

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Jagger. Throughout November, anyone can hand in weapons at city police

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stations with no questions being asked. The amnesty has been

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organised by Operation Redshank, a specialist team set up to tackle

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gang crime in the city. Amnesty's do get rid of some of the knives

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but they are not the only thing we do. Sometimes we have no more,

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kitchen knives handed in. But some of the knives you can see, you

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would not want them anywhere near you or the place you live or work.

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East Midlands Today has been told that children as young as eight are

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going to be targeted as part of radical plans to tackle gang

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violence in Nottingham. The city's begun recruiting an 18-strong team

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who'll work with offenders, their families and schools. It's all part

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of a detailed plan to deal with guns, gangs and knife crime. Our

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social affairs correspondent, Jeremy Ball, reports.

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It is not hard to find Nottingham's street gangs posturing on the

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internet. There's a lot of bravado, but look at these weapons. City

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officials reckon hundreds of children as young as 12 are being

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sucked into street crime and some move on to drug dealings, mugging

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and even organise violent crime. You would never think this has been

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a hotspot for crime but you do not have to look too hard to see how

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gangs and weapons have been ruining lives. You can see tributes to

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Danielle, a teenage girl shot dead in the street. Next to here, the

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faded graffiti tag of a gang and a rival area. It is a mark of

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disrespect and it is designed to provoke. There honour rules. They

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have to get the money for the buzz. It is nothing except joining a

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gang... If giving your mate money. That is what everybody seems to be

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on. In the past, it has been dealt with as a drugs problem. Police

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targeted suspected dealers and their weapons as part of Operation

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vanguard. A new strategy is aimed to prevent teenagers from joining

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gangs are using support from families and asking schools to warn

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children as young as eight about the dangers. There is disruption as

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well, with mediation schemes, and medics could get training to deal

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with battle-tied injuries. And they want to create new job

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opportunities so people can earn money legally, to entice them out

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of drugs. Nottingham City Council hopes it can make a significant

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difference. Gun crime is nowhere near the problem is used to be but

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there is complacency. We are committed to early intervention and

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trying to get upstream of some of the issues that young people can

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cause. It is a priority. Nobody knows how many gang disputes

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involve guns and knives but many are suspected young criminals who

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do not want the police involved. But innocent victims can get caught

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in the crossfire. That is why dealing with gang violence is so

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important. The NHS is hoping to get more

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frontline workers to have the flu jab this autumn. Last winter in the

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East Midlands, only a third of those eligible had the free

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seasonal vaccine. Bosses say they're concerned about the low

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take-up. They say nurses, doctors and other key workers should have

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the jabs to protect themselves as well as patients. Our health

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correspondent, Rob Sissons, reports. They are working really hard here

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at the King's Mill hospital to get as many NHS staff are vaccinated as

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possible. But why do people not want the jab either not go for it?

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Caroline, a junior doctor, has her own ideas. Time. Making time for

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the jab on a busy shift is a barrier. Taking 10 minutes out to

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have the flu jab, it is difficult, and you might not prioritise it.

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Last winter, only a third to cut the offer of a seasonal flu jab.

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Sherwood Forest hospitals had one of the highest uptakes in the East

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Midlands, at 50%. That compares favourably with Derby and Leicester

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hospitals. One reason that they are doing better here is that the staff

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come to visit and there are frequent clinics. But I was

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surprised to hear that some nurses are frightened of needles. There is

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a myth around having a vaccine and some people think it gives you the

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flu either makes you sick. That is generally not the case. Experts

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insist there of three are good reasons to get protected. It is

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important to protect yourself from getting sick, not patients and of

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family. It is difficult to get vaccinated when you are very busy

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but the flexibility of more appointments and opportunities will

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make sure staff have that opportunity. Last winter, there was

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a last-minute rush as swine flu took hold. They are hoping to avoid

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that this time around. You're watching East Midlands Today.

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Coming up, the sport, weather and panto.

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And don't shout about it too loud, but a very rare bird has just been

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spotted here. Find out more later. It's thought that two or three

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children in every classroom struggle to learn to read and write.

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The charity Dyslexia Action says that with the right support and

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teaching, the effects of the condition can be minimised. Carol

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Hinds has been to see how one eight-year-old boy is getting extra

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help to understand words and sounds. Dyslexia Action works closely with

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people with the condition and Wade sees staff on a weekly basis at the

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Nottingham centre. Dyslexia is difficulty with reading, writing

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and spelling and it affects the memory and processing speed and

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phonological awareness. Wade particularly has difficulties with

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these processes, which is gritting sounds together to make words. That

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obviously hindered his progress with reading and spelling. No, no...

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Today we are going to be looking at the sound off A, made by these

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words. We will be doing lots of activities learning that spelling

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pattern and sound. We are playing tennis... Wade's grasp of words and

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sounds is improving. For him, learning is fun because of the way

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his progress is rewarded. Do you like coming here? Yes. What do you

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like? The chocolate! When you get 15 stars, you get a treat.

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staff say they will take as long as Wade needs to remember the words he

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has learned that this week's session. We were visited again next

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week to see what he has remembered. If he has not remembered it, we

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will keep returning to it. Anybody concerned about themselves or a

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family member should contact their local dyslexia Action Centre.

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Hundreds of people from across the country have been flocking to the

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Attenborough Nature Reserve in Nottinghamshire, to point their

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binoculars and cameras at an extremely rare bird. There have

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only been three sightings of the squacco heron in the county in 130

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years. But now it's returned, and Tom Brown went along to see it.

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It's had people from all around the country twitching with excitement.

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Over the past few days, more than 500 had gathered here on this

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bridge to catch a glimpse of this - the squacco heron. Its appearances

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in the East Midlands have been few and far between but the people here

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were convinced it was worth the wait. I got back from South Wales

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to see it and I am very impressed! Very impressive. It is like an

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exotic butterfly. It has flown a long way to get here and there are

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only three or four each year in Britain. It is a rarity. It has

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been an amazing experience for us to see this incredibly rare heron

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that has turned up at Attenborough. It is a life tick for me. I have

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not seen one in this country or anywhere else in the world. I

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arrived on Friday to see it and I cannot get enough. Although the

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bird has not been seen in Nottinghamshire before, bird

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watchers in Derbyshire have not been so lucky, until last weekend,

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when the bird flew over the area awash, crossing over the county

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border for the first time. It has flown on a number of occasions over

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the field behind us, and has obviously appeared now on the

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Derbyshire list. The bird is usually found in the slightly

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sunnier climates of the Mediterranean and Middle East, but

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with a unseasonably mild temperatures and an endless supply

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of fish, it seems content to stay here in the East Midlands. And as

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long as it is here, so will they be. Great pictures there. You like your

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birds, don't you? I do! It is now time for the sport.

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Before we start on Leicester, Forest and the rest, can I get you

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to grab a pen and some paper. At the end of the bulletin, I'll be

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giving you details of how to get tickets to join us at the BBC East

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Midlands Sports Awards later this month. Be quick, because there's

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lots going on, including Leicester City's trip to Burnley. Still no

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new manager at the King Power Stadium. Can't be long now, surely?

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I went to catch up with fans leaving for Lancashire.

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As the Leicester faithful got ready for departure, one men kept

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cropping up. Billy Davies. Billy Davies. Billy Davies. Perhaps a

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slight surprise, but his record has clearly impressed. I know he has

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been a Forest but the jockey has done with no money has been

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fantastic. -- but the job he has done. He has been motivated,

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successful where the egos. He knows the championship. Another familiar

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name was in the frame. Pearson. has something to prove down here.

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He has not said no yet, has the? Another person already mentioned.

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It's somebody from abroad coming in and tying v Ts. We will wait and

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see. Nottingham Forest are at home to

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Reading, and for their new loan- signing it's another step on the

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road, as Mark Shardlow reports. It was a New Year's Day he will

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never forget. Greg Cunningham, then with Leicester, on the floor with

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agony. His leg had been broken in a challenge. His three-month spell

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with City came to an end. It has been tough physically and mentally.

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A long road. But I was in good hands at City. I am now back

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stronger. He made a good impression at Leicester. And eye for a free-

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kick. But 10 months after his break, it is all about fitness, and on

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Saturday, he lasted 85 minutes. had to come off with cramp. They

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took me off as a precaution. Tonight, they come across a team

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who have not lost for two months. But under new management, it seems

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Forest is a happier place. The guys are fantastic and I have got on

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really well. I want to settle down quickly. I have been enjoying the

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game. Happier still if Cunningham can return to his best.

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There's live commentary tonight on both Forest and Leicester on your

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BBC local radio station, and we'll have some action on our late news

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tonight, and all the goals here tomorrow night, when we're hoping

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to have a very special guest live in the studio. As a clue, he's one

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of the top names in sport at the moment.

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Now, it may sound a little crazy, but one of our potential gold medal

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winners at London 2012 had little interest in sport as a teenager.

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She was "talent spotted". It's not quite the X Factor, but teams of

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sports coaches are going into schools looking for future

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Olympians. International canoe star Helen Barnes has been finding out

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more for us. This is no ordinary PE less than.

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From this bunch of children, talent spotters are hoping to find

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potential Olympic medalists. They reckon that tests and measurements

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can show them a potential top canoeist, he even though they may

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never have been out in a boat before. These children are doing a

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canoe slalom. The children selected will be given expert coaching over

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the next few years. Certainly a fantastic opportunity. We are

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hopeful that a number of the students, because we do have some

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talented pupils who can go on to bigger and better things, and they

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will progress and hopefully we will see them he NFU years' time at a

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higher level. -- in a few years' time. A great opportunity.

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should be able to experience what it is about. Rachel Cawthorn is a

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European champion and Britain's most experienced and successful

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Pabla. She was identified as school. It is giving people a chance to

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have a go at something they did not really know about. Before I started,

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I was not a sporty person. I used to swim about three, four times a

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week. I did not think I had it been made to train like this. Like

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others out there, I was waiting to be told. But the first stage of

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testing is over and with the final 20 selected, it is time to have

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some fun. At the end of the day, you have got to enjoy the sport to

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invest yourself in it. As the coach made their final decisions, the

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children are up for an amazing because I'm about to give you

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details about how you join us on our big night, the BBC East

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Midlands Sports Awards. It's going to be a great night with loads of

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entertainment, at Loughborough University on Thursday 17th

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November. And you get to see who we crown our East Midlands Sports

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Personality of the Year. To be there you need to do something

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rather old-fashioned. Send us a stamped, addressed envelope. It

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needs to go to this address. We'll send back two tickets per

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application and you need to apply Do join us if you can. It was a

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great night a couple of years ago. Now, for many it might still seem a

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bit too early to think about Christmas, but behind the scenes at

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the Nottingham Playhouse, staff have been preparing for the festive

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season for months. From elaborate sets to sequined costumes, the

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annual pantomime is a grand affair, and we sent Geeta Pendse to see the

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Whether it is outrageous dames or glittering sets, Christmas is not

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Christmas without a pantomime for many. But creating the magic is no

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easy feat. The team here at the Playhouse have been working on

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their production of Cinderella has since May. The teams get through

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550 litres of paint and 10 kilos of glitter. It starts in May, when the

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design unveils the look of the show and then the construction and

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painting begin. In the warehouse, they are unveiling of the horses

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that will draw that all important Courage. We are finishing the

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construction of the horses for Cinderella's carriage. We have

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Tim's original model piece. And you can see they are about 3.5, four

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metres tall. They are quite big. For many, it is the outrageous,

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shoot -- costumes that are the shows dealers. Without a doubt, it

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is the dames that have the most elaborate ones. Quite often, Helen

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will phone me and say, how big can I go on this? Sometimes you have to

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fly the dresses up into the ceiling so they are out of the way and a

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wee drop them down on top of the performers. That is incredible!

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There is something about panto that is unique. It is the only theatre

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where people come to have actually have a good time and to take part

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and get involved. The team have a few weeks left until the show opens

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but I am sure Cinderella will go to the ball. Oh, no, she would! Be oh,

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yes, she will! We were just thinking, we could be

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the stand-ins. I can be Prince charming and you can be Cinderella.

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So we are just looking for... Where are your two sisters?

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How cheeky! We have had a lovely It will turn cooler but not

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dramatically so overnight. Do send us your lovely weather pictures.

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Keep them coming in. We have got this big area of low pressure. This

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is the area that brought those freak snow storms and severe

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blizzards to the east coast of America that we have been hearing

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about in the news. It is heading our way. Before the children get

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too excited, it will not be bringing snow, but some very strong

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wind and rain, too. We have good, clear skies over much of the UK at

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the moment, however. The rain is not too far away and we will see it

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working its way towards us. Still keeping those clear spells

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overnight and a little cooler than last night, but not dramatically so.

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Mist and for to start the day tomorrow and if you do not wake up

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to that, if it will be a nice, bright, sunny start. The cloud will

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increase through the day, with temperatures not dissimilar to

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today. Through much of daylight hours tomorrow, we'll stay in dry,

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but then we see that next system working its way through. That will

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bring rain overnight, clearing through Thursday, but into the

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afternoon, we will see some short, sharp showers. A little unsettled

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on Friday and a bit of a damp affair for your Bonfire Night on

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