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This is East Midlands Today with Anne Davies. And me, Dominic Heale.

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Our top story tonight - could there be a hard winter ahead for the

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homeless? A homeless charity reports a sharp increase in the

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number of people sleeping rough. Divided opinions - should this

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Crematorium be able to recycle the heat it generates? Why waste it if

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you don't have to? It is a bit creepy!

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Also, fighting for education in the great outdoors, but are the centres

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becoming too costly to keep? And a Nottingham teenager who wants

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to become the World Scrabble Good evening and welcome to

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First tonight, a further sign of the impact of the economic slow-

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down. But this is one indicator that won't be found in the latest

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monthly unemployment figures or in the rate of inflation.

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Instead, it'll be more evident late at night on street corners and in

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shop entrances. That's because a charity for the homeless in the

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East Midlands says there's been a sharp increase in the number of

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people sleeping rough. Today the charity took that message

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to MPs. From Westminster, here's our Politcal Editor John Hess.

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Nobody here will be sleeping rough tonight, but they gathered for a

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parliamentary reception to warn that more people in the East

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Midlands are struggling to keep a roof over their heads.

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repercussions are that the number of people sleeping rough has gone

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up to stop this time last year it was three or four people and night,

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now it is 19. That is a trend we are seeing right across the country.

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The Nottingham-based homework charity Framework held a sleep out

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earlier this month to highlight the growing crisis. I think there is an

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awful lot of hidden homelessness, people who are staying with friends,

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sleeping on their couch or their floor for a week or two, and then

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they moved on December the else. Some of those people may end up on

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the streets because they run out of goodwill from France. According to

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the government, they are 121 people sleeping rough in the East Midlands

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last year. But Framework it said it handle 57 in Nottingham, and over

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this year, they helped 103 people sleeping rough, an increase of 81%.

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The government maintained it has introduced initiatives to help the

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housing market, especially those that are vulnerable. It says it is

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up to local councils to decide on local priorities and how that money

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should be allocated. Local authorities have seen enormous cuts

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to their budget, and they are having to make the two differed --

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difficult decisions. If they don't get the economy going, we will not

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have the money for the public services. It did -- it is getting

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worse, it is always be vulnerable who are affected worse. Framework

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based his big budget cut. Today it warned politicians of the

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consequences. John Hess joins us from Westminster

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now. Is the government aware of these growing concerns? I quite the

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how to administer Grant Shapps, he says it is shocking that rough

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sleepers continued to pour through the net of the systems on offer,

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and far from being apologetic amazes the coalition government is

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providing the best support for the homeless anywhere in the world.

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�400 million over the next four years, at this year's rate of

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spending. An additional �42 million, two Voluntary organisations, like

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Framework of Nottingham, to help deal with the problem. He says it

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is obscene that in the 21st century, governments are unable to deal with

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the problem of rough sleepers. So this is an indication that this

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particular housing minister certainly doesn't want to see a

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return to the cardboard city style of life that blighted many of our

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towns and cities in the 1980s. Thank you.

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Still to come on the programme: A top scrabble star spells it out.

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Plus, frosts are back in our weather forecast.

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Also, find out why you can rent of this huge building for just �1 a

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A crematorium wants to be allowed to turn the heat from its

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cremations into central heating. Bramcote Crematorium says its

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trying to be more environmentally- friendly in the way it uses what's

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left from the burning process. It's now asking families for their

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views. Carolyn Moses reports. It is a soothing environmental

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setting, using 18 acres of woodland, but now, the crematorium is using

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at more recycling, instead of sending its heat into the

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atmosphere, it wants to re-use the furnace heat to heat the building.

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The idea is slightly sensitive. During cremation, Mercury can be

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released from dental fillings. It is not allowed out into the

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atmosphere, so has to be treated on site. It is during this that the

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Crematorium says he'd could be converted to run pipes into central

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heating. -- heat. But what do people think here? I think it is a

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bit morbid. I don't like that idea at all. Everything is being used

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again, we are been reduced. Can't be that more of a thing, can it?

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wouldn't bother me, no, when you're dead, you are gone. Might as well

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use the heat! The crematorium is run by two local councils. In a

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Over the next three weeks, local people, religious groups and

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funeral directors will all be asked their views. But the idea is not

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totally new. Some Crematorium are already using it. To try and reduce

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global warming while increasing their own.

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The inquest into the death of a Red Arrows pilot has heard his ejector

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seat fired him into the air but his parachute didn't open. Flight

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Lieutenant Sean Cunningham was killed two weeks ago after his

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ejector seat went off on the ground at RAF Scampton near Lincoln. The

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35-year-old died from multiple injuries after hitting the ground

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still strapped into his seat. The inquest has been adjourned until a

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later date. Two burglars his friend has been

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stabbed to death have been jailed for seven years. They forced their

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way into a flat to attack the man who lived there. Nottingham Crown

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Court heard that he picked up a knife in self-defence. All three

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attackers were stabbed in the struggle, and their friend bled to

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death. The former leader of Derby's

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Conservatives has rejoined the council's Tory group, after an

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assault case against him was dismissed. Councillor Harvey

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Jennings was in court last week accused of assaulting his ex-wife,

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which he denied. The prosecution offered no evidence and both were

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bound over to keep the peace. The councillor was suspended during the

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court proceedings, but had the whip restored at a meeting last night.

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Next tonight, they've been credited with transforming the lives of tens

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of thousands of children for decades - but now they could be

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closed down. The future of three outdoor

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education centres in Leicestershire is hanging in the balance because

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of cuts. And now anyone with an opinion on their future is being

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asked what they think should be It is 1940 - we are in an air raid

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shelter, and I am with fellow evacuees here. They are actually

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from Dunton Bassett primer, bringing history alive at this

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historic hall. It has been really good so far, really good experience

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for us to put it is actually like you are in the war, using your

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ration cards. We have learnt a lot so far. It makes you think about

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how the World War Two children felt. It is not just history days. For

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half a century, tens of thousands of children have enjoyed outdoor

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Children of Leicestershire, adults, have benefited the 50 years from

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the life-changing experiences they have had to these halls. It would

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be such a shame to see them go, because if you lost the knack made

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you would never be able to replace them. How many children are using

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these facilities? 6000 of them come along here. But the centre's cost

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the county council �400,000 last year, and it needs to find savings

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of �79 million. Clearly, the way things are set up at the moment, we

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are not going to be able to continue, because the loss they are

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recovering. But we are interested to hear the wider range of fuse, so

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we can bring about a solution. Bunce it may be rationed, but they

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want people's opinions via the County Council website. The

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consultation ends are just before Christmas, a decision it is

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expected early next year. And it's not just services for the

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young that are facing cuts. At a meeting in Derby this evening,

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councillors are expected to confirm the closure of a day centre for the

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elderly. Simon Hare is there. Good evening. Derby city council

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cabinet is meeting here at the moment. On the agenda, day-care

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centres for the elderly. Within the last few minutes, it has confirmed

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the closure of the Whitaker rode day-care centre, and all the people

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who currently use it will have to transfer to the more distant street

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centre in Derby. The council says despite our ageing population, both

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at the centres have a lot of spare places. But the decision to close

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them have been controversial. The Labour group has opposed it. More

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than 400 people have signed petitions, with opponents arguing

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that the decrease in popularity of the centres has only been brought

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about by a massive increase in charges. But this will save the

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council about �290,000, and any money raised by the sale of

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Whitaker rode will be ploughed back into day-care for the elderly.

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A 19-year-old prisoner from Derbyshire has been found hanged in

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his cell. Christopher Neale from Somercotes was not thought to be on

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suicide watch. He was serving a two-year sentence at Glen Parva

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Young Offenders Institute in Leicestershire, for sexual activity

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with a girl under 13 years old. An investigation by The Independent

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Prisons and Probation Ombudsman is underway.

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One in four young people in the East Midlands has got in a car with

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someone who'd been drinking or taking drugs. Many also feared for

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their safety as a passenger. That's according to the road safety

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charity Brake. It's calling for tougher restrictions on new drivers

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to cut the number of accidents. A major expansion to West Notts

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College in Mansfield has been given the go-ahead. The �11 million

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building on the Derby Road campus will eventually be open to the

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public as a restaurant and beauty salon. It'll also help to train

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students with hands-on work experience. The development is part

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of improvements to the college Next on East Midlands today,

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imagine being healthy one day and barely able to move in agony the

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next. That is exactly what happened to Annie Glover from Leicestershire

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when she suffered complications after a prolapsed disc.

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She still does not know what caused it but is certain she wants to help

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others. Now diagnosed with a rare condition, she is running a

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nationwide support group and campaigning for research. Our

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health correspondent reports. Annie is 38 but says she feels like

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90. It takes crutches and painkillers to get around the house.

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A prolapsed disc led to numbness in her legs and pain. It is a

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condition that --... Loading the washing machine, washing up, making

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a meal, it is hard for me. I have to rely on my husband to help me.

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At her home in Loughborough, she has set up a national charity. She

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hopes to raise awareness of, not just among sufferers. We want to

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get the message through the medical profession because not everyone in

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the have medical profession knows about the condition. Your spinal

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cord finishes just above your waist. Below that is a group of nerves

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which supply muscles controlling the bladder, bowel and legs. The

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syndrome occurs when these nerves become compressed. A slipped disc,

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the most common cause. Other causes include tumours, infection or

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trauma. There is now one NHS specialist clinic in Sheffield

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which offers support for people in East Midlands with the conditions.

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The a find being in a wheelchair is not an issue. It is the problems

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with bladder and bowels that of the problem. They are much more

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significant to them. Annie has been contacted by some of the 100 people

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diagnosed each year in the UK. She suspects there are many other cases

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not recognised. Until a cure is found, she relies on more than 20

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painkillers a day. For the second part in our Heritage

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SOS series, tonight the community taking restoration into its own

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hands. The Grand Pavilion in Matlock Bath

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has been empty for three years. Since it was built in 1910, it has

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hosted top musicians, beauty contests and even a night club.

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When it came up for rent, people living nearby wanted to save it

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from developers and return it to its former glory. That is no longer

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just an aspiration. They are about to sign the lease.

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You cannot miss in -- it in Matlock Bath. It still looks rather pretty

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on the outside. Inside, it is a different story. This is from the

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old days. It almost smells like a nightclub. It is huge. It is

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enormous. We can fit 400 seats in here. It needs some work. The it is

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quite daunting. When we started with this, we didn't even have

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access to the building. If you look up, you can see the original

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ceiling. The pavilion was built in six months. Can you believe it? The

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whole building in 1910 was built in six months. We are right at the

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top? From the top to bottom, it needs complete renovation. The

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community as applying for more than �2.5 million in grants. The good

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news is, the rent is cheap. We have only got to pay �1 for the building.

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Getting the rest of the money will be a much bigger job. The council

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is leasing it so was it the easy option to let the community raise

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the money? I do not really think it is an easy option for the council.

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What we are trying to do is make sure that its frontline services

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are maintained. We are also -- the council also feels it has a duty to

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the community to try and make some of the other things that are not

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statutory services happen. If these Walls Could Talk, in the last 100

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years, bird -- they would tell tales of elaborate beauty pageants

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and even the sound of a Elton John playing here. That history is wide

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800 local people have signed up to save it. The nearest arts venue for

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us is 20 miles away. This would make a great venue on my doorstep.

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Not Rob Stewart played here in his early days. We have also had a lot

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of comedians, Ken Dodd played here. They it is the first time in my

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memory that all of the people are pulling together and reading the

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same hymn sheet. It is marvellous to see it. The deal is signed early

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next year. Then it will be up to the community to make the pavilion

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same once again. -- singer once again.

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Still to come, the teenage came of the triple letter score. -- the

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teenage King. We will be meeting Tim Butcher who

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is about to head off to the World Scrabble Championships in Malaysia.

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A after a run of mild nights, I can finally say tonight that we will

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see a widespread frost. Temperatures in rural areas go

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below freezing. More weather at the end of the programme.

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Time for sport. Why have seen some shocking sights this afternoon.

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of the unedited footage. Those pictures will not be making it into

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the peace. We will start with Derby County

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whose coaching staff are on make and by a lone striker. Along with

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manager Nigel Clough, they are at games tonight looking for firepower

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after losing three games in a road. One of their injured players found

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something to be grateful for at the training ground today.

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When they arrived at the training ground today, one request was high

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on the wish-list. A new striker before Thursday. Derby have an

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injury crisis. Another four got injured on Saturday. It was their

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third defeat in a row. Under this Santa mask, he has played just 25

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minutes since the signing in the summer. They have been helping at a

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children's hospice today which they say put things in perspective.

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I compare my worries to anyone else's who has a seriously ill

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child, my heart goes out to all of them. The Santa suits are to

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promote fun runs across Derbyshire, Leicestershire and... For a small

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registration fee, or we will give you your Santa suit and then you

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complete the 2.2 mile run or before 0.4 mile run. He first one is this

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weekend by which time Derby hope to have found someone to bring them a

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sack full of gold. There is one game happening tonight.

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A first-round replay in the FA Cup. Hinckley's part-time squad go to

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Tamworth. The first leg ended in a 2-2 draw. The winners will be away

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at Gateshead and there is live commentary on BBC Radio Leicester.

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Now something not happening. Steeplechasing has had to be

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cancelled at Leicester Racecourse because of a lack of rain. The

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course is too hard and staff say they are not licensed to irrigate

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during the winter months. They are blaming the exceptionally dry year.

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The hurdle racing will still go on. Now we will take you to the heart

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of an ice hockey practice session. Nottingham Panthers won the team of

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the year award at the BBC East Midlands Sports Awards last week.

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That was due to their astonishing turn a grant -- turnaround. They

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were so bad that they were docked wages but they turned it around.

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In the bowels of Nottingham arena, 10:30am on Tuesday, off the back of

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a defeat. The coach is going through the drills. Is it hard to

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get the guys up for it? Not this year. They are good workers. As you

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can see, they like to have a little joke. Most of us have already been

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to the gym. It can be difficult for them. They are used to 80 plus

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games a season in North America. There is nothing like playing a

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game. It is a lot easier, the more games you are playing. In fact,

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sometimes it is impossible to keep them away from the eyes, even in

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their own best interest. It is a pretty tough mentality, the sport.

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I have a harder time keeping them That was definitely harder than my

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work out this morning. My legs are burning a little bit. What is going

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on there is a little game. If you lose, you have to wear deep pink

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And particular thanks to the player he was wearing the camera on his

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chest. From triple letter scores to

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elaborate words, the game of Scrabble can challenge the most

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bookish of us. A teenager from Nottingham is taking it to a

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completely new level. He is called the Tim Butcher and he

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is flying to Malaysia this weekend to compete in the World Scrabble

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Championships. We went along to meet him and hopefully pick up some

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tips. Player against the school librarian

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who taught him scrabble when he was 10, Tim Butcher learnt the game at

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Carlton Academy. Now 17, he has competed in major tournaments and

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is heading out to Malaysia this weekend for the World Scrabble

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Championships. When I won the first time, I wanted to beat my best

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score. I just want to do better and better. I found out about a local

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club and joined. It just became addictive. Tim is part of several

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clubs including the school's weekly Scrabble game. Most of the students

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and staff are too scared to play him. We regarded as a master class.

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It is humiliating Thos us. The last time I beat him, it was in year 10.

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That was only because four of us were playing him as a team. He is

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so much better than we are. What are Tim's top tips? Find common

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endings and keep them under wraps so that you can have a word that

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will come easily to. My second trip would be not to be afraid when you

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are playing. Play a complicated web -- if they play a complicated web,

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challenge it. Do not give up when you are playing. You could be 100

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points behind and a few turns later, you could be winning. You never

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know what will happen. When I asked Tim what was one of his favourite

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words to play, he came up with this one. Somehow, I don't think he will

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have a problem at the tournament. Things have been so mild but things

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are starting to change. It will probably fluctuate a bit between

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the milder daytime temperatures. A nice frosted picture for we have,

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which was sent in earlier this year. Thank you for that. We are starting

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to see these guys that gradually clearing now. The weather front has

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been with us all day giving us a grey day. It is clearing to the

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south-east. Coming in behind it, the temperatures will soon to --

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soon drop under the clear skies. Minimum temperature in the towns

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and cities, two degrees. In rural areas, it will go below freezing.

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Some mist and fog of forming. If you are setting off early, watch

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out for that. A cold and frosty start. A bright day. We will seek a

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little bit of cloud in the afternoon from the north-west.

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Daytime temperatures with a gentle south-westerly breeze reaching --

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reaching a maximum of ten degrees. An area of high pressure just about

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reaching the south-east corner of the country. An area of low

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pressure against the North West of Scotland. At the moment, we will

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probably see the breeze picking up over a next couple of days. The

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winds continue to come from the south-west. We will hold on to be

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drier weather. A bit of wintery precipitation across parts of

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Scotland. Across these murders, we will hold on to the dry and clear

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