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Dominic Heale and Anne Davies. First tonight - a crime wave in the

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countryside. Farmers say they face a huge

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problem. This tractor with �70,000 was stolen and used to ram raid a

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cashpoint. And the woman stripped and

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handcuffed by police when she was seven months pregnant. It was

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degrading, humiliating, I felt violated.

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Plus, from Richard to poorer. The brides to be battling to get their

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wedding money back. I'm going to have to postpone my wedding for

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somebody that is selfish and has done this to many different brides.

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And deep under Derbyshire, a long Good evening and welcome to Monday's

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programme. First tonight, new figures suggest that rural crime is

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falling - but try telling that to farmers. According to an annual

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rural crime survey, there's been a 20% drop from last year. But the

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farming community say thefts are as bad as ever - it's just that people

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don't bother reporting them to the police. Our chief news reporter

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Quentin Rayner is at a farm in Nottinghamshire which has been

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targeted by countryside criminals. Yes, good evening. I can report it

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is a very wet Nottinghamshire countryside that I'm reporting from.

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But let me tell you, this is the sort of thing that these are after -

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diesel and fuel from farmyards. But at this farm, they are no strangers

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to rural crime. This �70,000 raptor of theirs made the headlines last

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year when it was used in an audacious raid. -- tractor. In the

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top left-hand corner, you'll see a tractor smashing into a building.

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That is a banking Bing and the tractor was used to rip out a cash

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machine. This is the tractor in question now returned to the arable

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farm it was stolen from. It was stolen by a gang specialising in

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taking agricultural vehicles to target cashpoints. If we had lost

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this machine, we would have lost �70,000. We've also lost toppers,

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the engines of machines and a lot of ancillary equipment like chainsaws.

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The survey has found that most rural crime is planned. Across the East

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Midlands last year, the cost was more than �2 million. Top of the

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thieves' wish list was machinery and fuel like heating oil and read

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diesel. However, the survey has recorded a slight increase in

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livestock thefts. This tallies with James's experienced - a beef farmer

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with 200 acres. We've been targeted on three separate occasions and in

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one hit, they took over 12 cattle straight out of the yard. So that's

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ten to �12,000 worth of couple. -- cattle. It is a significant problem.

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Overall, rural crime is said to be down but it's not an impression

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shared by farmers because they often don't report it. The police don't

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come. We've had to machine stolen. They never came out to see us or

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asked is serial numbers. Do you think it's pointless? It's totally

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pointless in my opinion. We never see the same police officer twice.

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It is a city -based police and we often get someone out of the city

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who knows nothing about rural crime at all. Chris's family has farmed

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for four generations. He says his is the first to experience rural crime

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on such a scale. So, have the police had anything to say about farmers

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claiming they just don't do enough to tackle rural Quine?

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In a statement, they told us that they have set up what they call a

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rural crime working group to help improve prevention and also the

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detection of rural crime. They link up more with farmers and local

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businesses and say they are going to be holding another rural crime

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summit in November, building on last year's successful event. But NFU

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Mutual, who came up with this survey, say that things like CCTV,

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tracker devices and decent locks are better deterrent than a greater

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police presence in the countryside. Go and get dry, Quentin! Thank you.

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A mother who was handcuffed for 11 hours while she was heavily pregnant

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has told us that the police officers concerned should have been sacked.

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Lynnette Wallace's baby was born prematurely. And today the police

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watchdog's confirmed that it's investigating whether that was

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linked to the way she was treated. Three Nottinghamshire officers have

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already been found guilty of gross misconduct. Our social affairs

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correspondent Jeremy Ball reports. Shana's full of energy but still

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struggles with her speech and two years ago she was on life-support

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after being born prematurely. The in dependent police complaint

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commission is investigating whether that would be to do with what

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happened two years earlier when her mother was arrested. They stripped

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my clothes off and I was handcuffed behind by back with some big

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handcuffs. When you're seven and a half months pregnant, it is really

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difficult, uncomfortable, painful. How do you feel about the way you

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were treated? It was degrading, humiliating. The most distressing

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was being taken away from my children. I felt violated. Lynette

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was taken to Nottingham's Bridewell custody suite on suspicion of arson

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and witness intimidation, allegations which did not lead to a

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criminal conviction. Three police supervisors have received formal

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written warnings. The force said it deals with thousands of people in

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good enough. I believe they should be sacked. They can't go around

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stripping women naked and throwing people in prison and saying, sorry

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we made a mistake. I think they should be sacked. And it has

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received a formal apology from the Nottinghamshire force for what

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happened but the police complaints commission is now investigating

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whether to refer her treatment to the Crown Prosecution Service.

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Still to come: You might have stayed dry earlier, but there's not much

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chance you'll escape the rain overnight.

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And I'm meeting the couple who love the legend of Robin Hood so much

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they travelled 3000 miles for some medieval merrymaking.

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A man from Nottinghamshire has been arrested following a stabbing at a

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caravan park. 28-year-old Adam Stirrup was found dead at the Stud

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Farm Holiday Park in Heysham in Lancashire yesterday morning. His

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partner, who'd also been stabbed, is critically ill in hospital. A

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26-year-old man, who's originally from Sutton-in-Ashfield, is being

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questioned on suspicion of murder and attempted murder.

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Three prisoners, including a violent burglar, have absconded from an open

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prison in Derbyshire. Daniel Taylor and Sean Kavanagh, both from

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Birmingham, failed to return to Sudbury Prison on Saturday. The

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third man, Stephen McElvaney from the Meadows in Nottingham, was

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branded a dangerous man when handed an indeterminate prison sentence in

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2008. He attacked a shop worker with a crowbar.

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A pub landlady's stepped in to try to save the day for dozens of brides

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whose wedding celebrations are now at risk because of the collapse of

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an events company. Jay Lewis says up to 60 brides have contacted her

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already. James Roberson reports. Last Friday evening at the Charnwood

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Arms hotel in Coalville near Leicestershire, this function room

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should be transformed into somewhere fit for a bride. It at that moment,

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and she was wondering whether her reception would happen at all. A

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company called ASD Special Occasions was supposed to be dressing room but

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last week they stopped taking calls. Mortified. Mortified. It ruined what

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I thought was go to the best day of my life. Luckily, another wedding

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planning firm stepped in to help out. We're a new business but I

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really want to try and help as much as I can. I felt absolutely gutted

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when I found out about this yesterday. Today a man who was among

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a group of planners and brides brought together by J Lewis stepped

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in to help. Some of them have spent all their money with this company

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and there's nothing left. The weddings are within a couple of

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days, some within a couple of weeks. But the companies have been

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brilliant and a lot of them have done it for free and it has meant

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the world for these bright to get out of the situation they've been

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put in. Now planners have been able to help the brides, some of whom

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fear they've lost thousands of pounds. I've had a lovely kind offer

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from Amanda and she's doing the whole room for me, to be honest.

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It's amazing. What we're doing is openly restoring faith in humanity.

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We're there to help. We've got the stock and it's not being used on a

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particular day, so it might as well be put to good use. Help has worked

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so far. This is what Amanda did for Angie's reception room at Coalville

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on Saturday. Now the other women hope their venues will now be

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stressed the way they dreamt. -- dressed.

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We have tried to contact ASD Special Occasions for their comment but so

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far, without success. Plans to revamp Lincolnshire's

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entire library system may lead to 170 job losses. If approved, two

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thirds of the county's libraries could close and many villages would

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lose their mobile library services. Victoria Norris reports.

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A mobile library service has been coming to this village in South

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Lincolnshire for more than 40 years but now the county council needs to

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cut �2 million from its library budget. 32 out of the 47 permanent

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libraries could close and 11 villages, including Gretford, will

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lose their mobile service completely. I do think that the

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rural communities do lose out on county council funds and I think

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it's another way of us being marginalised. For the elderly, the

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mobile service is something they look forward to. It's so helpful and

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they're so friendly and we all have a chat together while we're on

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there, which breaks the monotony of the morning. At the council says

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usage is declining. In villages like Gretford, only seven people on

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average use the mobile service every four weeks and 82% of the population

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of Lincolnshire doesn't use any library service at all, making the

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present system unsustainable. Lifestyles are changing and our

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current service is designed for the 1960s. What we're saying to any

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community is that if they want to set up a library service in the

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village hall, we will help them do that and help them stop it. We won't

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be able to man it. The consultation runs until the end of September,

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with a final decision made before the end of the year.

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Now, it's going to be a busy time in Leicester over the next few months

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as the city bids to become the next UK City of Culture. Those behind the

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bid say the title would showcase the city, help stimulate the economy and

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leave a legacy. Well, our arts reporter Geeta Pendse is going to be

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following the campaign closely and exploring the city's cultural

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make-up. Geeta is with us here in the studio. You're going to be

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rather busy. Yes, very busy. We all remember that jubilant moment

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when those behind the bid found out they'd been short listed. They're

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now working a detailed vision of what would happen if Leicester were

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to win. The final decision is in November. So we are going to be

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following the process itself and asking whether the title City of

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Culture is worth fighting for. But we're also trying to build a picture

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of what makes up Leicester's cultural DNA. We want to build a

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footprint of what is going on in Leicester now. From the story behind

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the makings of those intricate costumes at the Caribbean Carnival

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to iconic buildings in and around Leicester, the idea is to explore

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what's going on in the city culturally. And we want to build a

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picture using your experiences and stories at home. Is there an arts

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group or maybe a person you know who's had a major impact on

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Leicester's arts scene? You can get in contact with us via e-mail - the

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address is [email protected] You can also get in contact through Facebook

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and Twitter. And we'll be showcasing some of those stories over the next

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few months - so watch this space. You're watching East Midlands Today,

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and can you believe it? The new football season has just started.

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We'll have all the action from the weekend's matches, including the

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goal that secured a win for A 68-year search for deposits of a

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rare stone in the Peak District has finally come to an end. The lost

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vein of Blue John stone was reported by a miner working underground near

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Castleton in 1945 - but he died before passing on the exact

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location. Now the semi-precious metal - which is used to make

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ornaments and jewellery - has been rediscovered. Danny Carpenter

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reports. They are minors, these three. Mine

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is not of coal or some industrial mineral but of Blue John. Of what,

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you ask? 50 years ago, this is how they got Blue John from this cavern.

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50 years ago, they were searching for a missing seem. The scene was

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described to Peter Harrison by the previous owner, John Royce. He found

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it but died before he could tell anyone where it was. For the next 70

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years, the precious scene stated. And if you're wondering how

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something so sought after could remain so hidden for so long, there

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are two reasons. The first is, it's not exactly access a ball. And the

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second is, the man who made the original discovery made absolutely

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sure that nobody else is stealing his find. John Royce had a ritual of

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hiding his vain and hiding his work at the end of the day. So I couldn't

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sneak up on the idyll of the night and hack his vain out and sell it in

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the village for ale. It was used as currency in the pubs! We did find a

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new iron bars, some would and a carpet concealing the vein itself.

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We found a bigger rocks on top of that. John is now mining this seam.

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With a bit of luck, he'll find it before it's his turn to retire.

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looked for it for hundreds of years and when John stumbled across it

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under the old carpet, I was amazed. Absolutely amazed. And it produces

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some very nice moonshine. It's such good quality that Peter is hopeful

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it can be worked into the coveted larger items, like cupboards and

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vases, which have not been produced for many long years.

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Coming up: A spectacular crash - again - for biker Leon Haslam. But

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first, the football season is back. Coming up: Behind the scenes with

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Forest's owner and the Derby player being watched by Premier League

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clubs. But the result of the weekend was Leicester's 2-1 win away to

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Middlesbrough. In the first half, Leicester were

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not very good. They were battling just not to go behind. But Apple was

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lost when a player put through his own net. Stiff half-time team talk

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worked. Another beautifully taken goal followed with Jamie Nugent

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supplying the perfect pass to his colleague. A flying start for

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Leicester and it could have been more with Middlesbrough struggling

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to hang on. Certainly in the second half we played with a better tempo,

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made a lot more positive decisions in possession and we looked a

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dangerous side. Good to get off to a winning start. Early days but a very

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promising start. At Nottingham Forest, Kuwati owner

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and chairman Fawaz Al-Hasawi has spent �500,000 on part one of a plan

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to redevelop the stadium. He's been backing manager Billy Davies on the

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field too - with eight new contracts for players during the summer. Well,

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on Saturday, Natalie was behind the scenes as Forest got off to a

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With the QA to flag flying over the ground, the owner flew in on opening

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day to be greeted by fans. I want to feel what they feel. I am one of

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them and I feel what they feel. I wanted to make them happy this

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season. It is his full -- first full campaign as manager. Ever since he

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has come in, the amount of work he has done and what he is shown to us

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as supporters is fantastic. He seems to have a good heart. I think is the

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person we've been waiting for a long time. We can't waste all our money.

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He spent it on good players and that's what we need in order to win

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the league. They've renamed the boardroom after his son here and

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spent �500,000 on new players. The Al-Hasawi family hope this will be

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their season. And on the pitch, three debutants were used. It wasn't

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the best first half but in the second, man of the match and new

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captain Chris Cohen set up Henry Lansbury to give Forest a good

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start. Its great credit to the chairman and the family for what

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they're trying to do to this football club and that's what many

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of the fans should appreciate - what is being done not only on the pitch

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but off the pitch which is very important. He is not only my manager

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but my friend and my brother. is how much I love you. He even got

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his name on the shirt! You can't beat that, can you?

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Derby County's manager Nigel Clough says it would take an extremely big

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offer to tempt them to sell teenage midfielder Will Hughes. Hughes once

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again caught the eye of the Premier League scouts in Derby's one-all

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draw with Blackburn. Yesterday's game was part of the Football

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League's anniversary celebrations. And Mark Shardlow was at Pride Park.

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125 years ago, Barbie and Blackburn were two of the 12 founder members

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of a new competition. The football league. -- derby. Derby were then

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owned by the football and cricket club but it is now a worldwide

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consortium. In Victorian times, players like Will Hughes needed a

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second job to make ends meet. Premier League clubs are pondering

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bits of around �15 million for the Derby teenager and a salary of

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�20,000 a week. Hughes shone as Derby benefited from a clumsy

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handball after Blackburn had had the better of the early stages of the

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match. Debut boy Johnny Russell got a first goal. Derby, rallied by

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Hughes, were looking for a second as for a time they were on top. But

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with a minute of normal time remaining, Leon Best, returning from

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a career threatening injury, scored his first goal in 19 months. The

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wind snatched away. The scouts were here. Is it going to be hardball for

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Hughes? If somebody does come it will have to be a huge offer to

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tempt the club. 125 years ago, Derby County won the first-ever football

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league game 6-3. Today was a bit more frustrating.

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In League One, Notts County kicked off their season at Sheffield United

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on Friday night. They were soon down to ten men when centre back Gary

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Liddle was sent off for this rash challenge. Notts went behind but

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equalised with this lovely finish from Enoch Showunmi. I think he

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enjoyed that. But Sheffield went on to win by two goals to one.

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Meanwhile in League Two, Mansfield, on their return to league football,

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went down two-nil at Scunthorpe. Loughborough's Fran Halsall won

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Britain's only medal at the World Swimming Championships, which have

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come to an end in Barcelona. Halsall, who'd earlier finished

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fourth in the 50 metres Butterfly, came third in the Freestyle Sprint.

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The bronze medal was a great relief to her - and her team-mates.

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Cricket - and congratulations to Derbyshire, who got their first

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County Championship Division One win reach, you know. Elsewhere, today's

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rain didn't just hit the Ashes match. A torrential downpour at

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Taunton meant Notts' game against Somerset was abandoned as a draw.

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But the weather couldn't save Leicestershire, who lost by an

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innings against Lancashire in innings against Lancashire in

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Division Two. Derbyshire's Leon Haslam has had

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another injury scare in the World Superbikes at Silverstone. Just look

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at this. Remember, Haslam is still recovering from a broken leg.

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Incredibly, all he picked up were more bruises. He's got a planned

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operation to remove screws from his left leg this week and then a month

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off before his next event Two Robin Hood fans have travelled 3,000 miles

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from New Jersey to Nottinghamshire to renew their wedding vows in

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Sherwood Forest. Today, Joe and Debbie Tencza were

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the guests of honour at the opening of this year's Robin Hood Festival.

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the 29th Robin Hood Festival word Jo Ann Tebby Tencza from New Jersey in

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America. -- Joseph and Debbie. so looking forward to the rest of

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the day. They have travelled more than 3000 miles to be here and

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yesterday celebrated Debbie overcoming breast cancer and 15

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years of marriage by renewing their vows in Sherwood Foresters. It was

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magical. The whole night was just amazing. We couldn't have thought of

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anything better. It was just great. Yes, it was very welcome warder

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mated with the staff and everything was just perfect and beautiful. --

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very well coordinated. Today's events have given the Tenczas a few

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ideas they would like to share with the organisers back home. I think

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they should bring some of the actors. Yeah, and I love the comedy

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that they brought out in the opening ceremony. I thought that was

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wonderful. They don't quite get the accent down in New York. No, they

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don't. They will return to America at the weekend with many happy

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memories of a special milestone in their lives. Weather how lovely, and

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congratulations. Time for the percentage of us with quite a lot of

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heavy rain. There were two weather fronts around today and it's mainly

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due to this area of low pressure being quite static for a time and

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it's now starting to pull away towards the north-east. In doing so,

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we are starting to see the heavy rain working its way across the East

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Midlands. But it moves through quite quickly tonight so we will see the

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back of it into the early hours of tomorrow morning. With clearer skies

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around, temperatures dot ground to a minimum of around 12 but it could

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turn quite misty. There was the chance of some fog forming tomorrow.

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A fine start once the sun comes up. It is going to cloud over throughout

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the afternoon tomorrow and there is a very slim chance of a light shower

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with a daytime temperature of 21 Celsius. A decent day in store for

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Wednesday. A lot of than three showers coming up from France but

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we'll just see the cloud increasing again into the afternoon on

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Wednesday. A gentle north-easterly breeze. A set of day again for

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Thursday. A pleasant outlook and some good periods of dry weather

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throughout the majority of the week. Just the slim chance of a few

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showers again by Friday. Very wet out there tonight so careful if

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