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Dominic Heale and me, Anne Davies. Stroke Tonight ,the Government tells

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councils to get tough on travellers. A costly clean-up after the

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travellers move on but what can be done to stop illegal camps? Peep

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hole will not be able to play football on it for a long while.

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Also tonight: A former beauty queen goes on type -- trial for illegally

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selling gun parts. And the builder who created theme

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park for kids. It was a lank piece of ground and nobody had been here

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since the war. And brightening up the bridges, a

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new sponsorship appeal to give Trent Bridge a spectacular new night-time

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programme. Tonight, a massive clean-up operation has been going on

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all day after a group of travellers camped on a local recreation ground

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for almost two weeks. Almost a dozen caravans were parked on land in

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Gedling, near Nottingham. Councillors say it'll cost thousands

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of pounds to tidy up. This comes on the day that the Government urged

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local authorities to get tough in tackling illegal travellers' sites.

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They say they're simply reminding councils of their existing powers

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such as: using temporary stop notices to stop and remove

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unauthorised caravans. Pre-emptive injunctions that protect vulnerable

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land. And possession orders to remove trespassers.

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They can take immediate action if somebody is developing something

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which is illegal in the first place. The police also have powers to move

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people on and we want people to understand that those powers exist

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and they can be used so there is no long-term damage. The council does

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not then get caught up in a protracted legal at all. I do not

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think it is as much of a problem as the government is making out. A lot

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of people get on well with the gypsy community. They are not outside

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people's boundaries. They are people they know. There needs to be more

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site provision and less of an end is on the negative. In the East

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Midlands there are a number of legal, authorised sites for

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travellers, run by a mix of private operators and local councils. There

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are just over 100 of them. The vast majority are in just two counties,

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Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire. The number of illegal sites is much

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smaller, just ten. But councils admit that this figure can be very

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fluid, and that the sites are difficult to monitor. Well this

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morning, our Chief News Reporter Quentin Rayner joined council

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workers as they began clearing one of these illegal sites, on Lambley

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Lane in Gedling. Last night, the evicted travellers

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moved a few miles down the road to another illegal site, having left

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their mark on where they have just been. A small army moved on to

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Lambley Lane recreation ground in Gedling to clear up their mess. The

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open space is popular with footballers and dog walkers. Ten

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days of illegal occupation left 14 tonnes of garden waste for the

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council to remove, dumped after tree cutting jobs in the area. A large

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amount of human excrement was also left behind. The area behind the

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tape is littered with toilet paper. There is a strong smell in the area.

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The council says it will take until October 's to fully decontaminate

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this land. It is the excrement that is left everywhere, needles. There

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are no words to describe it. It is terrible. They break in, cut the

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bolt off and then run their business of Lambley Lane car park.

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council leader is facing a bill of �30,000 to clear both sites in the

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borough. I cannot believe the amount of rubbish that has been left ear

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and illegally dumped. It is very frustrating. I have to deal with the

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cost of clearing this up, the public pay for it and it is making me

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really angry. For the second year in a row, the travellers are back on

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Teal close, another recreation area in Gedling. The council has served a

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48-hour eviction notice but they know it will be at least a week

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until anyone is moved. The leader says councils need stronger powers

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than those granted by the government. We need one day and we

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will clear them. We will bring bailiffs in and get them off very

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quickly. Give us the power from government to a local level and we

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will implement that. The clean-up team will return on Monday to finish

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the job. Next tonight, a former Miss

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Nottingham finalist has appeared in court accused of selling gun parts

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illegally. 27-year-old Rebecca Draper runs a shop that sells air

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weapons. Our social affairs correspondent, Jeremy Ball, reports.

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This is Draper 's airgun Centre, a well-established field sport

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supplier. A family business has been here in Radford for nearly 40 years.

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But now the managing director has been accused of selling weapons

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parts illegally. Rebecca Draper appeared at Nottingham Crown Court

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to face for firearms charges, charges she denied. The charges

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involve components for prohibited handguns which cannot be owned

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without a licence. She is accused of selling or transferring four firing

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pins without lawful authority. The charges relate to components for

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Luca handguns and Glock pistols, weapons which are commonly used by

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police forces. The allegations against Rebecca Draper will not be

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set out in detail until she goes on trial. The judge said that case will

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take place in December. Still to come: Britain's most wanted

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tax fugitives. Two of the latest to join the list are from this region.

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Here they are. And we'll tell you more about them, later.

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A gang which used children to courier drugs between the East

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Midlands and London have been jailed for a total of more than 30 years.

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Officers from the Special Operations Unit have told this programme they

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exploited teenagers to avoid the police as they bought and sold crack

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cocaine worth around half a million pounds. Eleanor Garnier reports.

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Behind bars for their parts in a criminal conspiracy worth hundreds

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of thousands of pounds, bringing crack cocaine from London to the

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East Midlands, to sell on the streets of our towns and cities.

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Officers say the drugs run from Leicestershire to the capital

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happened at least 18 times. To keep a low profile and try and avoid the

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police, the drugs gang used children as young as 14 to career the crack

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cocaine. These type of people will exploit anyone and they have

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demonstrated that on this occasion by exploiting children to fetch the

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drugs so they can stay out of the handling and the transportation of

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the drugs. The four men have all been sentenced at Leicester Crown

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Court. The gang leader Ruben Crawshaw was given 13 years after

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being found guilty of conspiracy to supply cocaine. The three others or

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from Leicester will serve between seven and 5.5 years.

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There's been a massive surge in the number of private ambulances used

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for 999 callouts in the East Midlands. Three years ago just 12

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emergency journeys were handled by private vehicles, but this jumped to

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246 last year. The cost to East Midlands Ambulance Service also rose

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from �638,000 to 3.5 million. EMAS has blamed increasing demand, but

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says it's now investing more than �4 million in its own vehicles and

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extra staff. The driver of a digger who backed

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his vehicle into a lorry, crushing and killing its driver, has been

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given a suspended prison sentence. Mark Nayland who was 24 and from

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Sutton-in-Ashfield died from multiple injuries at a landfill site

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in Cambridgeshire last year. Kenneth Miller from Linton admitted

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breaching the Health and Safety at Work Act.

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Today, the government added two more names to a list of wanted tax

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evaders. Several of them are on the run owing millions of pounds.

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The Treasury's most wanted. These are the men and women who are

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getting away with millions of pounds they should have been paying in tax.

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New to the list, two from the East Midlands. He is alleged to have cost

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the taxpayer �3 million but he failed to appear in court.

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In 2002, this woman failed to turn up to Leicester Crown Court where

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she was accused of her part in a tax fraud. She is thought to be on the

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run in Pakistan. They join Wayne Hardy from Nottinghamshire who was

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on last year's list. He is wanted for his part in a major counterfeit

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plot. Today, the Chancellor was visiting tax investigators training

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in arrest techniques. He says the evaders must pay up. We are

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publishing the names of ten of our most wanted tax evaders who are

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costing the country millions of pounds and this comes on top of the

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support and investment we are giving to the men and women here who go out

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there on the street on our behalf to raise the money that is due to pay

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for our public services. The message to people who evade their taxes is

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very clear, we are coming to get you and we will catch you. It is the

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second time the government has tried this naming and shaming. HMRC

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insists the idea works but so far, only one of the top 20 most wanted

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has been caught. It is hoping to increase that arrest rate here in

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the East Midlands. One of the country's best known

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bridges, Trent Bridge in Nottingham, is to get a light show

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transformation. The idea is to make it as iconic at night as Brooklyn

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Bridge in New York or London's Tower Bridge. Nottingham City Council

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believes the new night-time look will be popular, so it's looking for

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sponsors to help meet the costs. Let's find out more from our

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Political Editor John Hess, who's where you'd expect him to be on this

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story. Good evening, John. Good evening. Two figures to conjure

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with: 920.That's the date the first bridge was built here over the River

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Trent. The second figure: 38,500. That's the total of vehicles each

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day that go into and out of Nottingham over this bridge. But I

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wonder how many of those drivers have ever thought about what the

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bridge looks underneath the arches, especially at night.

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Cricket fans crossing Trent Bridge last night after the 2020 match,

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with the ground's eye-catching flood lights blazing in the dark. What

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fails to catch the eye at night of the historic bridge itself. At

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night, Trent Bridge is almost lost in the dark. Today, and I idea to

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illuminate Trent Bridge and make it one of the most eye-catching bridges

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in Britain. The council's deputy leader and the senior lighting

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engineer were looking at lighting designs which could lift the bridge

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out of the gloom at night. It will cost �150,000 but with finances

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squeezed, it is looking to the business and public for sponsorship.

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We are looking for somebody to sponsor the under lighting which

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will look amazing and we are also looking at somebody to sponsor the

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columns. Some of the bridge's lights are suffering wear and tear. Forest

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are playing one evening, we could change it to read if we wish, or

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leave it white for County. nearby suspension bridge owned by

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Severn Trent Water had its own lighting make over a couple of years

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ago. As for Lady Bay Bridge, its owners, Nottinghamshire county

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council, are being urged to consider something similar. When you consider

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the number of people who come over this bridge for football matches and

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cricket, international cricket, you will get many many people and it

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will be impressive. It is an iconic symbol and need some special

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treatment. There will be some test lighting in the autumn to try it out

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and if that and the sponsorship goes well, Trent Bridge could have a

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whole new spectacular night-time look.

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And Dominic and Anne, if you were wondering about the daily running

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costs of powering up all that light, I was told today it will be

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equivalent of switching on three electrical kettles. That does not

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seem very much. Is that like switching them on and they go for

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keeping them on all might? We do not know!

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Now it's one of the most successful, family-run visitor attractions in

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the region, and this year it's celebrating its 35th birthday. We're

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talking about Gulliver's Kingdom, the children's theme park at Matlock

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Bath. But when Ray Phillips bought the site in the '70s, a theme park

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was not what he had in mind at all. James Roberson explains.

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Screaming, music to the ears of theme park owners. It means

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customers are in and enjoying the rides. Ray Phillips and his son,

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Nick, also like to hear it at Gulliver 's kingdom. The steep site

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was owned to aid -- home to a dance hall in the 19th century. When Ray

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bought it, it was a dense woodland. It was soon home to a model village.

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We soon saw that the children wanted to do something. The first terrorist

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had a little train which went from one end to the other and that was

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the first mobile typewriter that we had. And then we have grown from

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there. 35 years on and Ray's children have taken on the

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business. It spread from Matlock Bath to Warrington and Milton Keynes

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which include superior camping facilities which the staff make in

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Derbyshire. We are creating other attractions inside the park and

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outside so we are extending our season. A lot of attractions like

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the spy school here at Matlock are in Dorset they can operate all year

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round. -- they operate in doors. original site is popular, including

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with those who came when they were children. You go back to where you

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went as a kid. It is close and it is a nice day out. We come every year.

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The kids enjoyed it. It is a good family day out. Mum and dad are

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there in the background. They are ready to step in and give advice but

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we are taking the business forward. A third generation is coming but Ray

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recalls his kids growing up as the Park did as well. They said why

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don't other kids have theme parks they can go and play in

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after-school? They had a lot of friends coming to play in it and now

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it is their children coming. , here never return. They said he was not

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for sale. But tonight Kelvin Wilson is back home and a Nottingham Forest

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player. We broke the story three weeks ago that he was coming to

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Nottingham. And we were there today as Kelvin completed a three year

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deal from Celtic to Forest, for a fee of �2.5million.

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The hero returns, welcome back to Forest. In a real statement of

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intent, Forest have paid �2.5 million for defender Kelvin Wilson

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on a three-year deal. You walked away from champions league football

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to come here, so why? You are playing with international players

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week in, week out, playing Champions League football. But I am coming to

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Nottingham Forest. This is not a small club. It is a massive club

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with massive ambition and great players. You said when you went to

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Scotland it was hard for you to leave your family and child behind,

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has that been a deciding factor for you? It was one of the main

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reasons, my daughter, but it was not the case of me just coming back and

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signing for anyone close to Nottingham. It had to be the right

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club. He had a medical last night, trained today and admitted Celtic

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did not want to let him go. They did not want to let me go but they

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respected my decision. Forest is perfect for me. His time at Celtic

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was a very good time for him and very educational for him. He had the

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pressure of playing European games involved with Celtic. I think we are

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getting a player who is at a very good agent we are very fortunate to

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have him here. Kelvin, who is 27, left Forest for Scotland 2.5 years

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ago. They said he he left after a dispute with Davis. Did you fall out

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with him? This is the first time I have played with Preston and I have

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never fallen out with him once. Billy Davies and his coaching staff

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now have their back five. They are still looking for some in midfield

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and upfront. Forest say they expect three more new faces before the end

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of the transfer window. A new face too at Leicester City,

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they've signed Spanish starlet Ignasi Miquel. The 20-year-old

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defender has agreed a year long loan deal from Arsenal and as Angela

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found out he has quite a footballing pedigree.

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He signed up to the season, brought up the Barcelona way, but now Ignasi

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Miquel is set to prove his worth for the Foxes. I know the competition at

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Leicester is hard. I think I can get in the team. I fight for it and that

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is it. That is why I am here. teenager in Spain's youth squad,

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both Manchester United and Arsenal were after his services. The gunners

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won that battle. But his desire for first-team football says he -- means

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he is happy to call this the stadium home for now. I think Leicester has

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given me a big chance so that is why I am here. He is a welcome new

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edition on what has been a quiet transfer summer for the Foxes.

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was very enthusiastic and looking forward to being here. That is a big

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part of players having a successful loan spell. He may have to wait to

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make his debut but make no mistake, he is a man eager to make his mark.

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Derby County can complete a really solid week's work with an away win

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at Brighton tomorrow. Last season the Rams form away from Pride Park

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failed to match their home record. Manager Nigel Clough says they can,

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and should, do better this season. It might balance itself up a bit

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more this season. On Tuesday night we will do well, a good clean game.

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The Brighton away game last season probably epitomised our away form.

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We gave two soft goals away. Also in action, Notts County at home to

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Peterborough and Mansfield have their first home Football League

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match in some while when they host Exeter. You can follow all the

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action on your BBC Local Radio station.

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For the third time running, a very disappointing night for Cricket's

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Notts Outlaws in the quarter finals of the T20 Cup. And for three overs

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the Outlaws looked up to the job with some big hitting of their own.

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But the wickets just would not stop falling and Notts lost by 47 runs.

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There are lots of things which have not gone our way and that is the

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bottom line. Apart from David Hussey and Alex Hales, we have not played

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well enough. We have not been good enough.

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Staying with Cricket, the men may have already retained the Ashes, but

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the women's campaign is only just about to get underway. The squad

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includes two Notts players, Jenny Gunn and Danielle Wyatt, plus a

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whole group with Loughborough connections including the likes of

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Lauren Winfield and Anya Shrubsole. They play a combination of T20s,

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one-dayers and a single test which starts on Sunday.

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Good luck to them, and all our best wishes to Loughborough Sprinter

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James Dasaolu. Earlier this year he went under ten seconds for the 100

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metres. This weekend he faces Usain Bolt at the World Athletics

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Championships. Every hope of a medal.

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Now, a special weekend of wildlife's getting underway at one of our

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longest established nature reserves. The Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

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hopes the event, at Attenborough near Nottingham ,will help identify

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dozens of new species, both insect and mammalian. It comes as the Trust

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celebrates its 50th anniversary, this year. I popped along this

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morning to see how they're getting To celebrate their birthday, the

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trust has organised what they are calling the big 50, that is 50 hours

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where they will try and find 50 new species at the Attenborough nature

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reserve. One of the activities on offer is adult pond dipping. Nothing

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to do with budgie smugglers or bath towels, but a lot to do with finding

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new species of bugs. The technique is simple, scoop up a net full of

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water, weed and silks, tipped everything into a bowl and then look

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through one of these magnifiers. People use pond life as a

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disparaging term but resume ugly you find it interesting? It is

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fascinating. The smaller species are eaten by the bigger ones and they

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are eaten by bigger things still and eventually by the fish. It all began

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50 years ago so entirely appropriate that there are these big

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celebrations this weekend? This started because of a fight to save

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the wildlife that Attenborough. We want to save the hidden wildlife

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that people do not see from the far corners of the reserve. Yes, because

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90% of the reserve is not accessible to the public and I know you have

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your eye on another reserve. Absolutely. We want to create a

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wonderful new wetland reserve, 50 years on, wonderful parallel.

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big 50 started this morning and continues until Sunday at noon. Pop

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down and have a look. And bring your wellies and a jam jar.

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And if you want to get involved then the BBC has a special website with

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loads of wildlife tips. Just go to bbc.co.uk/summer of wildlife.

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You were well protected from the sun with your big sun hat. Yes, I can

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take no chances at my age. Less coverage than they used to be!

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we need hats and factor 20 at the that moved through last night. It

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gave a sprinkling to the gardens. We have a little ridge of high pressure

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building for the weekend. It is not looking too bad at all. It will be

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dried tomorrow. Just the small chance of a shower. The winds will

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be a lot lighter for us. It should feel warmer. Here is today's

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satellite picture. We did see a lot of clout today. That is starting to

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melt away. The winds are starting to ease down. Lots of lovely sunshine

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for the next couple of hours or so. The cloud will start to increase

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from the West. It will be nippy once again. Tomorrow morning, NEP start

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to the weekend. Some sunshine to start off with. That cloud will

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build up. Cloudy at times but some decent spells of sunshine between

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the clouds. A small chance of showers which will fade away later

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in the day. Not a bad day tomorrow, the winds are a lot lighter. For

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Saturday night into Sunday, we have these weather fronts converging

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across us. It looks as if there is a greater chance of us catching a

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shower on Sunday, particularly on Sunday morning. These should be

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