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That's all from the BBC News at Six, so it's goodbye from

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This is East Midlands Today with Sarah Teale and me, Dominic Heale.

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police and care`workers over their handling of a mentally ill lan.

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William Barnard was due to be arrested for a robbery on the day he

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stabbed his grandfather to death. If you had been arrested, he would not

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be at liberty to kill. Also tonight, delays hit knocking Nottingham's new

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tramlines. So when will thex be finished? Will it be the 14th of

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January? It will be as earlx as we can possibly make it. Will ht be the

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14th of February Western markets it will be as early as we can lake it.

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Mums Art in Leicester are asked for their views on the shake`up in

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maternity services. And how the Imperial War Museum has bright

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provided the ammunition for a ashen line. `` a fashion line.

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Welcome to Friday's programle. First tonight, the missed opportunities

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that led to the violent death of a man described as the "centr`l

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figure" in his family. But ht was a family member ` his own grandson `

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who killed John McGrath. A coroner today concluded that if mental

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health workers and police h`d acted sooner over the care of William

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Barnard, he wouldn't have bden free to kill his grandfather. Silon Hare

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The family of John McGrath `nd William Banat arrive at the inquest

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in Nottingham to hear the coroner APPLAUSE

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Findings. A conclusion was simple. If mental

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health workers and police h`d done their jobs properly and thoroughly,

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William Banat would not havd been free to kill his grandfather. John

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McGrath was stabbed to death at his home in Nottinghamshire in July

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2009. It has been very frustrating and embarrassing at times, having to

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listen to the feeble excuses as to why they didn't do more for

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William, and in turn to prevent the deaths. William had been di`gnosed

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as a paranoid schizophrenic but hadn't been taking his medication

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for months. He had also been the prime suspect any street robbery,

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but hadn't been arrested by police. The coroner said:

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There were times when the mttation was not as good as it might have

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been, organisation of the w`s not as good as it might have been, and of

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course we apologise for that. We have, however, put in a number of

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changes as recommended by the coroner. An independent enqtiry

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found that two police officdrs had a case to answer for misconduct. The

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police have since issued thdm with management advice. When Mac we have

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had an opportunity to apologise to the family and we would likd to

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discuss how we can maintain further contact and assure them that we are

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doing everything we can. Mr McGrath's family fought to have the

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hearing held but with help from their MP. They say it was m`king

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sure that John had not died in vain that had always been their lain

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division. Struggling businesses hit bx the

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construction of Nottingham's tram extension say they're furiots that

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the work won't be completed on time. The ?570

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million project should have been up and running by Decelber But

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the contractor now says it won't be ready until the first part of next

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year and couldn't tell us exactly Mike O'Sullivan's in Chillwdll.

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Mike, what's been the reacthon of the City Council, they're the

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customer after all? That is right. They say thex are

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upset and disappointed that they will not have two new tramlhnes for

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Christmas. They are having talks with the contractor to see hf they

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can recover some of the timd was, but it is out here at the sharp end

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that businesses are feeling. Toiling on the tram extension in

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Chillwell High Road. But thd contractors have missed the December

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deadline which would see paxing passengers using the tram hdre.

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Instead, it will now be ready sometime in the first part of 2 15.

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Struggling businesses are not happy. The whole of Chilwell High Road

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is struggling. From very early on we were OK, but now we have had to

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close on a Thursday because of the impact because peopld are

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frustrated about how to get here. I am absolutely furious,

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to wake up this morning and see it in the headlines, and for

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them not to have the integrhty to Julie Cameron's gift shop is,

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like other businesses, getting compensation

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from the city and county cotncils. She is receiving around ?1500 per

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month, but she is losing ?4000 Typical of the independent retailers

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here, who can only claim back 7 % It has been obvious to anybody who

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looks at the mess behind me that this wasn't going to be finhshed

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by the end of August, and the trams were not going to be

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running by the 14th of Decelber As recently as Monday,

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the contractors assured us that they were still on course for about,

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but it was clear that they weren't. We have got a number

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of opportunities which we are looking to try and

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bring that as early as posshble It is not going to be the 14th

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of December or 15th of Decelber It will be as early in the New Year

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as we can possibly make it. It will be as early as New Xear

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as we can possibly make it. It will be as early

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as we can make it in the New Year. Things have been

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so tough that a special hardship fund has already paid out ?000, 00

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with the prospect of more to come. Let's find out more by speaking to

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Paul Harris from the contractors. Good evening, Paul. Paul, gdtting

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around the utilities have bden a big problem for you, why is that? You'll

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Mac this area is particularly challenging, because of the nature

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of the underground services. We have had to hand deck extensivelx, and

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the services are very conjectured it. It is not practical to bring

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large machines in here. Shotldn t we have known about that befordhand? We

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did know, we did many survexs to establish we are the servicds were,

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but the survey is only told part of the story. It was only when we

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opened up that we saw how challenging it was. Financi`l

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penalties, are you going to incur them? Yes, there is a series of

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financial power penalties that we will incur. Thank you very luch for

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that. We will have to leave it there. Tomorrow, the workforce will

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be back here to crack on. Thank you, Mike.

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Still to come: The former phone magnate who's connecting with

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Opera. David Ross founded C`rphone Warehouse. Now he's thrown open his

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Plus in sport we are with some of the stars of the future with less

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than a month to go until thd start of the Commonwealth Games.

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Next tonight : Mothers have expressed concern about the

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controversial idea of merging two maternity units in Leicester. As we

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revealed last night there's to be a radical shake up of NHS services

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across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. And a review of whdre

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babies are born is part of that process. Our Health Correspondent

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Just three hours old, Leicester General's latest arrival. The proud

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parents are the unit's newest bands. After a 27 hour labour, this woman

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left her husband to some up his feelings on the suggestion of the

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merger. It will be in what busier, which will be difficult. Thd need to

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move some services to other hospital sites have been identified. That

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threatens maternity continuhng at the General, because there would not

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be the right medical back`up on site for all but the most low risk

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births. We need to have paediatricians they are. Generally,

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of the woman that go into l`bour, about one quarter will need to

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transfer in labour because of competitions. The Leicestershire

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Royal Infirmary has around 6400 births per year, Leicester General

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around 2450, but this month isn t convinced that one unit makds sense.

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The Royal is notorious for trying to get to its, and car parking is very

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pure. Whatever happens, midwives want to see choice, and scope for

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all medical intervention. It is very important that we have thesd result

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is for women, because often women don't want a medical life approach

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to care. Today, Newbury and services were opened at the General Hospital,

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paid for by a charity. The local MP did the honours. Her older sister

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was stillborn. Otherwise have never met her, I know that she totched the

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lives of my parents. This is the best modernity in anywhere hn the

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United Kingdom, and I will fight tooth and nail to ensure th`t the

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hospital begins the excellence that it has at the moment. Nothing is

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decided, and the review is just beginning.

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The promoter of a boxing match in Nottingham, in which a man died is

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calling for fighters to havd thorough annual medical checks.

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Lance Ferguson`Prayogg, frol Liverpool, died after a so`called

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'white collar' fight last Stnday. The Coroner's Service says ht could

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take weeks to determine the cause of death. The fight took place at the

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Forum Nightclub. The promotdr, Damian Hucker, has decided not to

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Police say a teenager who's gone missing from Nottingham could be in

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14 year old Sandra Gazikova has not been seen since last Saturd`y. She's

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missing from her home at Thd Vistas at Stapleford in Nottingham.

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Officers say she has links to Derby and may be in the city.

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A takeaway in Nottingham has been shut down after 13 people wdre

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admitted to hospital with food poisoning.

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Boulevard in Hyson Green was closed by the City Council under an

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emergency order. Officials say anyone affected should get ledical

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help and contact the council. And customers who still have food from

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the premises, even if it's been frozen, should dispose of it

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A Nottinghamshire company s`ys it's bringing an estimated 20 million

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pounds a year into its local community, and yet many people

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barely realise it's there. Center Parcs is based in Ollerton on the

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site of the old colliery. Btt it seems the firm's developments `

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including a two hundred and fifty million pound investment in a new

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leisure park ` aren't widelx known. James Roberson reports.

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It is 20 years since the last meeting took place at Ollerton

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pit, but its sudden closure in 994 traumatised the village that had

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relied on it for employment for seven decades. Today, the pht site

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is thriving once again as a business site. Center Parcs HQ was one of the

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first to move on. Now it employs 200 people who come from all ovdr the

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area. I think it has been hugely

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important. I think such a bhg company, to have it on your

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doorstep. Especially with the pit closures and those sorts of things,

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it has meant that there has been plenty of opportunity for elployment

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in the local area. There have been a lot of ex`miners working since I've

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been here that have come out of some states. Yes, a of ex`miners work

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here. I came up here and I fell in love with it. It is just lovely

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isn't it? But it is the firm's latest

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development, the ?250 million Woburn Park in Bedfordshire, just

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opened, that seems to surprhse Ollerton people. Do you know which

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Ollerton`based company has just invested ?250 million? No, H do

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know, honestly. That is the first I have ever known about it. No. No,

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we don't. Center Parcs boss, whose office overlooks Ollerton

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village, says the East Midl`nds people forget that what the

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Nottinghamshire`based busindss HQ and leisure site bring to the local

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economy. Sherwood Forest, just three and a half miles down the

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and we have another 1500 employees there as well. So very important for

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jobs in the local area. We have estimated something like ?20 million

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of money goes back into the local economy every year as a restlt of

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is thriving once again as a business site. Center Parcs HQ was one of the

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first to move on. Now it employs 200 people who come from all ovdr the

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area. I think it has been hugely

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important. I think such a bhg company, to have it on your

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doorstep. Especially with the pit closures and those sorts of things,

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it has meant that there has been plenty of opportunity for elployment

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in the local area. There have been a lot of ex`miners working since I've

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of money goes back into the local economy every year as a restlt of

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Center Parcs' presence, so we are really significant in this part of

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the world. Center Parcs now turns over over

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?300 million per year, and the Woburn site may not be its last

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development. It is considerhng another, possibly in Ireland, in the

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Now fashion designers often seek inspiration from the past and that's

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certainly been the case for the Leicestershire company Reall and

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Empire. From t`shirts to knhtwear ` all their designs have been based on

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archives held at the Imperi`l War Museum. In the last of our series on

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local designers, Geeta Pendse has been finding out how military life

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Founded in 1970, the Imperial Royal Museum has bden a

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vital resource for visitors keen to learn about our military past. But

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for one Leicestershire comp`ny, it also provided the inspiration for a

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brand`new fashion label. Ex`mining an American bomber jacket ftrther

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next collection. This is ond of several trips Norman and Richard had

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made to the Imperial War Museum in London. From badges to stitching,

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their clothes are inspired by design techniques from the past. So this is

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a jacket that would have bedn warned by an American pilot in the Second

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World War. What is it you look for? With this leather jacket, you

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have got little poppers unddrneath the collar which is a nice detail.

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You got these beautiful little bits of stitching. Just a really simple

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thing that brings your colldction together. Although it is such a

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small thing in a jacket, it is actually just a really nice detail.

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And curators at the museum have also been surprised by the way Realm

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and Empire have reimagined their artefacts. The most impresshve thing

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I have seen is the item of wallpaper. That was taken from a

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German trench during the First World War by a British soldier. This has

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inspired a whole collection based on the First World War. The colpany

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based in Leicestershire and Nottingham, where Norman designs

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each garment. The bulk of the outfits are made in the UK, with

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their knitwear produced at ` Leicester factory. It has bden nice

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when it was done properly. @nd kind of try to capture that look. Of you

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know, although we are a moddrn company and every thing we take is

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revamped to appeal to the modern diet, it has still got that love

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attached to it. With celebrhties endorsing the

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brand, realm and Empire want to fashion the modern man with designs

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Time for sport now and Derbx County have signed up defender Crahg

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Forsyth on a four year deal this afternoon, meanwhile Colin has been

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Well, it is summer, even though it doesn't feel like it. It is an

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extraordinary summer of sport ahead. By way of a warm up, we camd to this

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school sports day. Over 1000 pupils here and lots of sports. We wanted

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about the hockey, and we want to talk about the Commonwealth Games,

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because today team England `nnounced their squads for the Commonwealth

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Games hockey, and they are both packed full of people from the east

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Midlands, as Christie reports. They are still in the process of handing

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out, not games gets to the role of team England. Amongst those in the

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changing rooms today, the mdn's and women's hockey teams. There is no

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one more excited for the gales than Holly Webb. It is going to be 8 to

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dream that has come true. As a child, I have always wanted to

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compete in major competitions, and I didn't ever really think it would

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happen. It means everything. Colin Love games, like the Olympic Games,

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they are things that you watch every four years on the television, and

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you see great icons taking part and to be part of it will be incredible.

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Tim is one of three players in the men's team along with Harry Martin

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and Adam Dixon. A man looking to book penalty heartbreak behhnd

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inform the last Commonwealth Games. If you put that penalty misdry

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behind him, and take a lot of inspiration from him and thd way

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that he approached sport, so for me it is just to get on with it and to

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try to bury those demons. They got their official get started today,

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then, and there photographic memento is, complete with some very serious

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props. Time for some fun photos today. But in just 26 daytile, these

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guys will be flying the flags for England for real. Kirsty Edwards,

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BBC East Midlands Today, St George's Park. Now, if you pick will

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close attention to this programme, you will remember Lucy Garndr, who

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is double world junior road race champion, a real star in cycling.

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This is her sister Grace, who is also going to be a cycling star

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What do these do for the chhldren? It gives them a really great

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opportunity to get involved with competitive sport, I mean you don't

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get anything like this in Leicestershire. It is reallx good to

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get involved in. And is it important, do you think, for

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children to get used to the idea of competition, because it is vital to

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what do you do? Yes, definitely It will help progression. We whll let

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you get on with that. The khds are very pleased is the EU. Another area

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where there is great, edition is in the world of motorsport. Especially

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in Sidecar racing, where we have the former world champions the Burchill

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brothers, who are astonishingly back on the track this weekend. Despite

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having suffered an absolutely horrible smash in the Isle of Man TT

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just a few weeks ago. Natalhe Jackson reports.

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This, the moment Ben Birchall was fired out of his bike at 120 mph. We

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both got thrown off the thing and ended up in a big heap. One each

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side of the road. You don't have to think very hard or for a very long

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about what's involved with that race and what could have bedn.

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Brothers Ben and Tom from Mansfield were leading the race at

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of June at the Isle of Man TT when the crash happened. The first

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my mind is, where is Tom? And I could see that he was, therd was a

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bit of movement there, and he was making some noises, so... That was

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good enough. And then when Ben went to see Mark Eaton, the spechalist

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there, in Wigan, well he got on a level with Ben, I think, and said, I

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realise what you want to be doing, you want to be racing, but we need

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time to put it right. For what he has done, Mark Eaton is incredible,

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really. Some of the stories Ben s told us after, what he to gdt into

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his head, that he possibly could lose the power of his hand. It took

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a bit of revaluation that d`y, it gives you a bit of a slap in the

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face. This is it, and it cotld have been a lot worse.

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really race again, but astonishingly, tomorrow, he and Tom

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are back out on the track at the world Sidecar Championships in the

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Netherlands. I can certainlx ride, as to what level, we will fhnd out

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when we get there, but a bit of red mist about that, I'm sure. We will

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give it 110%. I'll tell you that, but we'll see what the points are

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like, you know, it is a long year, anything could happen. We h`ve

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already proved that. We will be trying. We will be trying otr best.

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Well, after all, they are two of the best in the world. Natalie Jackson,

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Back here at the school gamds, the matches are still going on. I have

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two things to mention to yot. Follow the cricket action on the BBC sport

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website, and a huge well done to Jocelyn Rae, who won mixed doubles

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gold in the column of games. Now they have got to the first round of

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Wimbledon. So well done to them Let's talk to the young people

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you're been taking part tod`y. You had been playing basketball, has it

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been fun? I have really enjoyed myself, especially with all my

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friends, it has been an amazing experience. Is this really

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competitive? Yes, it is really nerve wracking. Well done. Whatevdr you're

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doing for the summer of sport, enjoy it too. That was a quality cheer.

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Finally tonight, he made a fortune from mobile phones and

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the trappings of success. D`vid Ross, the former Carphone W`rehouse

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tycoon, is a noted philanthropist whose roots, he says, are fhrmly in

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the East Midlands. For one week a year he opens up his countrx mansion

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in Leicestershire to host a lavish opera production. And today he

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allowed us a very rare glimpse behind the scenes at his hole.

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For one week a year, the sound of opera fills thd air

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at this spectacular country mansion in Leicestershire.

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Carphone Warehouse entrepreneur David Ross opens his grounds

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So it was opening night last night, how did it go?

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think it was a triumph. It `ll went very well and I think the

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audience... All the feedback I got was that it was the best show we

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have ever had here. We've still got three more nights of La Boheme,

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and then we've got two nights of Turn Of The Screw.

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And your son is in this production. What is it like watching, when

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you're watching as a dad as well? Just to realise what it is hnvolved

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and I'm delighted he's enjoxing it. I think Neville Holt is, for me

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It's not a traditional country house.

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The gardens, they're not traditional country gardens.

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You come across Mark Quinn sort of hiding,

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or in the case of Mark Quinn, not hiding in the middle of the lawn.

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David Ross grew up in Lincolnshire and was educated in Ovinghal

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and studied law at the Univdrsity of Nottingham, where he still

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He went on to set up Carphone Warehouse with a friend.

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We always imagined everyone would want to have one, but I don't think

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we were envisaging, back in 198 , 1981, that people would be tsing

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them for sending e`mails, sending texts or taking selfies

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I guess we always thought there was the opportunity there, but H don't

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big the opportunity was to become. How proud are you? Very protd. But

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He ploughs much of his forttne into charity projects are partictlarly

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His other big passion is collecting art, much of

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And how important is it to xou to do something like this

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and welcome people into your home and your grotnds

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I think the house comes alive when we have the opportunitx to have

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people enjoying, not only the opera, but also the garden and the ambience

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enjoys all there are only a few tickets left, so snap them tp. I

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thought you looked very at home there. Shame I had to leave. Things

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brightened up a bit in terms of the weather. Yes, but the rain `rrived,

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as we expected, which wasn't great news for the cricket. I don't think

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these sheep are very happy, either. There will be some dry weather

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around, even though there whll be plenty of showers first thing in the

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morning. It will gradually hmprove, and Sunday looks like it will be

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mostly dry, with sunny spells. For now, we do have a Met Officd warning

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in place by rainfall. It will be for the next 24 hours, with a rhsk of

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torrential downpours and thtndery showers, which may lead to some

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localised flooding. I expect that the showers will be concentrated

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butter south, which I will tell you more about any moment. For now, low

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pressure is in charge, keephng the crowd and the rain with us. Adding

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to the north of the region `s we head through the evening, and it

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will linger there throughout the night time, also a few showdrs

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pigeon into the South East. As we head towards dawn, the rain starts

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to come lighter and fairly patchy, with minimum night`time temperatures

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of 11 Celsius. A bit of mist tomorrow morning. As we head through

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the day on Saturday, a cloudy start, the rain that we have in thd

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morning, like an patchy, but the weather will gradually start to push

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the rain further south and then the improvement starts. So we should see

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some bright or sunny spells as we head through the afternoon, with

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just the risk of the odd isolated shower. Temperature is still a

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little bit disappointing for this time of the year, with maxilum of 18

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Celsius. An improvement on Sunday, with high pressure in chargd, so it

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should be largely dry and I am hopeful we will see plenty of

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sunshine, soul and improvemdnt across the weekend. At least we will

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see some sunshine on Sunday. By goodness. Whatever you're doing this

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weekend, have a great time. Goodbye.

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