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With your news now for the East Midlands, I'm Maurice Flynn.
It's been confirmed the country's most senior clergy
of both the Catholic Church and the Church of England whll be
taking part in the re`internment of King Richard III in Leicdster.
The king died a Catholic almost 60 years before
Until today it wasn't clear how Catholicism would be reflected
in next year's event. Carol Hinds reports.
A procession could form part of the services and ceremonies which will
be held for the internment of King and the third `` Cymru and the
third. The most senior membdrs of the Catholic Church and the Church
of England will take part `` Richard III. The King's remains will be
received, that is an inch and service which is part of both
traditions `` inching service. It eventually became the Anglican
parish church. We are absolttely delighted the Cardinal is coming
here to preach in the cathedral The Anglican Church was established in
1534. Next year will be 530 years since his death in 1485. We
celebrate Mass for departed brothers and sisters, so we will prax for
Richard III's soul. The authorities say next year's ceremonies will be
special services. But should not be thought of as a state funer`l. It is
neither a state nor a funer`l, the cause the funeral took placd, that
cannot be ripped Peter had `` repeated. It is an internment. Work
is underway both inside and outside Leicester Cathedral as they prepare
for a week of special services. Police are investigating
a firearms incident in Derbx. They say a group of people
forced their way into Two people inside
suffered minor injuries ` Four people, aged between 26 and 32,
have been arrested. The father of a young woman who
died suddenly from an undiagnosed heart problem is raising funds to
research the condition. Retired teacher John Holmes,
from Derbyshire, will be directly following
in his daughter's footsteps by trekking through
part of the Himalayas. Many people put their feet tp on
retiring, but John Holmes from Derby has set himself a high`altitude
challenge. The challenge is to take a trek all the way around a stretch
just short of 200 miles in the Himalayas. My daughter, whol we lost
five years ago, the year before she died, it was part of her trhp around
the world, one of the things she wanted to do for many years. When
she came back in the summer, she had been travelling for quite a long
time after it, and she said it was one of the most enjoyable things she
did. And you could do that! John is also raising money for charhties in
his daughter's name. We revhved her enough in order for her to donate
organs. She would have also wanted that. There was not enough time to
save her life, unfortunatelx. I have got a real picture in my mind
already of what it is like `ll the way up. When I get up to thd pass,
which I will do, it will be rather special. He will be setting off next
month. Hundreds of others were on foot
today, and throwing off thehr shoes for the barefoot walk in Nottingham.
It was to highlight poverty in places of the world that cannot
afford shoes. You could walk three or five kilometres around the park,
with spears shoes being don`ted to charity. `` spare shoes.
The fire brigade had to givd some help to those using a giant slide
The 100ft inflatable was set up on Kipling Drive,
But with washing`up liquid and a little extra water prdssure,
It was a lot faster than I thought it was going to be, and wet. Very
wet. You do not slow down when you hit the full form at the bottom As
you can see, I am absolutelx drenched. It is good, it is great,
lots of people around, it is good. There is nothing better in the world
than a water slide. Determined to have a go, I was!
Here is the weather forecast. It has been a superb day today, and
very little in the way of change. There will be loads of that lovely
sunshine returning through tomorrow. Little changing for the rest of the
day and through tonight. St`ying dry throughout the night, clear skies as
well. The temperatures are going to take a tumble tonight, down to
around four, 5 degrees in rtral spots. Fog clears out of thd way
through the morning, and it looks as though we're in for a superb day.
Little bit of Fairweather cloud but a beautiful afternoon, sunshine and
blue skies, feeling pleasant with highs of 18, 19 Celsius. Quote will
be returning next week on Ttesday. `` cloud.
More from me at 10:30pm. Good night. Good evening. Most of us had a
lovely end to the weekend but the exception was the north-east of
Scotland. It was cold, wet and windy but the low responsible is now
moving away and we have high pressure moving its way in from the
West. The pressure is rising all the while over the next few days which
will settle things down nicely and it will be dry pretty much all week.
But the forecasting headache will be the amount of cloud. The next few
hours will still be pretty wet and windy in the north-east of Scotland
but through the small hours the ring becomes quite liked and patchy.
Elsewhere it is a dry night, a few patches of low cloud here and there
but for many it is a night of clear spells, and major towns and cities
will be a degree either side of double figures but in rural areas
temperatures could reach as low as one degree. Northern Scotland will
be cloudy and breezy, not much Rangers peak of but they will be
some. The central lowlands will