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6pm. It's goodbye from me and on BBC One, we join our teams where you

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are. Hello and welcome to Thursday's Look

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East. Coming up in the next 30 minutes, heavy rain and strong winds

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` the worst coastal tidal surge for 60 years is expected to hit the

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region within the hour. We'll be live in King's Lynn.

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Six months after it was stripped of Children's Services over safety

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fears Bedford Hospital is back in business.

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First tonight, King's Lynn is bracing itself for the worst coastal

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tidal surge for 60 years. It will hit the town within the hour before

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moving around the coast. But over the course of tonight, heavy rain

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and gusts of up to 60 or 70 miles per hour are expected to batter

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other parts of the region. Mike Cartwright is in King's Lynn now.

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They knew this was coming. Are they ready? Well, they said they were,

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but have a look at this. This is just starting to happen. This is

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floodwater seeping in under these huge floodgates which have been shut

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tight and screwed tight. This is literally whooping, the town is that

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way `` this is literally happening, the town is that way. The

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Environment Agency says once the water pushes up against it, they

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will close tight. They are expecting it to rise 30 cms up that gate.

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They've been putting the flood protection into action all along the

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quayside here. They've been putting up wooden boards, putting up metal

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struts and making homes and businesses safe. This is the first

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place where this tidal surge is going to strike. It seems to be

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striking right now across the East Coast. Have a look over here. This

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has risen dramatically since we've been on ire. `` on air. These are

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sluice gates. They are saying these are part of their flood defences and

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they should hold. This is the quayside. Literally two minutes ago

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we could see the edge of the quayside. Now it has completely

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gone. Cars have been taken away. Let me bring you over here. That is the

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quayside now. Literally in the last minute that has is now completely

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underwater. This is a tidal river. It flows down the business beach. In

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that `` down to Wisbech. We are expect people who've got cars parked

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on the front to put them to safe positions and for people to stay

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away from the seafront tonight. The sea is a very dangerous thing. We

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recommend people keep away from the coast. Mike, the issues in King's

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Lynn are clear, but there've been strong winds across the rest of the

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region. What effect have they had today? We are getting reports of

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trees down on A roads across the region and in residential areas too.

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This was a tree that fell on a car in Cambridge city centre today.

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People having to put the branches off. We are also getting reports of

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a double`decker blown over north of Peterborough. No reports of any

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injuries. Lorries being blown off the road. While driving here I saw

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one lorry blown off near Ely. We are getting reports from First Capital

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Connect. Winds have caused problems with power lines and there are

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delays to trains from King's Cross to Peterborough. You can tune in to

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your local radio stations. Mike, thank you. We'll join him again for

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our late news at 10. 25pm and Alex Dolan will have a full forecast.

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In other news, six months after it was stripped of its children's

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services because of fears for patient safety, Bedford Hospital

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says it's almost back on track. Most paediatric services were shut down

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in the summer, sparking protests from parents forced to take their

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children elsewhere for treatment. So how's the hospital turning things

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around? Ben Bland reports. They've never met but Lauren, Victor and

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Joshua all have something in common. While Bedford Hospital's Children's

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Services were suspended all three had to be taken elsewhere for

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treatment. Now many of the services have returned. The service wouldn't

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have come back to this level if it wasn't safe. We do have a big

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inspection in February to ensure that what we've said we are doing we

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are doing. They will want to see what our pathways look like, want to

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see whether children coming here for a short stay, do they end up coming

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back to another hospital? In April junior doctors complained they

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weren't getting enough support from senior doctors and feared it was

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putting patients at risk. From August the hospital suspended a lot

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of its children's care, including overnight stays, planned surgery and

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A services. Some of those returned in September. GPs could refer

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patients for treatment. Today they were extended today. The children's

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River bank unit is now open 24 hours a day and more services have

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returned. But there are some important exceptions. Children

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needing care lasting more than a day will be taken to other hospitals, as

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will those under 16 being picked up by a 999 ambulance. For the

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majority, 95% of those people who use the River bank unit, they won't

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see any difference. There'll be a difference for those young people

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and children who needed to stay beyond the 23`hour stay. Many

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parents will be glad to see Children's Services restored for

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now, but bosses are reviewing how and where all healthcare is provided

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across Bedfordshire, so the long`term future of children's care

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at the hospital remains uncertain. CCTV pictures have emerged of the

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moment a man brandished a hammer and robbed a convenience store in

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Northamptonshire. It happened just before closing time at the

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Costcutter in Broadlands in Desborough ten days ago. The man

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took the day's takings from the till and a quantity of cigarettes. The

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shop worker was injured during the attack. Police are appealing for

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witnesses. Detectives investigating the murder

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of Sharif Demirsay in Bedfordshire have made another arrest. The

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65`year`old grandfather died at his house in Vineyard Way in Kempston in

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May. A 17`year`old man was arrested this morning at Hartwell Drive in

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Kempston on suspicion of conspiracy to commit aggravated burglary at Mr

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Demirsay's home. Four other teenagers have already been charged

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with murder and will stand trial in February.

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Pensioners who can afford to heat their homes without the winter fuel

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allowance are being asked to donate it this year to help families in

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need. The request comes from the Citizen's Advice Bureau and City

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Food Bank in Cambridge. The allowance, which amounts to anything

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between ?100 and ?300 depending on circumstances, is given out to

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everyone born before 5th January, 1952. The charities say that 16% of

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people in Cambridge alone live in so`called fuel poverty. And for many

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it can be the choice between heating or eating. This report from Emma

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Baugh. It's the busiest time of the year for the food bank, helping up

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to a thousand people in just one month. Those in food poverty are

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often in fuel poverty, and,000 charities are coming up `` and now

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charities are coming up with new ways to help those they feed. The

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food bank has been helping feed people for four years but now they

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want to help people heat their homes. They are asking people who

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can afford to to give up their ?200 winter fuel payment. It will help

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people in the coldest winter months. We do feel there's people who might

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want to give their fuel allowance. They don't need it themselves but

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may be wondering how to pass it on to the people that really need it.

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We are hoping to be that bridge for those that don't have things that

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don't need it to give it to the people that really haven't got that

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and have no way to produce that. The Citizens Advice Bureau has been

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giving general guidance on money matters for 75 years, but now what

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they do here is changing. We've had people coming to us for advice on

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how to manage their debts. Now people are coming to us for advice

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on how to put food on the table that evening. It really is quite a

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desperate situation. But do people living locally think it is a good

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idea? I think it is justified for people to keep their money. On the

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other hand, if you can afford it, it is probably a very good idea to

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donate it to that cause. If they've got tonnes of money anyway, so they

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could help us poorer ones. I think it is alright those that have got

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money. But those that haven't, but will they give it up? Charities are

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now identifying who is in genuine fuel crisis so they don't have to

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choose between heating and eating. More than ?1 billion could be spent

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on transport and housing in the Cambridge area. The Government says

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it will approve plans to allow local authorities in the area to keep a

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bigger share of tax receipts, which will be used to fund infrastructure

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projects. The Chancellor told MPs the details were still being worked

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on, but said they would make a big difference. I think it's a classic

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example of a good local authority and local MPs working with the

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national Government to secure a long`term plan that will help jobs

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and housing be created in that incredibly important city.

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Andrew Sinclair is on his way back from Westminster. Andrew, how will

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this all work? It is a rather complicated idea but put simply, it

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looks as if the councils will be allowed to keep some of the minute

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which they collect in taxes and use it specifically for developing

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transport and housing projects. Several other authorities in the

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country do this but it looks as if the Cambridge scheme will be unique,

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with authorities in the greater Cambridge area getting special

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powers over planning and getting ?1 billion or perhaps more to play

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with. Why Cambridge? The Government says it is an important business

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growth area. The thinking is if you improve the infrastructure you will

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grow the economy. Political parties in the Cambridge area are excited

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about this tonight. There is even talk of using some of the money to

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develop an underground railway system. There were hints today about

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further investment in this region weren't there? Yes. This is still

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some way off in the future and it could be affected by the next

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election. The Government talked about wanting to set up kwooif

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quantum research centres in the UK. We have a specialism in quantum

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research in Cambridge, so they might be good candidates to get one of

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these centres. The Government wanted to establish a clab rative space

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programme, giving money to companies involved in the space race. We have

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several companies that already do that. It seems as though we've had

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lots of announcements about this region in the last few days. The A

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14 yesterday. Anything else today? Well, one other big one, there is

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going to be a regional tax break for regional theatres. That will go down

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well in our region, which often feels they've lost out to London

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theatres. Research shows that in London the Government spends ?69 per

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head on the arts. Out of London it is just ?4`60. Andrew, thank you.

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A row is brewing in Bishop's Stortford over plans for more than

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2,000 homes to the north of the town. This afternoon more than 200

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people turned up at a meeting to protest at the application.

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Campaigners say the development will be the biggest Bishop's Stortford

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has seen in 30 years. Bishop's Stortford, like almost every town

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and city in our region, needs to build more houses. But the thorny

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question as always is where. The prospect of a housing shortage being

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filled by building over 2,000 houses on this open countryside is one

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which horrifies local residents. I think I could say they were being

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uxtd we've had the development in the 1970s, St Michael's Mead in the

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1980s and now this. It is ruining the town as a market town. And it is

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the impact of traffic not just on country roads but on Bishop's

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Stortford's historic town centre which worries residents. This

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afternoon of 200 people attended this meeting, with some airing their

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concerns via video link and in person. In this these days when

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people are demanding joined up thinking, this application lacks

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just that. East Hertshire District Council is recommending this

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application be approved, and says the town has almost become a victim

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of its own success. Developers will often say that hertz fir generally

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and certainly Bishop's Stortford are areas that they do see as favourable

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for development. Bishop's Stortford is very well located in that

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respect. The M11, Stansted, good rail links as well. But because of

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that we want to ensure that development is managed and therefore

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it brings along the facilities and the infrastructure that goes with

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it. George Osborne said today, if we want more people to own their own

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home, we need to build more homes. The council will decide tonight

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whether Bishop's Stortford will play its part in solving the housing

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shortage by building new houses here.

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A waste recycling plant in Cambridgeshire which broke down 15

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months ago is finally up and running again. The facility at Waterbeach

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was built to save the county millions of pounds by cutting down

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the amount of black bin waste. The company which runs the plant has

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been held responsible for the increase in landfill tax incurred by

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the county whilst the machine was out of action.

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Later in the programme Alex Dolan will have that all`important weather

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forecast, but now it's back to Stewart and Susie

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walking off with the match ball. Norwich will be relieved they won't

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see him again until April. Still to come: The News of the storm

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surges with Alex. We will also have the story of the

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Essex school and the missing time capsule.

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All this week we've been meeting the people on the short list to become

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the BBC East Unsung Sporting Hero. We've already met two people who

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coach netball. Tonight, it's the turn of gymnastics.

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Brenda Hughes has devoted more than 30 years to a gymnastics club in

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Northampton which caters for children with special needs. And her

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commitment has had amazing results. A big stretch, Sophie. That's it.

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It's difficult to say how many gymnasts render has guided over the

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years, but after 30 years of war maps it must run into the thousands.

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You get older and you think, will I give it up? But so long as your

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brain is on the ball and your body can cope, it keeps you active and

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alert and it fills my life out. I find it hard to miss it. Brenda is

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the heart and soul of Northampton 's Lings Forum Gymnastic Club, the only

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place which caters for special needs children is locally. She is an

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ambassador of gymnastics. She loves the sport and has a passion which is

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evident in the way she coaches and the relationship she has with

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parents and gymnasts. 14`year`old Eddie learned to point her toes and

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take the brunt `` plunge with Brenda and has her coach for the amazing

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display at the Olympics. I got five gold medals thanks to her and I had

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all the confidence from Brenda. 22 years ago, after I had my third

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daughter and she was down syndrome, I started a branch of this and we

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are the only one in the county, and only two in East Midlands, that have

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gymnasts with disabilities. It is her skill that working with girls

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with all abilities which stands out. Her commitment to gymnastics in

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Northamptonshire is huge. Describe how it felt when you realised you

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had been short listed? It was a big surprise. It knocked me for six

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because I am not the sort of people that is in the front line for

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anything. I organise in the background. She is wonderful and

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helped me with nearly everything. She is really special and a big part

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of my life. She always tells you to be happy and try your hardest.

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Brenda 's club is a happy club, small `` full of smiles: `` full of

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smiles, colour and opportunity. We'll be announcing the winner

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tomorrow night. There are 200 buildings which are officially

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listed as being "at risk" across the East, according to English Heritage.

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And tonight on BBC One, there's a programme about the campaigners

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hoping to save some of them. It's called Restoring England's

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Heritage. It features several important buildings in this region

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and it's presented by John Sergeant. When I spoke to him about the

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programme, he told me why he thinks people are now so interested in

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saving buildings which had been allowed to fall apart for years.

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I think people realise that, if you are not careful, the buildings up

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can go and lost forever. If you don't do work of this sort, the

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places you visit all look the same. The same shops on the high street,

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the same buildings and the stain `` same materials, but if you restore

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one of these old buildings, you can attract visitors more easily. You

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have seen different things in our part of the world, starting with

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something from the Second World War? Yes, the radar station in

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Suffolk built in 1937 and the first proper radar station in the world.

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Although the Germans didn't know that at the time, the network of

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radar stations, starting with board seat, would be the key factor in us

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winning the battle of Britain. Rhetorically something like that

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takes effort and money? Yes, they have worked for many years and they

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still haven't got it right because there is a lot of money involved and

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you can't expect to get much money from people who will then come to

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visit. So you need money from English Heritage and the not refund.

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I think is worth it. `` the lottery fund. The little gem in great

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Yarmouth? The Winter Gardens. What a terrific building that is. Crystal

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Palace started the craze for these buildings made of cast iron and

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plate glass and then every town wanted one, particularly a seaside

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resort like great Yarmouth. But they found one in Torquay which had

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already been built. In 1903, it was packed up and put onto barges and

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re`erected in great Yarmouth. If the restoration goes according to plan,

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it is the sort of fat `` the sort of thing that could attract visitors?

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The plan is for it to be made into a Winter Gardens again so it will have

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lots of plants, exotic plants and the Royal horticultural Society will

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be involved so you can't say better than that. It must be a delight for

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you to go around and see so many different things? And what gets you

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going is the volunteers because without them you don't get a

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restoration project. Also, you think how interesting it is that Saint

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Mary 's is an old church in Clophill and not used for 150 years. They

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will restore most of it but they will also build lodges,

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accommodation for visitors. So, give it a new use if you can. Thank you

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for your company. A couple of weeks ago, we told you

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about a junior school in Essex which had buried a time capsule 25 years

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ago. The only problem was, when they came to dig it up, they couldn't

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find it. You can imagine, everybody at

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Writtle Junior School near Chelmsford was very disappointed.

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This report from Mike Liggins. In October, pupils, former pupils

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and staff gathered to celebrate 25 years of the school. They thought it

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would be fun to dig up a capsule buried in 1988. We all had to think

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or make something to put into the Time Capsule. It had a first and

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second class stamp in it because I remember thinking recently it would

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be interesting to see what they were. They started digging and they

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kept digging, but no sign of the capsule. Before the school grounds

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became a muddy heap they stopped digging. Retail heritage were called

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and they threw everything at the problem. A super`duper metal

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detector and Olivia helped out with divining rods and, guess what? They

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found the capsule? They are incredible. Really intelligent. They

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always cross over and you think, what will they do? The findings of

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the detector were conformed `` confirmed by the dowsing rods. Dug

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it up and low and behold! That is what we had. The children were

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really inquisitive to find out what had been put in there. Now we can

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have a look at the contents, pack them up and rebury them with a new

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Time Capsule. In the capsule, was a copy of the Daily Telegraph, a train

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ticket, a stamp and a Star Wars toy. The capsule is being reburied with

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the new items in the New Year. Perhaps a map and a very big sign

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saying where might be a very good idea!

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Back to our top story and the tidal surge. Last time we spoke to Debbie

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she was being told to leave the pub. Have you left now?

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Yes, the water came over the key and hour and a half earlier than

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expected. There is already five feet of water there and the road behind

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me, the main road, has three feet of water. People behind me have been

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evacuated from the pub because the electricity has gone off and the

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whole town is on flood alert. It could be a lot worse here than

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expected. Thank you very much.

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That is the situation in Wales. Alex is here.

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Thank you. We have had a deepening area of low pressure bringing strong

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winds across the region. 72 mph gusts recorded at Wattisham. Coastal

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flooding has already caused problems in Wales. `` Wells.

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A bulge of water is being pushed towards the coast line in strong

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onshore winds. Of course, it is coinciding with high tides and that

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is where the risk becomes highest. If we have a reminder of when the

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high tides are. Right the way through the evening. It does not

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mean when flooding can occur as there may be a delay. Further down

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the coast, you can see high tides over the next few hours into the

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early hours. It will also get very cold tonight

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because the weather front has brought in lots of cold arctic air.

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For many of us temperatures will fall below freezing. We didn't have

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a lot of rainfall earlier but it brings the risk of icy patches and

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the risk of a frost. The winds will ease this evening and overnight.

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Remaining windy across the North Norfolk coast but not as windy as

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today. Into tomorrow morning, we start clear and bright but bitterly

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cold. Temperatures are not expected to get higher than three or four

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Celsius tomorrow. We will see some sunshine. Wind coming from a

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north`westerly direction. Breezy around the coast but a moderate wind

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for most. Dry into the afternoon with dry and sunny spells to come.

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High pressure builds backing so the cloud comes back. Cold on Friday but

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temperatures recovering. The wind will be lighter and we may well see

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bright and sunny spells but as we get to the beginning of next week,

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temperatures declined just `` temperatures climb to double

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figures. With cloud around, temperatures will not be quite so

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low. With any flooding concerns, here is the flat line number.

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And you will be back on the late bulletin tonight.

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Please don't go anywhere to film anything tonight, but if you get

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some good pictures, we would love to see them. Good night.

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