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Two boys feared drowned, as two bodies are discovered.

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One in the Great Ouse, the other in a disused quarry.

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On the riverbank near Huntingdon, tributes to a friend

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We'll have the latest on both accidents and ask could they

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Wives that keep on singing, this time at the Saffron Hall And

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under the hammer at Silverstone a chance to buy

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Two school boys are feared to have drowned in separate incidents

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in Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire on the first day

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With temperatures soaring, a 16`year`old from Luton went swimming

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His body was found by police divers this lunchtime

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On the River Great Ouse near Huntingdon, 15`year`old

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Ronny John was swimming with friends when he slipped under the water.

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His body was found in the early hours of this lorning.

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Let's go live to our chief correspondent Kim Riley at Hartford.

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Amanda, this is an idyllic spot between Huntingdon and St Ives. On

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days like today, the water looks cool and inviting. Local people say

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every summer for as long as I can remember, young people have come

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here to cool off. Invariablx, remember, young people have come

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here to cool off. Invariably, they jump in. Yesterday, in high spirits,

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teenagers did just that, it cost one of them his life. Friends of

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15`year`old Ronnie John layhng flowers at the spot where he died.

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Police were called after he was reported missing. Fire crews and

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water search teams began hunting for him. This morning, police confirmed

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that the body had been recovered after 2am. Danielle was in the river

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at the time he stepped out of sight. I went under the water to see if I

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I went under the water to sde if I could see him but I couldn't. I came

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back up and went under a gale, that is when all the big man jumped in

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and try to help him. That is all I remember. Tony and Heather Latthews

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live on the river bank, yards on the tragedy. There is very little

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supervision, a lot of people swim supervision, a lot of people swim

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and leap in the water, you can imagine what you want, it is nice

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weather. It is a river, it is quite weather. It is a river, it is quite

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dangerous and very deep in some places. There are all kinds of

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objects in the bottom of the river but we may not know about. Ht is not

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but we may not know about. It is not the safest place to swim. W`lly John

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was a popular pupil at Saint Peters School in Huntingdon. `` Ronnie

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John. The head teacher said they were devastated by the tragddy.

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John. The head teacher said they were devastated by the tragedy. This

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afternoon, more of his friends laid flowers, echoing the many tributes

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paid on social media. He was always smiling, never sad, always cheer

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people up at school. He didn't deserve this. He always used to play

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basketball, was always happx, going basketball, was always happx, going

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to miss that about him. He played in the same cricket team, he was

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to miss that about him. He played in the same cricket team, he w`s funny,

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really good sportsman and we were really good sportsman and wd were

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like brothers together. The school said it would be arranging

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counselling, and sent it deepest counselling, and sent it deepest

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condolences to his family. @s news condolences to his family. As news

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spread, police divers in Bedfordshire was still diving

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2`macro searching for a boy who went missing `` police were still

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searching for a boy who went missing not far from Luton.

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It has been an agonising waht for the family and friends

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of the teenage boy who went swimming at this Bedfordshire quarry.

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He was with friends, when he got into difficulty

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We haven't been able to get closer to see the search going on,

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because it is so far into the middle of the quarry site.

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Even the footpath leading to it has been cordoned off.

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Bedfordshire Police were called just after 6:40 PM yesterday evening

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The fire rescue and Ambulance Services also attended.

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The search went on into the night, this morning the search

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A specialist team of police divers were called in

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Shortly after lunch time, the news they had been fearhng.

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Police confirmed they had found a body.

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The boy is understood is understood to be 16`year`old Connor from Luton.

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At a nearby school, his family and friends are being looked after

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As they came to terms with the fact that

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I have spent the day in the village nearby, someone told me that people

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had recently raised concerns about children swimming in those quarries.

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Their fear was of something like this happening.

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This incident, at the start of the school holidays,

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is a reminder of how dangerous swimming in quarry lakes

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Police say the death of Ronnie John is not being treated as suspicious

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and will now be subject to an and will now be subject to `n

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investigation by the coroner. Police are urging people to resist the

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temptation of entering thesd temptation of entering these

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waters, saying you never know what lies beneath.

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July and August always see ` peak in accidents with hot weather

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Last year 36 people drowned in the Eastern region.

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In the UK as a whole the figure was nearly 400,

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with more than half happening inland in rivers and lakes.

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Earlier I spoke to David Walker from the Royal Society

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As an organisation they say drowning deaths are preventable,

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As a community, there is a lot more that we could do, we need

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to equip young children, chhldren in school, with basic swimming

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skills, which is really quite low compared to the rest of the world.

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For me, the key question is, are there enough safe places

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People and families, who want to swim, have a choice between a

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swimming pool, a lifeguarded beach at the coast, or a sporadic number

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It is a hard choice to make if you don't go to the coast or you

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For me, it is about, is there enough safe places to swim?

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There is a basic safety message tp get across,

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Absolutely, unfortunately, every year we see between 40

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and 60 young men who drown in inland waters, the key risk is to do

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We have quite nice air tempdrature today, 28 or 29 Celsius,

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but the water temperature c`n be done to 14 or 15 Celsius.

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The average temperature is 12 around our coast.

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That can bring on cold water shock, that catches people out

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You lose your ability to swim, you lose your ability to brdathe

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properly, you inhale water `nd that speeds the drowning process.

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We have plenty of other campaigns, drink driving, speeding,

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why are you, the body responsible for preventing accidents, not

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We try very hard, we work in schools,

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we work with our partners in the Coast Guard, RNLI, and Royal Life

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Saving Society, a lot of people are trying to put this message `cross.

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The drowning rate has decre`sed since the 70s, we have improved,

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but not to the extent that we would like to see.

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Every year, we see around 400 people, we feel that a lot

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It is a societal choice, wotld be to make a decision whether we want to

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have the site and we want to invest in swimming pools and facilities

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In other news, Police say the key to what made a migrant worker push

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his fiancee into the path of a car on the A47 could lie with

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his fiancee into the path of a car on the A47 could lhe with

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Tadas Zaleskas and part`timd beautician Nonita Karajevaite had

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been walking barefoot alongside the A47 at Terrington St John

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Tadas then threw himself in front of the same car.

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Candles still flicker with side the dual carriageway where Nonita

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Karajevaite and his fiancee Tadas Zaleskas killed. Nearby, police

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searched the verge of clues to what pushed him to push her in front of a

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car, before killing himself. Gavin was driving home was before midday

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when he saw them to riding home There were just walking, holding

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hands, nobody was in danger or arguing or flustered, there are very

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casual, walking like a couple. The pair rented this bungalow,

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neighbours said they barely knew them. We never saw them. Lottie was

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torture? No, never `` not to talk to? Never saw them at all. There is

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a strong Eastern European hdre. to? Never saw them at all. There is

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a strong Eastern European here. `` a strong Eastern European hdre. ``

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Eastern European community. It is very strange, very strange. They

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didn't look like they were taking drugs, they just look normal, though

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a full`time workers. Tadas Nonita Karajevaite had worked here, her

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boss said she was a very good worker. These are the last hmages of

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worker. These are the last images of Nonita Karajevaite and Tadas

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Zaleskas nearby the A47 an hour before they died. The feeling is

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that the key lies with the couple themselves. We knew they were a

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tight`knit couple, with a fdw themselves. We knew they were a

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tight`knit couple, with a few close tight`knit couple, with a few close

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friends from the Lithuanian community. Police are keen for

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anyone who saw the couple to contact them. Many will have seen their last

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moments in what is a bizarrd and moments in what is a bizarre and

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tragic event. The decision to close an elderly day

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care centre in Wellingborough has Campaigners say the centre is

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a lifeline for people in thd town and helps to ease loneliness,

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which is now recognised as causing But the council says budgets are

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tight and savings have to bd made. She has survived a heart attack

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stroke and epilepsy, but now for Margaret, her biggest challenge is

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loneliness. We don't fry and friends like you can just go and talk on the

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bus. `` we don't find friends. I find it difficult, what havd I got

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find it difficult, what have I got left? Nothing. Only four walls. Away

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from a Wellingborough, loneliness has become a national issue,

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councils are giving money to help tackle it because they fear it is

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affecting health. But here at Glamis affecting health. But here `t Glamis

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Hall, decisions have to be made. Hall, decisions have to be made.

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Wellingborough is not alone in losing services, councils around the

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country have to make tough decisions. Many people say that

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consultation and alternative decisions. Many people say that

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consultation and alternativd ways of consultation and alternativd ways of

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caring for people becomes all the more important. A counsellor here as

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resigned from his group over the way the decision was made. The leader

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says that Glamis Hall is no longer viable. If this government gives us

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the money, all the better. But in a Wellingborough, they annually cut

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our council grant by 10%. That is a lot of money every year. Heather

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lot of money every year. He`ther Saunders Tadas Zaleskas mother has

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Alzheimer's and uses the centre a lot. Everybody knows there `re more

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elderly people now, we need to look after them. We need to be looking at

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the care provision for them and trying to provide something that is

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sustainable. To close it, I would have to say goodbye to my friends,

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that is something I cannot cope with. I haven't blogged on this

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earth, they are kicking me to the curb `` I haven't got long on this

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earth. Without the money, the council say they face the centre

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council say they face the cdntre closing by the end of the year.

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Network Rail is considering shutting all level crossings on the

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East Coast mainline between Kings Cross and Doncaster, includhng 2

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A feasibility study will be carried out at each location to see

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It could mean bridges are btilt or traffic taking alternative routes.

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It'll also mean Network Rail saves money on maintenance.

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Obviously, we have to think about the impact on the local community.

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People's journey times, we wouldn't want to propose

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a diversion that would take a lot longer than the existing journey.

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We have to focus on the fact that their journey time

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may be slightly longer, but they haven't got the worry of stopping

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at a level crossing for a couple of minutes at the train passes.

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Trains travelling into London Euston will be disrupted over thred

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It will affect passengers travelling from Milton Keynes and Northampton

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It's because of closures and track upgrades in the Watford are`.

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Still to come tonight, down with the weekend weather. Plus, for sale at

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Silverstone, a jump jet, too careful owners.

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The East has its first gold of the Commonwealth Games.

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Colin Oates, who's from Norfolk won it in the judo last night.

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We'll hear from him in a moment, but first, Jonathan Park looks back

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at how he won his medal and how his sporting journey to Glasgow

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Colin Oates, absolutely brilliant. Success like this does not happen

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overnight. For Colin Oates, his journey began when he was fhve. 25

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years later, on the banks of the River Clyde, he confirmed his

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years later, on the banks of the River Clyde, he confirmed hhs number

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River Clyde, he confirmed his number one status by toppling his opponent

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in a 66 kilograms final. I came here for one purpose, to take gold. The

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expectation was there and sometimes that is tough, but I handled it

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well. He has gone from strength to strength since his Olympic debut in

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London. He arrived in Glasgow on the back of a career`best result,

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winning the grand slam event, so no shortage of confidence on the as his

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opponent found out. He was going for the leg. He can enjoy a few days off

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now before the hard work st`rts now before the hard work starts

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again, preparing for the World Championships later on in the year.

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He goes there with a new title, Commonwealth champion.

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And a little earlier this afternoon I spoke to Colin Oates from Glasgow.

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I started by asking him to show us his gold medal

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It has been a long journey to get here and win a Commonwealth medals.

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I have been progressing in these last few years and really ptshing

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last few years and really pushing on. It is a fantastic achievement

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for me and I am really proud. You have gone from strength to strength

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since the Olympics. Is this something you really felt vdry

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strongly you need to prove yourself? strongly you need to prove yourself?

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Yes or stop since the Olymphcs, I was disappointed by shopper yes.

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Yes or stop since the Olympics, I was disappointed by shopper yes The

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was disappointed by shopper yes. The Olympics, I was disappointed ``

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yes. Then the Olympics, I was yes. Then the Olympics, I w`s

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disappointed because I'd wanted to take a metal and I'd did not. Eye am

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more determined now to try to press and work a metal `` press on for a

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metal later on. It has been a really good experience. There was a

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metal later on. It has been a really good experience. There was ` large

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contingent of your family there to see your win, including someone very

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see your win, including somdone very young. Yes, everyone came up. My one

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nephew got chickenpox and he came up nephew got chickenpox and he came up

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and he still came and they did six hours in the car and he is five

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years old so it was a bit stressful. Eye will make sure and

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mentioned that to him one d`y stressful. Eye will make sure and

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mentioned that to him one day `` stressful. Eye will make sure and

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mentioned that to him one day `` I will make sure that I'm mentioned

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that to him one day. He staxed that to him one day. He stayed awake

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for the gold, didn't he? Tell us what it felt like standing on the

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podium. The first emotion was probably really for. Eye was

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believed by shopper believed `` I was relieved. I know the judo I can

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do, I can win gold, so I was on the top and just relieved that I

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do, I can win gold, so I was on the top and just relieved that H got

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do, I can win gold, so I was on the top and just relieved that I got to

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top and just relieved that H got to this point right could secure the

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gold medal. Congratulations from all of us and thank you for comhng on

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of us and thank you for coming on the programme. No worries.

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And our next medal could cole at about 8:00

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Roberto Pavoni from Essex qualified third fastest

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Tomorrow, Norfolk shooter Michael Gault will try to epual the

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After coming out of retirement to compete,

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It could come in the ten metre air pistol.

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I would like to get this record everyone is on about, but at the end

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of the day, if I'd do it, it is great, but if I'd unite, I will

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still be most successful `` it is great, but if I do not, it will be

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OK. I'll give it a shot, no pun intended.

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And today there are Military Wives choirs right across our reghon.

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Tonight, the Military Wives choir from Wimbish are playing

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The musical director is Lisa Peretti.

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She has written two songs about the First World War.

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and one of them will have its premiere tonight.

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Mike Liggins was there for the last rehearsal.

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The song is about going off to war and was written by the fingdr and

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and was written by the finger and musical director. She is nervous

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about tonight but excited as well. Eye am nervous that the song will

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not go well, but if it does, we will stop and start again. The women are

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very confident and rehearsed. Backstage, Amy is rehearsing

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something with a slightly dhfferent tone. The concert tonight is also

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the start of celebrations to mark 75 years of bomb disposal done by

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engineers. Her husband is dte years of bomb disposal done by

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engineers. Her husband is due back from Afghanistan tonight. I would

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love for him to be here. At the beginning of the week I did not want

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him to, but now that I have thought about it, it would be such `

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him to, but now that I have thought about it, it would be such a shame

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about it, it would be such ` shame for him to miss out on our

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performance, so hopefully he can performance, so hopefully he can

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make the second half at least. There are so `` there are some pirate Tech

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ex, but it is the singers who are the stars tonight. The choirs are

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now going from strength to strength. You tend to move quite often as a

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military wife, and it is quhte nice military wife, and it is quite nice

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to walk into a friendly rool and to walk into a friendly room and

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meet girls to do something constructive and fun togethdr.

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The courage of soldiers 100 years ago and of soldiers today. Ly

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The courage of soldiers 100 years ago and of soldiers today. My heart

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goes with you, sung bright Lilitary goes with you, sung bright Military

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Wives who knew all about saxing Wives who knew all about saying

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goodbye to men afterward. `` off to war.

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The big cheque books will bd out in force at Silverstone this

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weekend for an auction which could raise ?5 million.

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Under the hammer, 60 rare luxury cars, includhng

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There's also a Harrier jump jet and a Tornado fighter.

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You can't fly them but they're still attracting plenty of interest.

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When you think of Silverstone, you think of this, and here at the

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classic sale, there are plenty of items that might catch your eye,

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including Jackie Stewart's first racing car. A 1976 Harrier jump jet

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with a rolls Royce engine and a full service history, which includes the

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Falklands. There is no reserve, the starting price is ?1 him in the

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owner says it needs to sell tomorrow. `` ?1, and the owner says.

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There have been a lot of people asking all of the right questions.

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Today has been more of a marketing and public relations day. We

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Today has been more of a marketing and public relations day. Wd must

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and public relations day. We must have had about 500 kids in the

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cockpit. You expect these types have had about 500 kids in the

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cockpit. You expect these txpes of cockpit. You expect these txpes of

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jets to do this, but these types of planes are being stored indoors for

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the last 20 years. What would you do with it? Numerous things. A multiple

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plots `` plant pots, perhaps. Eye would put it on eBay. Give ht

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plots `` plant pots, perhaps. Eye would put it on eBay. Give it to my

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dad, birthday present. He w`s in the dad, birthday present. He was in the

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RAF, he would love it. Would it fit in the garden? Yes. There is, of

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course, a serious side. What could it go for? It is hard to say. We

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have seen interest from America Europe, but we are hoping it will

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fetch somewhere within the 6`figure region. I forgot to mention lots

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355, 81998 for NATO, and whhle there will be serious bidders here

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will be serious bidders herd tomorrow, there will be plenty of

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dreaming about spending pocket money. `` eight 1998 Tornado.

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We have heard the story about the We have heard the story about the

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jump jet, haven't we? Still have the flying suit, that is not up for

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auction. For some of us, a nice and sunny day, and for others, `t

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auction. For some of us, a nice and sunny day, and for others, at bit

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sunny day, and for others, `t bit more dramatic. These pictures

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sunny day, and for others, at bit more dramatic. These picturds are

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showing quite active thunderstorms across the county.

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There was the risk of some localised flooding. You can see quite a bit of

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sunshine around this morning but the cloud quickly bubbled up in these

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thunderstorms are working them say this worker working their way ``

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this worker working their w`y `` these thunderstorms were working

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their way through the day. Things are dry now, but as he turned

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their way through the day. Things are dry now, but as he turndd toward

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are dry now, but as he turned toward the east, quite a bit of cloud

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developing. It will turn increasingly cutting through the

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night. There could just be ` few spots of light rain across parts of

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Sussex in particular, but for most places, quite a muggy night, and

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temperatures getting down to 14 or 15 degrees. For tomorrow, as it `` a

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bit of mystique out first thing and bit of mystique out first thing and

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then lots of sunshine. It should stay dry in most places with sunny

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spells. The risk of one or two sharp showers up into South East Suffolk,

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where the winds are converging near the coast, but inland, a very hot

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day. Always cooler near the coast where you have the onshore breeze.

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It could turn rather foggy `cross It could turn rather foggy across

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North Norfolk as they go through the evening. The cold front will push in

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on Sunday. Some slightly fresher on Sunday. Some slightly frdsher

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conditions working their way in. on Sunday. Some slightly fresher

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conditions working their wax in A conditions working their wax in A

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mixture of scattered showers but some places will stay dry. For

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Monday, a mixture of sunny spells unmixed showers to stir the working

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week. A fresher feel two thhngs week. A fresher feel two thhngs

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Keeping an eye on this area of rain developing, it could just work its

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way into our region on Mond`y developing, it could just work its

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way into our region on Monday night. way into our region on Mond`y night.

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By Tuesday, we get this ridge building and from the Atlantic, so

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things will not settle down, just the small risk of some showers.

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the small risk of some showdrs. Something a bit fresher coming up,

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but still fairly warm for this time of year, 23 or 24 degrees, with

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heavy showers on Monday. By Tuesday, mainly dry and hopdfully

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some fresher nights as well, so it should feel a bit more comfortable

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sleeping as we head into thd early sleeping as we head into the early

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part of next week. What are you are doing this again, have a

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