28/01/2017 Look East

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The region's largest hospital, Addenbrookes in Cambridge,


is urging people to stay away following a flu epidemic.


Currently, three wards have had to be closed.


And some patients have had to be diverted to other hospitals.


In order to protect our patients, if you or a member of the family


have been suffering with one or both of these infections,


A warning recorded on its phone line, Addenbrookes, the region's


largest hospital by far, desperately trying to control


a serious outbreak of flu - In wards, public areas, everywhere.


A already under pressure, and now trying to contain this.


Doctors say treatments and operations have been cancelled.


It has the effect of us not being able to in all the patients


that need to have urgent operations, or semi-urgent operations,


and that includes patients with cancer whose operations


So trauma, vascular surgery and care,


all of those services have the potential to


Addenbrookes say they are full and are struggling to cope.


Patients have already been diverted to other hospitals.


They say if you're coming to visit, don't come in large groups,


come on your own, and don't bring children.


But I have got a 90-year-old mother in there.


So nothing is stopping me from going in today.


It's one of those things, but if you've got the flu, then stay away.


People get ill, they can't go to see their GP, they come here.


Only this month, taken out of special measures.


Addenbrookes, now trying to free itself from flu.


Mike Cartwright, BBC Look East, Cambridge.


A man arrested in Cambridge in connection with alleged


football abuse has been released on bail.


A former youth football coach with Norwich City,


Peterborough United and Cambridge United.


Tributes have been paid to the actor Sir John Hurt,


who's died at his home in Norfolk following his battle


Despite being diagnosed in 2015, the 77-year-old


He was patron of Cinema City in Norwich, which has an education


and exhibition centre named after him.


He was a great man, a complete legend of especially British cinema.


And I think his legacy will be that he wanted cinema to be


And that's definitely the ethos of Cinema City Education.


Football and Norwich have made it back to back wins


The Canaries have beaten Birmingham 2-0 at Carrow Road.


Goals from Cameron Jerome and Tom Klose have lifted


the Canaries to within two points of the play-offs.


Ipswich were denied what would have been a crucial three points


by a late Jordan Hugill goal, a player the Tractor Boys have


been trying to sign. It ended Preston 1-1 Ipswich.


A day of derbies in Leagues One and Two.


MK Dons well and truly have the bragging rights over


Peterborough after a thumping 4-0 win at London Road.


Justin Edinburgh enjoyed his first win as Northampton Town manager.


A hat trick from Keshi Anderson and a 3-0 win over Coventry.


And Southend are seventh after a 1-1 draw at Fleetwood.


In Two, all eyes on the derby at Kennilworth Road


The Hatters will enjoy their Saturday night


Stevenage also celebrating after a 2-0 win over Grimsby.


More derby action in Rugby Union's Anglo Welsh Cup.


The 237th meeting between Northampton and Leicester.


It was the home side, the Tigers, who won the match 27-20


to qualify for the semi-finals. Both sides scored three tries.


Here's Saint's first of the afternoon coming


In the Championship, disappointment for Bedford


who lost to Doncaster 22-40 at Goldington Road.


At the World Bowls Championship at Potters in Norfolk,


Cambridgeshire's Greg Harlow has made it through the men's final


Harlow used the last bowl of the match to win the tie break


He now faces Paul Foster in tomorrow's final.


Time for the weather with Wendy Hurrell.


Good evening, a change to the weather to something milder this


weekend. Rain on the way in the latter part of this weekend am


especially. If you shower is forecast to night. Clear skies


allowing temperatures to full-back. The ground underfoot is frozen solid


for the last couple of weeks. Most are falling on that ground might


lead to icy patches. Bright in Norfolk and came Bush, down to


Southwark, Northamptonshire as well, but rain as the day goes on,


particularly towards the afternoon and evening. Temperatures around six


or 7 degrees. Unsettled at times this week, but the temperatures are


double figures. That's all from the teatime team.


We're back tomorrow evening at 6:20. Hello. If you don't like the cold


weather, it