14/06/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


14/06/2014

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on to more than 400 communities before the start of the summer's

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Commonwealth A couple from Bridlington, who have

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fostered more than 100 children over 40 years, are being recognised with

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an award from the Queen. Miriam and Victor Bennett h`ve both

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been made MBEs in the Queen?s Birthday Honours for

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services to children and falilies. The couple,

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who are in their sixties, say they are planning to continue

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fostering for another decadd. Mealtimes are quite an effort

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in the Bennett household. Two people never eat

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the same thing in this housd. I cook four different

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meals each time usually. As well as four of

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their own children, grandchhldren, and great`grandchildren,

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Victor and Miriam have adopted two Now, they are getting

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a thank you from the Queen. We were just gobsmacked,

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we could not believe it. But Victor and Miriam say that it is

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helping the children that is The Social Services

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in Leeds phoned us up and asked if we would take three siblhngs

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in ` two boys and a girl. They had been left alone two days

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before Christmas in the house. So me

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and Miriam went out shopping for To see their faces on Christmas Day

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when they opened those presdnts it was absolutely unbelievable,

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wasn't it? You are giving someone

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a home to start with and letting Love them as much

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as you possibly can and just make The couple's own family say that

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growing up amongst lots As soon as they walk through

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the door, we class them as family. It is like,

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come on let's join in and h`ve tea. They have achieved a lot

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and they deserve every award they But despite a 40`year career

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helping children, this couple has We want to get the 50 years in

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if we can. I intend to do this

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for a lot longer. Kate Sweeting, BBC Look North,

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Bridlington. Among the other people given honours

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today was Jim Dick, chairman and co`founder of the Cat Zero project

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in Hull, who has been made `n OBE. MBEs were given to Andrew Pdnny

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musical director of Hull Philharmonic Orchestra,

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and Lincolnshire farmer Andrew Ward, who started Forage Aid to hdlp

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farmers coping with adverse weather The British Empire Medals awarded

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included one for 81`year`old Eddie Double, who has been hnvolved

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with the Sleaford Civic Trust It is just my personality,

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I suppose. Inevitably, if you get involved

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you get more involved, and before you know where you are,

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you are up to your neck in ht. And on the Queen's official

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birthday, the Royal Family has watched the World War II Lancaster

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Bomber from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, based at [email protected]

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Coningsby in Lincolnshire, fly over Buckingham Palace during thd annual

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trooping of the colour. There was doubt over the Lancaster, which has

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spent the week in France after developing a fault during the D`Day

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commemorations last week, and it was only confirmed yesterday th`t

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it would fly this afternoon. The flypast was completed bx the

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Red Arrows from RAF Scampton, Lincoln Prison is on a list of jails

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being ordered to take more hnmates, because the prison population is

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growing faster than expected. Lincoln is already

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the second most overcrowded jail 40 prisons have been told to raise

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their capacity Now, the weather forecast whth

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Kay Crewdson. Through this evening, for most us,

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it should be fine and dry. Over all parts fine and dry

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into the day, As we go overnight,

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we have cloud spilling in once again and there could be some mist

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and fog forming, like last night. It is going to be quite mild

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because of all that cloud around. Temperatures down to

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around 12 Celsius. Tomorrow morning, like this morning,

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it is going to be a cloudy start and Through the day,

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it is going to feel quite w`rm. We will hold onto a fair bit

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of cloud, but we will see that lifting and thinning in places,

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with some brighter spells. The risk

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of the occasional light shower. The breeze still fairly gentle

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from the north or northeast, A good deal of settled weather,

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but a lot of cloud around. Travel information for tomorrow

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There is some disruption to train services in Lincolnshire. There is a

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short`term staffing problem. They are running a reduced service. Buses

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will replace some services. Look North is back tomorrow

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evening at 6:20PM. But from all of us on the team,

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goodbye. Good evening. We don't have any of

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the sultry heat they have in Brazil, but it is a warm evening for many. A

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few showers in eastern parts of Wales. Most having a dry night,

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partly clear skies. The breeze slightly fresher across parts of

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eastern England. Further west, we start again on another muddy

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