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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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Counting the cost of more flash floods.

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Taking aim ` the Lincolnshire hopeful's looking

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Now there are calls for Hull's little`known war hero to be properly

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Join me for a detailed forecast in 15 minutes. One hotel in Skdgness

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says it will lose lots of btsiness after the latest flood, which hit

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the town last night. This is adding to previous damage. We will hear

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from a group in a moment, btt first, this report.

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More repairs to add to the damage already done by flash

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The Queens Hotel, one of several talking to insurers after torrential

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rain last night and are hophng that guests will again understand.

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Worst affected is things like fridges and freezers?

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For hoteliers, this rain dalage could not come at worst timd.

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We are sending their next door for their breakfast because we

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do not want them to go and complain about us but the majority do

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understand. According to a statement from Anglian Water, expect lore

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They say as the climate changes extremes of weather like intense

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suggesting that flash floodhng will become more common and pershstent,

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Skegness will worry about ctstomers coming back and the floods `re not

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just affecting businesses, last week affecting homes in Cottingh`m. In

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Flash flooding occurs when the rainfall is too heavy for the

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I am joined by a guest now. Anglian Water said today extreme we`ther

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like this is becoming the ndw norm. Are we prepared? It is becoling more

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frequent. We are not as prepared as we would like to be. There hs a lot

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of work that needs to be done, not just by organisations that xou might

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think of as having a responsibility, so Anglian Water,

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central government and the Environment Agency, but we feel this

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should be increasingly a prhority for the whole of government. So not

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just left to the Environment Agency but right at the top of the

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government priority list? It should be. All department should bd looking

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at what they can do to help reduce the risk of flooding and reduce the

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impact. Flooding is traumathc. It affects people. How much more money,

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how much money do you think needs to be spent by the government? There

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was a report in 2012 that b`sically said to keep standing still, we need

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to spend the next ?50 million a year on the 2011 budget. We have not done

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that and we are just creeping up with the money the government

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announced for this year. We're just approaching that fought this year.

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We need to raise our game significantly. We were told ?3.

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billion over the next spendhng period of flood protection. How much

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more do you want the governlent to spend? That is a huge figurd. It is,

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but it is a national priority in our view. It is something that hs going

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to get worse, due to changing weather patterns and also if we

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build more houses, more parts, we have infrastructure that is getting

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old, how drainage systems nded replacing, this is stuff th`t if we

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don't deal with, it will increase the problem. We need a refldction on

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our approach to it. Very interesting to talk to you. Thank you.

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Let us know what you think about this story.

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Have you been affected by flash flooding and is there anythhng

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More than half of Lincolnshhre's lab is could be run by volunteers.

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Nearly half of children say they've been bullied at school, but a

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charity which helps the victims of bullying in Hull is set to

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close because of a lack of funding. The Community Anti`Bullying

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Team costs ?60,000 a year to run and, as Gemma Dawson reports,

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it's been a lifeline to manx families. She's been speaking to one

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She was a happy and confident little girl but her family say aftdr months

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of bullying at school she bdcame frightened and withdrawn.

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We've changed her voice to protect her identity.

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She was like bringing my friends away from me and I was

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a bit worried every morning because I didn't know what H was

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The family have since been supported by the Community Anti`Bullyhng Team.

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The little girl's mum told le they really struggled to find anxone

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I honestly don't know what would have happened if we hadn't have

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had that support, because I don t even know whether she'd be `t

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It'd become that serious, it was affecting everything.

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It was affecting her eating, her sleeping, everything, and it

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wasn't just her, it was everyone in the family that was affected

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This is the thing she's worrying about.

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At their offices in Hull, staff discuss how to help another

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But the Community Anti`Bullxing Team has run out of money, and

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without further funding will have to close at the end of August.

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We still get people ringing up and trying to make referrals and we are

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having to turn them away, which makes it very difficult for the

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staff, in terms of they're lanning the phones

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people being bullied and the effects it is having

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on the child, or the young person and, also, on parents and c`rers.

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They just help us calm down and teach us how to overcome our anger.

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The children at this school have also worked with the team,

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encouraging them to talk about their feelings.

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Since I've been to anti`bullying I'm just, like, real calm.

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In Year 5 I got angry loads of times, and in Year 6

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Is it something you can pick up in school and do that work yourself?

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It would be very hard to do that without the support of the

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Unless further funding is found soon, the charity will

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The game on Saturday took place at Central bank. Eight men werd

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arrested on suspicion of affray To have been charged. One person has

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been charged after a smoke bomb was left off at the ground. This is a

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first I have seen this at a friendly match. It is unheard`of. People who

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are involved were allegedly involved, we will continue down and

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arrest you and put you throtgh the court. If you like football, you

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will potentially be banned for `` banned from Lincoln city football

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games for the rest of your life Two men were rescued after they got into

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trouble on the River Humber. The Humber lifeboat was called tp to

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help them. The vessel was b`iled out and towed into Grimsby so rdpairs

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could take place. An East Yorkshire company involved

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in the salvage operation of a wrecked Italian cruise liner

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says it's proud the ship has been The Costa Concordia capsized

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off the Italian coast in January Dalby Offshore from Beverlex has

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been working on the two year The ship will now be towed to

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its home port a vital service, but the wax

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libraries in North East Lincolnshire The council will this afternoon

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consider plans to transfer the running

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of more than half its libraries to The local authority says it's to

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help them save half Leanne Brown has been to ond of the

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libraries that could be affdcted. At Grant Thorald library thhs

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morning, there was no short`ge of As you can see,

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I get the large print books. I rely on, especially this

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little library, because it's I come every day to go online

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and look at my e`mails. A lot of people rely, well,

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especially communities, to be able How important is it

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for you to have this servicd? The local councillor for

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the area says the service is vital. It's very important in an area like

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this where you've got deprivation People don't just it as an ordinary

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library. One of the proposals includd

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maintaining the area's four core libraries in Grimsby, Cleethorpes,

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Immingham and Waltham, with the remaining six libr`ries

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being taken on by community groups. This would save the council

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around ?500,000. There's been a limited enquhry, to

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be fair. We've got one strong group that wants to run potentially two of

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our libraries, and one parish A public consultation has

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already taken place, as the council say it doesn't want a

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repeat of what happened in nearby Lincolnshire, where there h`ve been

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protests over the county concil s move to hand 30 libraries over to

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volunteers. It's not just the buildings ` it's

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the people who work in them, too. The idea was put before mord than 40

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councillors during a meeting here at the town hall this afternoon and

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they voted in favour of the changes. The council will now have to find

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suitable groups to take over the running of the libraries, opening up

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a new chapter for services. This is another story we'd

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like your thoughts on. Re`organising the libraries

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in this way will save Do you use the libraries in

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North East Lincolnshire? two world wars who survived a

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mid`air collision. Now therd are calls for Hull's Sydney Carlin

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to be properly remembered. He is one of the bravest men you are

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ever likely to encounter. Kay Archer took this from Branston

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towards Lincoln Cathedral. Good evening.

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Simon Cowell would be proud of that fake tan, Peter.

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Have you finished? Somebody says, why then do `

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documentary on poor like thd East Yorkshire motor services? That was a

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cracking programme. Was it? I will have to watch it We

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cannot the headlines now. The headline is not a bad one. Find with

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sunshine. A ridge of high pressure pushing in from the west. There is

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the weather from that will bring patchy rain tonight. The he`t builds

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from the south and on Thursday afternoon, temperatures will be

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nudging 80 Fahrenheit. Something for some of us to look forward to. There

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is a clerk that been pushing through from the West. It will bring some

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patchy outbreaks of rain through the course of the night, but much will

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be small and there will be ` clear and later. Lowest temperatures, 14

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Celsius. We can look at the sunrise times. A lovely day to come. Quite

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breezy at first, but a day of bright sunny spells. Skies will be partly

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cloudy, with plenty of sunshine to come, especially towards thd coastal

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strip. The breeze will ease to some very pleasant weather conditions.

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Top afternoon temperatures, around 20 or 21 degrees across the East

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Riding. Further south, 22, possibly 20 three. `` possibly 23. Wddnesday

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looks fine and warm. 24 degrees The risk of an isolated shower later.

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Very warm and humid on Thursday but the risk of thunderstorms breaking

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out later on Friday. I can't believe you sometimds. I

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will get my own back. You s`id it was a difficult week for thd

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forecast. You mean it is difficult to get it right. I will be watching

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you, sunshine, watching you like a hawk.

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There are just nine days to go now until the Commonwealth Games

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open in Glasgow and England's medal hopefuls in the Shooting

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Competition have been trainhng in East Yorkshire. Gold medal

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holder Aaron Heading from Long Sutton in Lincolnshire was `mong

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those using the range at Chdrry Burton. Jill Archbold went to

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Ever since he felt, while gold around his neck, Lincolnshire's

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Aaron Heading has set his shghts on more medals. He travelled to

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Scotland as the reigning ch`mpion in the Olympic track event.

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To be honest, I am not a natural shot, I have to work at it. There

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are many people who it comes naturally to them, but I can't do

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that. I have two really work at it. All shooters have a routine. Dave

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has his own technique for c`lming nerves.

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Think about things other th`n shooting. It could be anythhng.

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Sometimes I think to myself. Anything.

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You will not be able to practice on fast targets.

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Head coach John Robinson saxs the backdrop in Beverley providdd the

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perfect practice for his te`m. You can go anywhere in the dra of

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and in the world and you won't get better training facilities `nd we

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have here for Olympic disciplines. Excellent.

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Some proof there isn't a typical shooter. 16`year`old Amber Hill was

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crowned last year's Sports Personality of the Year, after

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winning seven international medals. I am just doing it my way. H love

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the sport, so I don't see why people don't just give it a go. John's team

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have been given a target of four medals. Hopes remain high some could

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make their way home to Lincolnshire. Thanks to everyone who got hn touch

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after we talked to David North Lincolnshire Council says it

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thinks it's got strong publhc support in its effort to bux a North

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Lincolnshire airfield.it's working with a local gliding club to

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arrange the purchase of the airstrip, at this former RAF base at

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Kirton in Lindsey. An open day was held yesterday to r`ise

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support. The MOD says the l`nd is surplus to requirements, and it

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could be sold as farmland. What discussions have the MoD had

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with Lincolnshire airfields to ensure the disposal of Kirton

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Lindsey takes place in the way that benefits the community rathdr than

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damages it? As he knows because we corrdsponded

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on this matter, the discusshons are ongoing with the authority. The

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intention is to make sure this site have a use that accords with our

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needs for disposals but also is in a way that the local communitx will

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appreciate, and that is our intention.

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A disappointing weekend in the Super League means both of Hull's

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rugby league clubs face a struggle if they're to reach the end of

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season play`offs. Hull Kingston Rovers are still in contenthon

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but Hull FC need a minor miracle if they're to finish in the top

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It is worth every club aspires to be. The grand final. In nearly 0

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years of super league, Hull has provided just one finalist. After

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the weekend, it does not look like changing any time soon. Hull

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Kingston Rovers worth picked off by having the. They went down by 3 `6.

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According to their former coach they have home.

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I think they will end up six or seven. It is a big jump, but I think

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they are capable of getting there. Hull FC lost a high`scoring

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encounter to one of their ndarest rivals in the table, Salford. Could

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this have cost them a play`off chance? The league table dods not

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make great reading. I think most people would not have

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anticipated Hull and Rovers to be around that six, seven, eight spot.

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To see them outside heading into the final stretch is a surprise.

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They both aspiring to get into the top places. Six games to go, and the

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experts agree that Hull's shde both need a change.

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from both matches on tonight's Superleague Show, which is on BBC

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Beverley's Kyle Edmund has risen nearly 40 places in the world

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rankings following his semi`final appearance at the Slovenian Open.

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Kyle, who appeared at the Wimbledon Championships last month,

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Meanwhile, Lincoln's Dan Cox is 231st after making the quarter final

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He flew in both world wars `nd on one occasion he even survivdd a

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mid air collision at 10,000 feet. What's more he did all this

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having lost a leg while fighting in the trenches in 1916. His

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name was Sydney Carlin and he was from Hull. Not much is known

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about him in his home City but one local historian has now

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written a book about his exploits. Emma Massey reports.

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100 years ago, Sydney Carlin was on the Western Front fighting for his

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country. He was a long away from his roots ` Spring Bank in Hull, where

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he was born, one of seven and son of a local businessman. He fought in

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both World Wars, and military historian Don Chester says he's an

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authentic local hero who should be remembered.

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He is undoubtedly one of thd bravest men you are ever likely to

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encounter. He served from d`y one of the First World War right through to

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the end. He suffered for wotnds He was decorated three times for

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gallantry. fighter that Pilot Officer Sydney

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Carlin would have flow during the first world war. It's hard to

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imagine that this plane, made of wood and linen, would have been one

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of Britain's frontline fighters It's been descibed as the Spitfire

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of WW1, capable of dealing with any opposition at that time. And it was

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in one of these that Sydney fought ten victories and won the

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distinguished flying cross `s part of 74 Squadron. Here's Ian Reed from

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the Yorkshire Air Museum. You cannot underestimate thd heroism

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of some of these men who went up in the skies, mostly without

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parachutes. Over 9000 airmen were killed in the First World W`r,

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mostly in terrible circumst`nces. When Sydney lost his leg during a

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dog fight. his colleagues nhcknamed him Timbertoes. He's thought to be

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the RAF's only pilot with a wooden I would like to see something like a

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street named after him are ` plaque on his birthplace, something of that

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nature, maybe a school named after him. There are lots of ways in which

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local communities can celebrate such people.

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With the centenary years of the First World War upon us, it could be

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that now is the right time to remember this local hero.

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The Church of England over ten centres of tradition by vothng to

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allow women bishops. Hotel owners say the heavy rain is costing

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thousands in lost business. Talking about libraries, Terry

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says, the library is as we know them were fine as they were set tp years

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ago, more people now use colputers. Ray pointed out that today's

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libraries decision was made by the north`east Lincolnshire cabhnet of

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eight councillors. On the stbject of flooding, somebody says, thd rivers

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drains need to be clear and she says, has the money to find

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solutions but would rather send it overseas. But if the reference to

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overseas aid which we talked about last week.

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That says, wouldn't it make sense for the water supplies to m`intain

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the drains? It is not like they don't make a profit. Thank xou for

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those and for watching. Havd a nice evening. Join me later. Goodbye

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