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Canada's historic Lancaster Bomber has been on display to the public
After spending 20 hours in the air flying thousands
of miles engineers say therd are a few minor problems to fix,
but hope she will be ready to fly alongside the only other airworthy
Jill Archbold reports from RAF Coningsby.
Many pieces of this historic Lancaster bomber's
skin will be taken off to check her condition after flying thousands
We will take those off and then we will start lookhng
for little leaks, things th`t may have come loose and such.
It is not that we are too worried about any big probldms.
We had a couple of issues on the flight
Vera's aluminium skin and rhvets are all original features, as are
But when it comes to communhcation and navigation, modern technology
has had to be added to make these flights possible.
Canadian documentary makers have been recording every moment
There is no creature comforts, it is a military machine.
It is bumpy, it is loud, it is cold, it is noisy, it is dirty,
It is what it is, it is a fantastic bit of engineering.
The chance to actually see her over here is out of this world.
Engineers at RAF Coningsby will work hard to make sure that Vera is ready
to fly alongside the only other aircraft airworthy Lancaster at
It's cost ?2.5 million, but Sewerby Hall near Bridlington has
finally re`openened to the public after months of refurbishment.
The 18th century home has bden restored to how it would have looked
a hundred years ago, with hopes it'll encourage more visitors.
So I am stepping from the housekeeper's sitting room
This is just how it would have looked in 1910.
We have installed a kitchen range which is fully functioning and these
Servants quarters, now as they used to be.
Visitors to Sewerby Hall ` the first to see a ?2.5 million refurbishment.
Paid for by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the
East Riding Council, it's bden six years of planning, structural
The whole really is divided into two halves.
We have these are decorated state apartments but we also have these
interactive rooms where people are invited to come in,
touch things and look at things and sort of really make fred with
It's great interaction for the children.
I think it is much better than it was, much more interesting.
and some borrowed ` in a de`l with London's Victoria Albert Museum.
40 pieces of furniture from the national collection
So Sewerby Hall and Gardens back in action.
With the hope that this refurbishment
will ultimately help improvd Bridlington's tourist offering.
Scunthorpe United have been defeated on their return to league one.
Grimsby town were held to a goalless draw at Bristol Rovers and there
were no goals for Lincoln who drew with with Kidderminster Harriers.
People in parts of Lincolnshire are cleaning up after flash flooding,
and there are reports of more heavy rain on the w`y.
This was Louth yesterday, which was one of the worst affected areas
Some places received a month's rain in 24 hours.
It's expected parts of Britain will be hit by the remnants
Now the weather forecast with Lisa Gallagher.
As we go through the night cloud is going to be increasing.
But it is going to be a fine evening for most of ts, the
Many of us avoiding them and staying dry.
And then as we go through the night cloud
Patchy rain will push northwards and temperatures will drop
down to around 14 degrees or 15 degrees Celsius.
But for tomorrow a Met office morning.
It is going to turn wet and also very windy too.
We will also see the rain pushing up from the south
during the first part of the morning and that rain is set to become heavy
Large rainfall totals by thd end of the day and by the end
of the day the wind will have strengthened and it could touch
gale`force in places by Sunday evening and overnight into Monday.
Also feeling quite cold too, with temperatures round
Good evening. Conditions in the next 24 hours may not match those of the
big storms of autumn and winter but they will make for an unpleasant
summer staples of already some unpleasant conditions here, wet and
very windy, but it is this low tide on to what once was hurricane
Bertha, which has now set its track for the UK as we go through Sunday.
Arriving to some southern and western areas as we start the day,
but let's concentrate on the southern half of the country for
tomorrow, this is where the wettest and windiest conditions will be to
begin with. Rain spreading across some parts, some of which will be
heavy. Strong winds across the South coast and then another surge which
could cause some damage pushing in from the west later. The most
persistent rain will be in Wales and the Midlands, many will turn dry and
brighter through the