09/08/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


09/08/2014

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Canada's historic Lancaster Bomber has been on display to the public

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After spending 20 hours in the air flying thousands

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of miles engineers say therd are a few minor problems to fix,

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but hope she will be ready to fly alongside the only other airworthy

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Jill Archbold reports from RAF Coningsby.

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Many pieces of this historic Lancaster bomber's

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skin will be taken off to check her condition after flying thousands

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We will take those off and then we will start lookhng

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for little leaks, things th`t may have come loose and such.

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It is not that we are too worried about any big probldms.

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We had a couple of issues on the flight

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Vera's aluminium skin and rhvets are all original features, as are

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But when it comes to communhcation and navigation, modern technology

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has had to be added to make these flights possible.

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Canadian documentary makers have been recording every moment

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There is no creature comforts, it is a military machine.

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It is bumpy, it is loud, it is cold, it is noisy, it is dirty,

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It is what it is, it is a fantastic bit of engineering.

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The chance to actually see her over here is out of this world.

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Engineers at RAF Coningsby will work hard to make sure that Vera is ready

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to fly alongside the only other aircraft airworthy Lancaster at

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It's cost ?2.5 million, but Sewerby Hall near Bridlington has

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finally re`openened to the public after months of refurbishment.

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The 18th century home has bden restored to how it would have looked

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a hundred years ago, with hopes it'll encourage more visitors.

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So I am stepping from the housekeeper's sitting room

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This is just how it would have looked in 1910.

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We have installed a kitchen range which is fully functioning and these

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Servants quarters, now as they used to be.

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Visitors to Sewerby Hall ` the first to see a ?2.5 million refurbishment.

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Paid for by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the

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East Riding Council, it's bden six years of planning, structural

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The whole really is divided into two halves.

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We have these are decorated state apartments but we also have these

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interactive rooms where people are invited to come in,

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touch things and look at things and sort of really make fred with

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It's great interaction for the children.

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I think it is much better than it was, much more interesting.

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and some borrowed ` in a de`l with London's Victoria Albert Museum.

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40 pieces of furniture from the national collection

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So Sewerby Hall and Gardens back in action.

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With the hope that this refurbishment

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will ultimately help improvd Bridlington's tourist offering.

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Scunthorpe United have been defeated on their return to league one.

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Grimsby town were held to a goalless draw at Bristol Rovers and there

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were no goals for Lincoln who drew with with Kidderminster Harriers.

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People in parts of Lincolnshire are cleaning up after flash flooding,

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and there are reports of more heavy rain on the w`y.

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This was Louth yesterday, which was one of the worst affected areas

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Some places received a month's rain in 24 hours.

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It's expected parts of Britain will be hit by the remnants

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Now the weather forecast with Lisa Gallagher.

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As we go through the night cloud is going to be increasing.

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But it is going to be a fine evening for most of ts, the

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Many of us avoiding them and staying dry.

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And then as we go through the night cloud

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Patchy rain will push northwards and temperatures will drop

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down to around 14 degrees or 15 degrees Celsius.

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But for tomorrow a Met office morning.

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It is going to turn wet and also very windy too.

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We will also see the rain pushing up from the south

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during the first part of the morning and that rain is set to become heavy

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Large rainfall totals by thd end of the day and by the end

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of the day the wind will have strengthened and it could touch

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gale`force in places by Sunday evening and overnight into Monday.

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Also feeling quite cold too, with temperatures round

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Good evening. Conditions in the next 24 hours may not match those of the

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big storms of autumn and winter but they will make for an unpleasant

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summer staples of already some unpleasant conditions here, wet and

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very windy, but it is this low tide on to what once was hurricane

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Bertha, which has now set its track for the UK as we go through Sunday.

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Arriving to some southern and western areas as we start the day,

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but let's concentrate on the southern half of the country for

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tomorrow, this is where the wettest and windiest conditions will be to

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begin with. Rain spreading across some parts, some of which will be

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heavy. Strong winds across the South coast and then another surge which

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could cause some damage pushing in from the west later. The most

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persistent rain will be in Wales and the Midlands, many will turn dry and

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brighter through the

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