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Welcome to Midlands Today. The headlines: Olympic and dancer, the

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2012 games are expected to generate millions for Coventry. We will get

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360,000 people coming to watch the football.

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Teachers walked out, accusing their headmaster of poor discipline and

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failing pupils. It is ridiculous that they are striking over trying

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to sort the children Act. It is not helping them by closing the school.

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The village that club together to save their pub. To think that a

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quintessential English pub has been saved by the community is fantastic.

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And they are not being paid. Crisis Good evening. The Olympic effect

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and where business will benefit most. Coventry is playing host to

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Olympic football, starting with a qualifying game next month. It is

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also the city in this region which is seen into embrace the Olympic

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spirit. �8 million has been spent redesigning parts of the city

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centre but it is estimated events will generate more than �18 million

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for the local economy, the most for NECD outside London. The region as

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a whole has landed Olympic related contracts worth more than �500

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million. D details. 12 football matches and the Ricoh

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Arena in the summer are the tip of the Olympic dream for Coventry and

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Warwickshire. It is estimated that 2012 will generate almost �80

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million for businesses in the city and the surrounding area. From

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massive building projects to creating 8,000 torches. This

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preserves existing jobs, even with the economic downturn. Some of the

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jobs are actually taking workers on. The Godiva Awakes project, part of

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the Cultural Olympiad, will not only entertain thousands but has

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also created more than 50 jobs for local artists to tasked with

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dressing the six-metre high animatronic puppet. It would have

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been tougher not having this project and because it has been

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over a period of time it has been nice to have those injections of

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cash from my client. It has been good for me in these hard times.

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For Julia O'Connell, creating a dress for Godiva is more than a job.

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It is the opportunity of a lifetime. These are difficult times for

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everybody. The recession is biting hard but particularly here in the

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Midlands. If we have various events and various activities that will

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get us back on the map... 2000 people have already downloaded a

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free mobile information programme, an app for smartphones to. It is

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designed to keep locals and tourists are in touch with

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everything Olympic. We have five gunging �20 million worth of

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investments coming into the West Midlands and about �80 million into

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Coventry, that would not have come if it were not for the Olympics and

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Paralympics. That is money coming into our region because of the

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quality that we offer. Images of the Harbour Bridge epitomised the

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Sydney Olympics. Now it is hoped that sites like these arches will

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become as famous for Coventry. Let's talk to our business

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correspondent. He is in our Coventry studio. How exactly have

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officials worked out that it is worth �80 million to the city of

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Coventry, the Olympics? They have been looking at a variety

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of things. 12 football matches, each attracting 36,000 people. It

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is estimated each will spend about �100 in the city. Firms have won

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contracts worth �10 million. One firm has won that are still just

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contract to make the 8,000 Olympic torches. -- that prestigious

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contract. Also the torch relay, which will be another boost for the

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city, and a big PR boost because there will be pictures of the city

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seen all over the world. It is publicity that cannot be bought and

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you cannot calculate the value. Let's try to look at the bigger

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picture. What will other regions get out of the Olympics? Be sneezes

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across the region have won contracts worth �500 million. This

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region has won more contracts the then any other region outside

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London. There are a variety of events called the Cultural Olympiad,

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specially commissioned plays and dance events. There will be a big

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boost to tourism as people come as a whistle are coming to the game's

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and many people will want to come as London is busy.

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You can find out more about what is happening in your area on your

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local BBC website. There is a catch down.

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Still ahead this evening, the remarkable story of a virtually

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forgotten Branagh and why he was barred from competing for his

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country. -- a winner.

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A man and woman have been arrested on suspicion of murder of a four

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year-old boy in calmer. Our reporter is there. What more can

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you tell us? -- in Coventry. I can confirm that a 26-year-old woman,

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thought to be the mother, and has 32-year-old partner, were arrested

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on Monday night on suspicion of murder. A four year-old boy was

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found unconscious at his home in the Holbrooks area of Coventry in

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the early hours of Saturday morning. He died in hospital from a head

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wound. At this stage to the police are not releasing the child's name.

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By the police working with anyone else? Yes, they are working closely

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with the local authority and I can confirm that the child was known to

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Coventry social services. There are other children in the family. I am

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assured they are safe and unhurt. Speaking to local people in the

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area, they say that if -- they say that the family was polished and

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they describe them as very private. -- Poles.

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Teachers at a school in Birmingham have beyond on strike today at poor

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discipline. They say changes to introduce by the head have had a

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detrimental impact on the pupils' behaviour. The head says he is

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disappointed that the action has gone ahead despite several meetings.

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Out on strike, these teachers should be taking lessons at Castle

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Vale Performing Arts College, but instead they are on the picket line.

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It is not that we want a day off. We would rather be teaching the

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kids. We are here because we would rather be teaching the kids and at

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the moment we feel we cannot. Teachers say pupils are misbehaving

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and management is not listening. Out of 75 secondary schools in

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Birmingham, last year, Castle Vale had one of the lowest GCSE results.

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29 % of students gained five good GCSEs. That compares to a

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Birmingham average of 58 %. teachers are willing to teach.

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Personally, I think they are. But there are other teachers that are

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not bothered. The most naughty boys swear and disrupt lessons. The head

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teacher was in school today but not available for interview. In a

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statement, this Court's head, Clive Owen's, said he was disappointed

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and disturbed by this action, which he said would damage pupils.

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Teachers going on strike is always controversial but what do parents

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think? It is ridiculous. They are striking over trying to sort the

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kids out and trying to help them. They are not helping them by

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closing the school. If the industry are action has to take place

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because teachers do not seem to be gaining that respect within the

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classroom, then so be it. This is turning into a bitter dispute and

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unless both sides reached an agreement, there will be two more

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strike days later this month. Since we mentioned it in our lunch

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time news, you have been in touch. Here are a couple of Commons. Jude

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Drummond says parents should be aware that decisions like this are

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not taken lightly. Parents complained that striking damages

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their children's education. Wrong. Disruptive children do this.

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Teachers want to get on with the important task of educating.

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Stewart from Lichfield e-mailed. He says the teachers are being judged

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harshly, particularly over exam results, where other Birmingham

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schools perform poorly as well. Dring has now is Liam Nolan, a so-

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called super head teacher, who made the Perry Beeches School in

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Birmingham the most improved school in the country. What do you make of

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the walkout by teachers at Castle Vale Performing Arts College?

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opinion, teachers do not enter this profession in order to strike. That

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is not what they are about. They are great teachers down at Castle

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Vale. They must have reached the end of their tether. This is where

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discussions have broken down and meetings with unions have obviously

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not worked. It is a great shame. The losers are the children and

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their education. I understand you were approached to give advice to

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the school. Did that happen? Lots of people were approached. About

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supporting staff in Castle Vale. It did happen and it was not deemed

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appropriate that Perry Beeches be the school to support. So you were

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not given the chance to go into this goal to help out? Lots of

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people were in discussions. Perry Beeches five years ago had 21 % of

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students getting good GCSEs. It was far lower than Castle Vale is.

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Perry Beeches could have been a school to hold back? Possibly but

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that was not deemed appropriate. Going back to the Commons by

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parents and teachers. They are concerned about lack of discipline.

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How important is that to educational achievement? It is

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really important. It is the whole package. It is about creating young

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people who want to learn in a team, in a school where they can be

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successful. It is getting staff and students working together. Perry

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Beeches has something we work on enormously and that works for us.

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And the key word there is respect? Yes, our Respect Agenda is well

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known. Later in the programme, how one

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failing school in Staffordshire is being turned around, and the

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lessons for other schools that need to improve.

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Other news. Remploy, which provides work for disabled people, is

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planning to close its Stoke-on- Trent factory with the loss of 100

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jobs. Remploy factories in Coventry and Birmingham will not be affected.

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But 35 others were shut by the end of the year. The Government says

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they are not financially viable but Labour has attacked the closures.

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These are factors being closed with a number of people for chasing over

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the job being over twice the national average. They are up some

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of the toughest places in the country to get back into work so we

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are saying these is the wrong plan. The funeral of PC David Rathband

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will be held in his home town of Stafford later this month. The

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police officer shot and blinded by Raoul Moat was found dead at his

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house in Northumberland last week. His funeral will take us on March

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17th. PC Rathband will be buried in his uniform.

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Still ahead, they may have lost but errors pride in Cup defeat for

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Blues as they now it look to build on their promotion push.

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What A difference a week makes. Last weekend felt like winter. This

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one could feel like spring. On average, 16 pubs shut every week

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as licensees struggled to make ends meet. Losing the local is perhaps

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most devastating in villages, where a pub is not just a place to drink

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but a place to meet people. That in mind, villages near Stafford

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decided they could not let theirs shut without a fight, and they have

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now bought it. Reclaiming their local, a symbolic

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moment as the villagers remove the name board are a short lived Indian

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restaurant to reveal the building's original identity, a pub that

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locals wanted back so much they bought it. If you went back to the

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millennium, you could not get in this pub. It was Scholes to

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shoulder in here. That kind of tells you what a community we had.

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A community they apparently still have. Faced with having no pub in

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the village, a group of 26 locals got together to buy the pub at

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auction for �199,000. Their aim was to re-open the Holly Bush and run

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it as a sort of co-operative. think that a quintessential English

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pub has been saved by the community is fantastic. According to the

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British beer and pub Association, 16 pubs are closing in the UK every

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week. Back in 2009, the figure was 52. Maybe what is happening in this

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village is a sign that there is a will out there to reverse that

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trend. It is a small village with few facilities, not even a shop.

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The closure and now rebirth of its Burney Cup is recognised as a

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significant moment. -- it's only pub. Too many facilities have been

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lost state to be able to have the pub again is great. Is there any

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kind of lesson for other villages? Is this small community have been

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brave enough to do it, why shouldn't others follow? It is

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hoped to the pub could open relay Tep -- could re-open later this

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year. There are also plans for a Back to schools now, and nearly a

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third offer a poor education and must improve immediately, according

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to a report today from Ofsted, the schools watchdog.

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Among them is Churchfields Primary in Newcastle-under-Lyme which was

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put into special measures. But under a new headteacher with new

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ideas, things are starting to turn around. Here's Ben Godfrey.

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These 10-year-olds have got SATS exams this year. They're being

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taught maths at a secondary school in Newcastle-under-Lyme because

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their primary school is failing. They do high standards of work,

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we're going to learn more about maths and English. We don't have to

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keep going through things for those who don't know what to do, or most

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of us know what to do here. Inadequate teaching, poor pupil

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progress - when Ofsted put Churchfields Primary School into

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special measures, it couldn't get much worse. This school has been

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serving this community since 1903, but because the standards of

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teaching and learning were so poor, there was a real risk that in

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nothing was done, the school could close for good. We have been

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working with teachers... Lynn Jackson is head of Chesterton

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Community Sports College. If she can manage a second school and turn

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it around, schools that fail in the future could follow a similar model

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for success. We have got the specialist input in the run-up to

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the exams, so we are really prepared, as well as the fact that

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eventually all the children will come to Chester to next September,

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so that transition is so much easier for them. Churchfields has

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avoided academy status, favoured by the Government for a failing school.

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That would only have happened if the Department of Education had not

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been happy with the solution we come up with to improve the quality

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of the teaching here. They are happy with our solution, so this is

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the right one for this school. Parents are relieved progress is

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being made. The children are more enthusiastic about coming to school,

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there is more information given to parents about what is going on.

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have a little boy in year six who is actually looking forward to

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going up to the Higher School. the time these nursery children are

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ready to leave, they'll have taken their GCSEs, it's the first so-

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called "through-school" in Staffordshire.

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Here's Ian with the sport. Loads to tell you about. "There's no shame

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in losing to a quality team like Chelsea." That's how Chris Hughton

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summed up the Blues' FA Cup defeat at St Andrew's. And he was spot on.

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It was Birmingham City's 48th game of the season. But it's the final

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13 that will make or break their promotion ambitions.

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Surely amongst this tangled spaghetti, one of those cables must

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be labelled FA Cup shock. That's what the Blues fans were hoping, as

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they queued for their pre-match chips, knowing Chelsea were in

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turmoil. Some were feeling confident, others weren't quite so

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sure. And a few had come to celebrate a rather special 18th

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birthday. How good a player will he be in the future? We are keeping it

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quiet, we want to make sure he stays with us. Nathan Redmond is

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blessed with blistering pace. He's already on the radar of several top

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clubs. But Chelsea were in no mood to gift him a goal, birthday or no

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birthday. This was the closest that Blues came to scoring in a pretty

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even first half. But after the break, Chelsea stepped up a gear

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and delivered two killer blows inside five fatal minutes - first

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Mata, then Meireles. And Birmingham knew their Cup dream was over.

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Goalkeeper Colin Doyle had the personal satisfaction of saving

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another penalty, and Jordon Mutch almost made a name for himself near

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the end. But the Blues' road to Wembley ran out of tarmac in their

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48th game of the season. How would our league position be if

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we hadn't been in the Cup? Arguably, we would be in a better position.

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But if you asked me by would rather have been in it and done without, I

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would say no. I thought we did ourselves proud, it was a good cup

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tie. They could have had a few more chances, but they should have put

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one to bed. But now it's time to forget the Cup, and focus for the

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next 13 games on getting the Blues back into the Premier League.

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And they play Coventry next? there is so much to play for for

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both teams, of course. Last night, Coventry left it late before

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MacDonald scored day equaliser against Crystal Palace. It finished

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1-1, but they are still in the bottom three of the championship.

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Better news for Walsall? Yes indeed. Three vital points for them, and a

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five-goal thriller, all of them coming in the second half. This was

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a tremendous strike, followed by another from a John Makin. That

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lead didn't last long, and it needed a late header from Annette

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Nicholls to clinch a 3-2 victory over Shep of United. -- Alex

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Nicholls. A lot about Port Vale? They did well considering their

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circumstances. They have been in the news so much this week, the

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players are still battling hard on the pitch. Richards got their first

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against Burton Albion. But then two late strikes sealed a 3-0 home win.

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Site last, some good news to lift the gloom that has been gathering

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around them this week. You cannot forget at Shrewsbury Town. They

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were dead and buried. It would be rude to leave -- leave them out!

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They fought back from 2-0 back this was a good goal, but it wasn't as

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good as the second goal, four minutes into stoppage time. Matt

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Richards hit a screamer to earn a 2-2 draw and keep them in 4th spot.

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You can see all the goals on our website. Thank you.

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John Tarrant was a world record holder. A runner who was faster

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than many Olympians yet his career took place in almost complete

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obscurity. He'd accepted a small amount in

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expenses in another amateur sport as a teenager, and rules barring

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ANY payment meant he couldn't compete in international

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competitions. Now, as Bob Hockenhull reports, a

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campaign for a permanent memorial to the so-called "ghost runner" is

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gathering momentum. John Tarrant - an extraordinary

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athlete who became known as the "ghost runner" for turning up at

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races from which he was barred and often winning them. Tragically, the

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Amateur Athletic Association stopped John from competing

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officially because he'd accepted payment as a teenage boxer - and

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that was against the rules. John spent most of his life living in

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Hereford - his brother Vic still trains athletes in the city and is

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one of those behind a growing campaign to get a statue erected to

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the runner who achieved two world records in 40 and 100 mile races.

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It would be ideal, and a good memento, because there are not many

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people who set world records like John did. He was very fond of

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Hereford, as well. He always thought how kind everybody was

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towards him. So really, the statue won't just be for John, it will be

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for everybody into Derriford. remarkable footage shows John on

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the way to one of his victories in the Exeter to Plymouth road race in

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the mid 1960s. By then, the ban on him competing in the UK had been

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lifted. But John still wasn't allowed to represent his country -

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even though he was faster than many Olympians. Anyone from a hard

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upbringing, they never give up, they keep trying, and you are

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likely to succeed, which he did, everyone else's eyes. Unfortunately,

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in those days, the officials were so strict, and rules and

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regulations were not like they are now. There is one memorial to John,

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this cul-de-sac was named after him in the late 1970s. But many

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Hereford people, including local athletes, don't know it is here.

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John's story has recently been documented in a story -- a book.

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Sadly, the great athlete died of stomach cancer in 1975, aged 42. In

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her living room in Hereford, his widow keeps the trophies on display,

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pleased that the renewed interest in his career. I think that was

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always at the back of his mind, he wanted to be recognised. Because

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although he was doing very well in all the races, breaking world

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records, he was never accepted, he was never going to run in the

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Olympics. Herefordshire Council says it will consider the demands

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for a memorial to John, who would have just celebrated his 80th

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birthday if he had lived. What an intriguing story. Let's

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Sunshine in the end, always a welcome sight, today's reign was

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the last proper rain we will see for some time. That was the area we

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saw today, so I say goodbye to that. High pressure, dominating for a

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lengthy period. Unfortunately, any incoming France will be

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significantly weakened, and it is looking largely dry. -- incoming

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fronts. Temperatures are on the rise this weekend. A dress-

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rehearsal for spring. It really should feel quite pleasant.

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Currently, we are in a post a cold front of phrase. We are looking at

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large the clear skies tonight, colder than last bite. -- largely

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clear skies tonight, colder than last night. We are looking at some

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localised air frost, a chilly start the day tomorrow. But it will be a

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Sunni one. A better cloud flitting about, but a mainly sunny picture,

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and a dry day. Slightly Kallur than today, because we are in that cool

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air Mass. Into Friday and the weekend, we will start to see cloud

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