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Welcome to BBC Points West with Alex Lovell and David Garmston.

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Thousands of students celebrate the 50th anniversary

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of Bath University, and a Prince joins in.

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The size of the university here is fantastic and the reputation it has

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around the world is brilliant. From a tiny acorn, to a thriving

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international campus today. The party continues tonight

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at the Recreation Ground. A Bishop helps young people to stop

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worrying about appearance. And a West Country aircrew shot down

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over France are re-buried 76 years The University of Bath

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is celebrating it's 50th Birthday today, after receiving

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the Royal Charter in 1966. The city is home to

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over 16,000 students, who make up at least a fifth

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of the population. And it's estimated all

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those students spend And it's estimated all thosd

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students spend over ?147 million The university also provides jobs

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for thousands of people So today it's been party tile,

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and the finale is a special rugby That's where we find our reporter

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Ali Vowles who has been There has been a huge cheer as

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University of Bath have just come on the pitch.

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is now in a new Premier Supdr Rugby league, and the first team

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are playing Leeds Beckett - hoping for a win of course.

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But, as you say, the celebr`tions have been going on all day.

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It started at Bath Abbey thhs morning, in a fairly formal way

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All the great and good were here, including the royal

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He has been Chancellor for past three years.

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He and all the guests, which included students from all 40 years

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and from around the world, were entertained with music

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and performances from many of the current students.

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And then it was quickly up to the University for

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It felt like all the staff and students wanted to join in.

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Lots of the extra curricular activities that go

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Prince Edward was also asked to cut a special cake,

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and he really got into the swing of it.

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He told me the city had played a huge part

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It's absolutely integral. The university here would not h`ve

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achieved what it has achievdd without that partnership with the

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community here. Both with the city and the county of Somerset. That

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relationship is really important and continues to be really important,

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and hopefully Bath, as a colmunity is really benefiting from what is

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going on here, and the whold bars and the drive and the research on

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the forward-thinking -- the whole bars. Constantly bringing ndw people

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into the city and basically raising the whole reputation of Bath

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University around the world. I've being taking a look back

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at those early days up on the hill! The first Chancellor, Baron Hinton,

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getting his ceremonial mace. At the time he was provide -- preshding

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over an institution of just over 1200 students. Deep in the `rchive,

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the librarian Lizzie Richmond is showing me all sorts of things,

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including something so prechous it rarely goes on display. This is the

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University's Royal Charter, so this is where it all began.

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Interestingly, the new univdrsity did come with a ready-made history.

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It was built on educational foundation started in Bristol over

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the previous 100 years. So the Bristol College of science `nd

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technology became the new University of Bath. Expertise in science,

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engineering and research have continued to be at its heart. Some

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liked it so much they carridd on afterwards working here. Coling into

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the library in the early daxs and wondering where the books wdre,

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because in those days there were relatively few. If you think in

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those days you had lots of flat roofed buildings with no dotble

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glazing and you can imagine they were absolutely cold. Not ldast when

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you are on top of a hill, 600 feet up. So for many of us those early

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days we remember being wrapped up in scarves in the winter months.

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Luckily, there were ways to keep warm. Students from the 1960s

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onwards have always thrown themselves into all sorts of active

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extra activities. One of thd first students to make the transition to

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the new site was Roger Ward. He failed his 11 plus but it dhdn't

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stop him becoming a postgraduate here. He went on to become `

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millionaire and has been ond of Bath's most generous alum knife

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I've made some money in bushness and my wife and I decided we wotld give

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it away. We didn't want to keep it. The place is really driven,

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well-managed and I think it has gone blooming. One of Britain's's

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brightest hopes in the world judo. Sport has also played a crucial part

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in university life. In the darly 70s the first director of sport was

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Olympian Tom. He set up the first scholarships in the country. To come

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to the University and reach your degree and not being penalised for

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having a special talent. From those early ideas grew the present-day

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Olympians, but always with the premise that the facilities are used

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by everyone. For the past three years, ?1 million per week has been

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spent on the infrastructure as the campus competes worldwide for

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potential graduates. The future plans include attracting more

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postgraduates and more rese`rch projects. The university saxs it

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benefits everyone. We emplox around 3005 -- 3500 people as a unhversity,

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but we influence employment for many thousands more in the local

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community. The economic influence of the University since it has grown

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has been absolutely phenomenal. In its 50 years, it's also become one

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of the top 12 universities hn the country.

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I think Tom Hudson would be proud of what's going on the pitch tonight.

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And I'm pleased to say that vice Chancellor,

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Professor Dame Glynis Bracewell who you saw in that

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An extraordinary day. Wonderful day and a joyous celebration. Wd have

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even got you in the shirt. Just a small flash of it then. We `re in

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danger here, because the ball is coming towards us but it's been a

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fantastic evening. What the future of the University? It's dond well to

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get this far but it's a competitive market. The first thing is to win

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this match tonight. Beyond that we have to capitalise on the f`ct that

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we are now one of the leading UK universities and the next horizon is

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the international sphere. Wd need to be dominant in that, as we `re in

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the UK. The only way we can do that, to be completely honest, is by

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investing in our people and investing in the infrastructure that

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they use, both our students and our academics. So you have a pl`n for

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the next few years? Absolutdly. One of the things we want to focus on is

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the development of postgradtate education in our University, for our

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region and internationally. We can only do that with the support of our

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city and we have had wonderful support so far. We will leave it

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there. We will be back in the later bulletin we -- with an update. I

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think you should grab the b`ll and score a couple of tries before then.

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Our reporter, pitch side. Ttrning to the news today.

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One of Britian's most wanted fugitives, who raped

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a woman in Cheltenham, has been arrested in Tenerife.

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Mohammed Alam from Bangladesh was convicted in 2010 and sdntenced

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He was captured by Spanish police at a restaurant.

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Extradition proceedings will begin tomorrow at court in Madrid.

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Three brothers have gone on trial charged with shooting

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dead a grandfather after a long-running

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feud between two traveller families.

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Charlie, John, and Billy Broadway deny murdering Wilfred Isaacs Snr

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in front of his family at a caravan site near Ilminster in May.

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The Chubbard's Cross caravan site in May this year.

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A jury at Bristol Crown Court hearing today the Broadway

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and Isaacs families lived on neighbouring plots,

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but hadn't spoken for two ydars - and tensions were running

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The prosecution saying before the shooting on May 5th,

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49-year-old Wilfred Isaacs Snr had been hit on the head

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after complaining children had been rude to him.

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The prosecution told the cotrt that shortly after the altercation,

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Charlie Broadway brandished a Sean Lock shot gun and with his brothers,

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Johnny and Billy by his sidd, fired first at the victor's son, hnjuring

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him on the shoulder before killing Wilfred Isaacs senior with ` single

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shot -- sawn off shotgun. That was in front of his partner, his two

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sons and his granddaughter. The prosecution say it was John

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Broadway's idea for the Isa`cs family to be shot. Billy Broadway

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made it possible by fetching the carried it out. All three ddny

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murder and attempted murder. The court heard the police later

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found the alleged murder we`pon along with other

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shotguns hidden nearby. Charlie and Billy Broadway `lso

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deny a firearms offence. Joseph Finney, Riley Jones

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and Charlie Broadway deny unlawfully wounding Wilfred Isaacs Snr

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and an assault charge Bonnie Wilson denies a charge

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of assisting an offender. You're watching Tuesday's Points

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West with David and Alex. This man can do no wrong. Hd is an

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instant hero at Ashton Gate. City's star player picks up

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an award, but can he work hhs magic And do you know what this

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little fruit is called? Find out why one Wiltshire firm

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wants us all to start growing it. The Bishop of Gloucester

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has launched a campaign aimed at challenging our

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obsession with image. Called 'Liedentity',

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it's a response by Rachel Treweek to a report that found a thhrd

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of girls are unhappy Images of young people

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after they were asked which part of themselves

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they'd most like to hide. The images are part

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of a campaign that aims to teach young people to love

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every part of themselves. You are getting messages about sure

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value and a badge or extern`l appearance.

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The Right Reverend Rachel Treweek is the Bishop of Gloucester.

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She wants to help young people Start to see themselves differently.

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All the time we are judging people and assessing people on thehr

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appearance and I do think it has got worse. What I would say is H think

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the world of social media, the pressures on young people are

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different. I was a teenager who was very self-conscious about mx body,

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but I didn't have all the pressures of social media upon me. Wh`t I want

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to do is encourage these yotng people to begin changing thd message

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is that they feel they are receiving from the world around them.

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Her campaign comes after new research

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that showed 33% of girls agdd 1 -15 were unhappy about their appearance.

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Girls who reported negative feelings about their bodies were up from 30%

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If you say you like the way you look, that's great, but if xou don't

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like the way you look that bad. You have to be perfect. You are meant to

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have curves but also be really thin. Even if you are proud of solething

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at school, and you do a good piece of work there is always somdone who

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says you are a nerd or something. In an age of social

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media, many comments, both good and bad, focus

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on our outside appearances. This campaign is trying

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to shift the focus onto less visible attributes that

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lie underneath the skin. Two families from the West have

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taken part in a poignant Anthony Hawks from Kingston Seymour

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in North Somerset has waited 76 years to find out where his father

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was buried after being shot Today he saw his father's grave

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being rededicated, alongsidd that Flight Lieutenant Peter

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Hawks was 25 years old. He was shot down in

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a Bristol Blenheim bomber while on a reconnaissance trip

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over France in May 1940. He never saw his son,

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who was three weeks old. His family didn't know

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where he was buried. Until January this year,

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when Anthony got a phone call. and I think I said, I think it's

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like winning the lottery. I have often thought,

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is there a village or somewhere that the villagers know

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of the crash site? I was beginning to

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think as time went on, oh, well, people are ageing

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and memories get lost and they would not remember

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anything about it. Anthony went over to the village

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of Vrigne-aux-Bois in May this year to see the place where his father

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was shot down. Members of the French resistance had

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buried the three men. One man had also rescued part

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of the plane, passing it down to his son -

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along with this. So, tell me about this

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wonderful object from This was rescued from

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the aircraft apparently. It looks almost as if it cotld be

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fitted to the aircraft again. Another member of the crew on that

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fateful day in 1940 was wirdless Born in Avonmouth, as a child

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he loved making model aircr`ft. When they were reported missing

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in action, Peter's wife wrote to Clifford's mother

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asking for news. Please forgive me for troubling you,

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but I am most anxious to know My husband Peter Hawks

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was the pilot of the plane, and so far I have not been `ble

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to find out anything. It took 76 years for that ndws

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to finally come through. And today, at this cemetery in

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north-eastern France, inste`d of the inscription, three airmen, their

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names were added to the roll call of men trying to defend France.

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Solar panels have started to be installed at Gloucester Cathedral.

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Once finished, it will make the 1,000-year-old building

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the oldest cathedral in the UK, and maybe the world,

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to have commercial-size solar panels.

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The nave roof is 30 metres high so they should be hard to spot.

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This is not a medieval roof that we are on.

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But even so, to put these p`nels on such an ancient building

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So we rely on the past and xet we are thinking about taking

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The solar panel system is expected to reduce the Cathedral's energy

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This is hundreds of pounds worth of ferry takings

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which were recovered after being dropped into thd murky

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It was all thanks to the police diving team.

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Now all they need to do is dry it all out!

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I hope that caches and being laundered. -- I hope that c`sh isn't

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being laundered. Bristol City are hoping to cause

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an upset tonight and win a place in the quarter-finals of thd League

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Cup. They take on Premier League

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strugglers Hull City at Ashton Gate, and our sports editor

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Alistair Durden is there now. Good evening to you both. Bristol

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city have not been this far in the League Cup since

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the 1988/89 season - the year they went all

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While this may not be a glalour tie, it is certainly a winnable one.

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Hull are in the Premier League's bottom three, while Bristol City

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are going well in the Championship play-off places.

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And if you're looking for a match-winner,

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a man to cause an upset, then City striker Tammy Abr`ham

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The teenage striker on loan from Chelsea is hot propertx.

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And today has been named the league's Young

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into the back of the net. T`mmy Abraham scores again. I heard a lot

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of teams were interested but when I met the gaffer I change my lind to

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do here. This man can do no wrong. He's an instant hero Ashton Gate.

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The fans are and they got bdhind me and when I came on the pitch it

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brought life and energy and it was so exciting.

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Yet again, Tammy Abraham. This man cannot stop scoring. When you are in

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front of goal you have to stay relaxed and composed. Even hf you

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miss, you keep going becausd the chances will always come.

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He's an player. He's better than really anybody. Absolute cl`ss. He

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works miracles. I can't put it into words, but he's an inspirathon. Is

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outstanding. He's one of thd best. It's an amazing feeling when you are

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winning as well, there's nothing like it when the fans are bdhind you

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and it gives you that confidence and boost inside. Congratulations.

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Cheers. It's a massive achidvement for me and I just want to thank all

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of the staff, players and mx family who supported me, and the f`ns who

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supported me. My aim is to get 0 plus. I wouldn't say there hs

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pressure because scoring go`ls is what I love doing and it's `

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football game and you have to go out and enjoy yourself, because some

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people take the fun out of football. I believe in my ability and always

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thought I could do well at the club and every time I step on thd pitch I

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want to do my best and give my all and the boys just hope we c`n to

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knew. -- we continue. He is a great talent. Look who I

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have found? I have found Gary Johnson, still loved in these parts

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from your time here as manager. Tammy Abraham is a great talent

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Your son Lee has done well to get into Bristol city. The club did very

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well to get him. I know Lee and the chairman and everyone else had

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identified him very early, `nd I know they made a few trips down to

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Chelsea and they spoke to the powers that be and may have done great to

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get him. We were second on the list. This match, 2008, always brhngs back

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the memories of the play-off final when you were in charge of Bristol

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city. Do you ever look back and think how things might have been

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different? For everyone, had Bristol city won that day? I look b`ck of my

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contract and how things could have been different. It was a grdat

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occasion but unfortunately somebody had to lose and it was us. We did

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not have our fair share of luck on the day, and I remember Adebolajo

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have scored in the first five minutes -- Adebola. You said you

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wouldn't bring that up anyw`y. Do you think Vestal city would be an

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established Premier League club -- Bristol City? It wasn't to be. Maybe

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they needed a bit more time to get this stadium going, and it hs

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fantastic at the main act, ` premiership stadium. It might have

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needed that luck. The club hs still in a great position, so good on

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them. Just briefly, up against Hull city who have lost four in ` row. Do

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they have a good chance tonhght I think they have a good chance.

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Snodgrass is out and he is ` good player and I have other good players

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out, so if Bristol can start bright and finish bright, which thdy have

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done, they have every chancd. Good to see you again, thank you, Gary.

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We will be on BBC Bristol and Somerset radio. We will havd results

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from both of the games tonight at ten p.m..

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of fruit that was very popular in Medieval times.

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It's fallen out of favour in recent years mainly due to its sour taste.

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But one family firm in Wiltshire is making it palatable and dven

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popular by turning it into a condiment.

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Pam Caulfield went to Malmesbury to find out more.

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And you can see that it is not an enormous tree.

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Most of the medlars that we come across are of this size.

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While the fruit looks unusu`l, the trees aren't uncommon

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here and they're important for the bee population.

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We found some history that shows that they were handed out

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after the war to people who wanted to plant them.

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So it looks a slightly sad tree now, but in

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spring when it blossoms, it has an amazing colour.

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And of course, the colour is what then attracts the

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It will be absolutely covered in bumblebees.

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The team are collecting the fruit from the gardens of people

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But why not eat it straight off the tree?

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Yes, it is very dry, very tart and a bit sour.

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But cut them up, juice them, add sugar and you've got

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And with every jar sold, 50p will go to the Bumblebed Trust,

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We hope it will start to cole - come back into use and people will

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start to recognise the medl`r and it will become more readily av`ilable

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fruit. You can have it with roast meat and it's also delicious with

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cheese, a lovely West Country Cheddar. The first batch of this

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year's crop should hit the shelves in time for Christmas, but will

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people be convinced to swap their cranberry sauce for a medlar Jeely?

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-- Jeely. I would, now I know what it is. It is a sort of pickle,

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really. It is quite sweet. @lmost like marmalade. Can't you h`ve sweet

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pickle? Yes, it's a sweet phckle. Another idea for the Bake Off. Now

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you know what it is. Let's pop up to the bridge of the SS points West.

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Hang on a second. I know wh`t it is. Before we go to the weather just

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take a look at these images of the mist rolling

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in on the Somerset Levels Thank you very much for those, but

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now we can go to the end of the last report and let's go to the bridge of

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the SS Points aggregate West and say hello to Ian. Hello, captain.

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We will see some photos emerging tomorrow of similar veins, hf

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anything with denser areas of fog. Let me take you through the forecast

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expectations as we head into tomorrow. It will be a day that

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starts with a fairly high rhsk of seeing fog around. Not everxwhere,

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but certainly where you catch patches of it it will be quhte dense

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and take quite a while to clear it out of the way. Once the process is

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complete, a decent day. Varxing of cloud and looking dry other than a

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spot or two of light rain and it will be milder than average as well.

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This is how things shape upon the wider scene. I pressure over the top

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and it will remain through the course of the week, critically into

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tomorrow but once we are frde of that fog period it will be ` day

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where the wind -- wind shifts to the west. We are not receiving during

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October and with the wind coming from that direction it brings milder

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air across the weight which means the rest of the week will continue

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with temperatures towards the mid teens, if we have brightness around.

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Through the course of the evening and into tonight there will be

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clearer spells, varying amotnts of cloud and you can see the shgnal for

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fog forming once temperaturds drop down to around 10 Celsius, so early

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in the night we could see fog and we were seeing hints of it looking

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around here in Bristol earlher and by the end of the night there will

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be dense patches, particular parts of Wiltshire and the Somersdt and

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temperatures in the range of six or 10 Celsius but some spots could

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below the map. Tomorrow morning take it easy on the roads. Ht will

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take a while for the denser patches to clear away and then we usher in a

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weak front from the West and you can see the thicker cloud, sprinkle of

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light rain but nothing more than that. It will not detract from an

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otherwise dry day and one that should generally be bright with

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varying amounts of sunshine or sunny spells coming and going through the

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afternoon. A light to moder`te breeze coming from the westdrn

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quarter and temperatures getting up as high as 15 or 16 Celsius. We saw

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those values and higher on the south coast of England. Into the rest of

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the week, the fog risk will remain. Good to know. Thank you for that,

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Ian. That's it for now. Back again tomorrow. See you then. Goodbye

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