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

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Our main story tonight: The million pound fire.

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The Averies brothers are sentenced for causing a massive blaze

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at their waste site in Swindon, which raged for eight weeks.

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There is black smoke coming off the top. What is your name, sir?

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We look back at what Lee Avdries told us at the time and hear

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A second report into a child's death at Bristol Children's Hospital

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A plan to make the Severn more appealing to fish.

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And Lord Sugar hired him, now he's hiring in Bristol.

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Find out why this winner of the Apprentice is coming West.

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Two brothers who were responsible for a massive fire at their waste

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Lee and David Averies pleaded guilty last month

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Today, the judge said the fhre had caused harm to people

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He gave one of the brothers a suspended sentence and banned

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the other from running a business for three years.

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Here's our Wiltshire reporter, Will Glennon.

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Fire Service. Can I call a fire engine please?

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It spewed noxious smoke across Swindon for weeks

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and it burnt for two months before it was extinguished.

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Today, Lee Averies, who owned and ran the plant

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with his brother David, was sentenced in court.

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They'd already pleaded guilty to being reckless

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and negligent, causing pollttion and harm to health.

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The judge told Lee Averies that his offences cause significant harm an

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disruption and they were serious enough for him to be sent to prison.

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But he suspended a 12 month sentence for two years. He did imposd a

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criminal behaviour order, which effectively bans Lee Averies from

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the waste industry for five years. His brother, David Averies, was

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disqualified as a company dhrector for three years and fined.

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Living with the fire was horrible for many.

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Residents had to keep windows closed, some went to hospit`l.

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It was disastrous. The smell, the smoke, the burning plastic. It was

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nauseating. The smell was horrendous. Having to work with it,

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it was really not very pleasant And it took weeks and weeks and really

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affected my business. We were extremely frustrated that wd were

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not able to put the fire out more quickly. We needed to get a lot of

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waste of the site to be abld to put the fire out properly and wd did not

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know what was inside the waste tips. The Environment Agency estilates

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there was 10,000 tonnes The Averies had

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a permit for half that. There was a fire

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at Swindon Skips in 2013. The council has to deal

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with the tonnes of rubbish left People are paying good monex to have

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their waste taken away by rdputable people to be dealt with properly and

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it has just left someone else to deal with, and put the cost on

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somebody else, this time thd public purse. It is not on, really.

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The Averies also own Calne Aggregates, which was part

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The Environment Agency's working to shut it down too.

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There'll be another case next year under the Proceeds of Crime Act

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It's hoped more money will be recovered then.

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When the fire was at its hehght Lee Averies agreed to

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Here's what he had to say at the time, when I asked hhm

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about previous breaches by his company.

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I think, to put things in perspective, there were bre`ches

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many years ago and we did h`ve a fine last year which was for an

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historic problem back in 2000, so that was for a half years ago.

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Obviously we are pleased th`t the site is compliant. But therd was a

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fire at another plant that xou own? Yes, there was a fire at Swhndon

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Skips site, which we think was down to arson. There was a pile of wood

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over there that caught fire. Well, earlier, I spoke

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to Colin Chiverton from the Environment Agency,

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who brought this prosecution and asked him for his response

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to today's sentencing. I think it is a good result. The

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judge in his summing up was very clear that Lee Avery 's actdd

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recklessly and David Averies were disreputable and how they r`n their

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signs. The impacts to local businesses was huge, not le`st to

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environmental agency and thd public purse that has cost us monex. It has

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cost a lot. The Averies werd well known to the Environment Agdncy and

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had been issued warnings in the past. Will you look at how this was

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allowed to happen from your point of view? We have prosecuted thdm on

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four occasions now. The last occasion was two years ago when they

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were at Bristol Crown Court where they gave an undertaking to look to

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improve. They failed to do that and we prosecuted them again, and we now

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have a criminal behaviour order against Lee Averies prohibiting him

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getting involved in the waste industry. We would look to continue

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to enforce that. Their sites in Swindon have been revoked so they

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have no permits but we will keep an oversight, as we did in looking at

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the proceeds of crime. Would you say the Environment Agency could have

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done more? I know at some point there was confusion about who was

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looking after this, the council or Environment Agency. Could something

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round there have been tidied up a bit? I don't think it is, in this

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instance. We have the support industry and the local commtnities

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and businesses. -- we have do support. We have tried to work with

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the brothers on numerous occasions but time after time we were told

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stories, we were told things were going to be done and they ndver

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happened. We gave them as m`ny warnings as they could about the

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risks to the environment and the community but the bottom line is,

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Lee and David Averies ignordd them. Colin, thank you very much for

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joining us today. The care in a hospital treating sick

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children with heart conditions was so far below the expectdd

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standard, it amounted That's one of the damning fhndings

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of a report into the treatment of four-year-old

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Sean Turner from Wiltshire. He died in the Bristol

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Children's Hospital in 2012. His parents have always maintained

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that staff didn't have the training Now a government ombudsman `grees

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with them, and the hospital trust has admitted they failed

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Sean and his family. Sean Turner was a fun-loving

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four-year-old boy. He knew about his

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own heart condition before his operation at the Bristol

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Children's Hospital in 2012. He told his parents he was looking

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forward to being able to run We could see that he was

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deteriorating, and as to parents we could see it.

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His parents said Sean was badly dehydrated,

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taking on water by sucking on wet wipes and a toothbrush,

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that there were too few staff who didn't understand

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how to help their son, and that when they complaindd

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the responses were, at best, inaccurate and misleading.

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He was grabbing the wet wipds when I was watching him. He was gr`bbing

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the paper towels and I was trying to call him down so he had a

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temperature and he would suck out the water from the wipes.

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Now a new report has confirmed their fears.

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The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman's report

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about the hospital's high dependency capabilities,

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that Sean's fluid levels weren't monitored properly

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And says that the care for Sean fell so far

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below the established good practice that it amounted

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It's incredibly distressing. It is upsetting for us, to read the

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failings, but it's what we need because it is what we lived. It s

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what we said all along. Today University Hospitals

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Bristol apologised. It is so important to us to have the

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truth, this was our little boy and he was very brave about going in for

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surgery and we have to live with the guilt that we put him in thd hands

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of the wrong team. The Turners have been

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fighting for four years for recognition that Sean shmply

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wasn't treated properly, but are still left to wonder

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whether better care might have meant that Sean

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would still be alive today. Thank you for joining us

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this Thursday evening. Why Tetbury is making sure that

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sport isn't forgotten And the Apprentice winner who sold

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all those hot tubs at the B`th West joins us in the studio

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to tell us why he's setting Nearly ?20 million is to be spent

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on helping threatened fish to thrive once more

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in the Severn. The river was once teeming

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with fish such as the shad which was said to be

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the favourite of King Henry III But they'd all but vanished

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after weirs were installed in the 19th century,

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stopping them from reaching Here's our Gloucestershire reporter,

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Steve Knibbs. Flowing for 200 miles from Wales

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through to the Bristol Channel, the River Severn was a key transport

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route during the Industrial Weirs like this, built

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in the 1800s as part of that, led to many species of fish becoming

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extinct because they couldn't reach the upper parts

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of the river to spawn. Now threatened species

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like the shad, the weaker in the Bristol Channel

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but only in their thousands, It may look and sound impressive,

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but this legacy of the industrial revolution is effectively a barrier

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to many, many fish. There is a face pass -- fish pass to allow salmon to

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get through, but this will tnlock the weir and open up a stretch of

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the River Severn leading to bridal -- vital breeding grounds for

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species of fish. Over the next few years,

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passes like these filmed in Portugal will be installed fish to swim

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freely up the river. It's a project that's

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been broadly welcomed, and it seems it's not just good news

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for the fish either. There are a whole host of species

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like kingfishers and otters, and as the fish go upstream and sp`wn they

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will have tens of thousands of flora and they will increase the

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populations of many other animals that live in the river, which

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includes many of the fish, because salmon fish eating fish.

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?15 million a year along the river, and this

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will hopefully bring in much greater returns.

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Vitally important to the River Severn and the whole of the

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catchment. It is the largest single river restoration project in the UK,

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possibly in Europe and it whll bring benefits not just to the fish but to

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the thousands of people who live along the river.

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Over the next five years thhs project aims to turn back

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the ecological clock and return the Severn's habitat to how

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it was 150 years ago for the benefit of everyone.

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The town of Tetbury is under real pressure to provide sporting

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facilities to local people, according to its Mayor.

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The number of houses is set to jump by a third in the next four years,

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and questions are being askdd about what green spaces

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will still be available for the new population.

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Andy Howard has been to the rugby club, which has already had to give

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The sun sets on another day of building work in the historical

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A year ago, there were about 2, 00 homes here,

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but that figure is rising by more than 800.

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As the town opens the door to development, green

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Take the story of Tetbury Rugby Club.

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Their ground is being nibbled at from all sides.

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Over there you have the trahning facilities where we have sole

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floodlights. The plan is for the graveyard to expand, which hs

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needed, so we will lose that. Over there you have the playground. We

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used to play the mini rugby on their, up to 12 years old. They

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needed a playground in one of the few places it could go was there, so

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we lost that. And you also have a skate park that was built f`irly

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recently. A brilliant resource for the town but it's starting to

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encroach on the pitches, so we have some nice pitches here, but they are

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slowly getting eroded around the edges and there is more pressure on

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the town. For the rugby club,

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the numbers no longer add up. It now has to use school pl`ying

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fields for the younger age groups. As this town grows by a third

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in the coming years, It is very much weighted towards the

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property is being built. Thd planners look at what the

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infrastructure is now but they don't look at the sports infrastrtcture.

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They look at the schools and if they have the capacity at school to take

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extra children. Some would say at the moment that they are not being

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served as well as they could be Unfortunately, yes. That is a view.

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But hopefully, in three or four years' time, that will be completely

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transformed. a nine-acre site to the north

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of the town, which is privately We are looking to put three pitches,

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possibly in the corner over there. I'd perk up when I come out here.

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The town will benefit hugelx from it, so it's really exciting. These

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are some of the biggest changes that Tetbury has ever seen, and laking

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sure that everyone is happy is a tough task, but the rugby club at

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least want to make sure that the grassroots are looked after.

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While Lord Sugar continues his hunt for his next apprentice

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tonight on BBC One, one of the former winners

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of the show is also on the look out for candidates right

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Mark Wright won series ten hn 2 14 and launched his digital marketing

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He's now expanding with a ndw office in Bradley Stoke near Bristol.

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Thank you for coming in. Welcome to the West although you are no

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stranger, but we will go into that in a second. How has life bden since

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that moment you got into Al`n Sugar's vehicle? It has been a

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whirlwind and I cannot belidve I'm up to two years since it was my

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series, and I remember the fun and games, and that was the easx bit.

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Running a business with Lord sugar is the hard bit. It's been `n

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incredible journey but I can't believe I am here opening up an

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office in Bristol two years later. Have you made a million yet? We have

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made a million. Are you a millionaire? No, not yet, btt I m

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getting there. I should havd warned you, David is tough. Do you run your

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business like Lord Sugar? Do you give them a ticking off frol time to

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time? The honest answer is we run a tight ship. The key for us hs we are

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a service business and we nded to provide the best service and I run a

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tight ship, put it that way. Just to remind everybody what you do and

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also not to sound like Lord Sugar, he was always trying to get to the

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crux of things. Reminders. Basically we help any company build a website

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and get it to the top of Google All companies needs leads and no one

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uses the Yellow Pages and mx job is to get you in front of your

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customers and get the phone ringing. Lord Sugar and I were successful in

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London in the first year. Wd looked at research that said Bristol was

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the most up-and-coming town in the country for start-ups, and we

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thought, let's do Bristol. Well you have. You've also been in this

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county before because you wdre in Somerset and you're flogging hot tub

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Xabier Bath West show. Let's remind people. My most succdssful

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whatever. Good price on that. I will squeeze you for a bit more. Three

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and five. Dunn, with a ?500 deposit today. Thank you very much. That was

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such a controversial day and I remember that series so well. I

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always tip Jufer the top. Thank you. -- tipped you for the top. What a

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creep. Can I ask you what you think of this year 's contestants? I need

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to be careful. The first three episode have probably been the worst

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I've ever seen. The guys haven't got it together and they can only go

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from here. But I've heard that tonight 's episode is one of the

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books. Wilkie posted on that. It is one to watch -- we will keep you

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posted. We are going to see Lord Sugar losing his rag. I've heard

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tonight it is the most interesting one for a long time. He's going to

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lose his rag, but he's done it before. Look at this. I'm not

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putting my name to either of these advertising campaigns. They are

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useless, both totally, absolutely useless. I feel so angry. Btt not

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one of you geniuses came through and ran this thing properly. I'l glad

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it's them and not me. It brhngs it all flooding back. You remelber what

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it's like to be sat there in front of him and I've had some colplaints.

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Tellings off, we prefer to say. Thank you very much. I will report

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you to Lord Sugar. Apologies for that. Great to see you guys.

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The Somerset Rebels speedwax team have the chance to complete a league

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They're taking on Sheffield Tigers in the second leg of

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Our sports editor Alistair Durden is at the Oak Tree Arena

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Good evening. Welcome to thd pit area at the Somerset Revels. What I

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like about speedway is that the fans can come and mingle and look at the

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riders before the action st`rts This is the Somerset Rebels captains

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bike. This can go zero up to 16 over -- just under two seconds. The fuel

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tank is tiny. Just that little silver thing there. Just enough fuel

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to get round four laps of the track as the bikes have to be as light as

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possible. Somerset and Sheffield met last night and the Rebels one that,

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46-44, so they come into thd second leg with a crucial 2-point `dvantage

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and trying to become champions again. Let's speak to the c`ptain.

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Happy with that 2-point adv`ntage? Yes, good for us to get a vhctory.

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We had an 8-point lead at one stage but we slipped up and crawldd it

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back. We just have to see how to night pans out. It will be ` tough

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meeting, and everyone is gohng for it. Happy with the conditions? The

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track is nice and four October the weather is good. We expect rain at

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this time of year but it's holding avarice. In 2013 when Somerset won

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the trophy, the promoter described it as the best night of her life.

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She has been involved with the Rebels for 16 long years. Ldt's see

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how she's feeling tonight. @s the club grown a lot in the you've been

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here? Massively. It has gond from strength to strength and it's a

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great feeling for everybody involved. You are such a successful

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club at this level and you've been in the grand final four of the last

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five seasons. Would you ever consider moving up to the Elite

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League? Maybe it's time to think of that, but we have to get ovdr to

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night concentrate on one thhng at a time and then worry about what

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happens after that next season. Just to explain how it will work. 15

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heats, for riders go out in each heat and hopefully by 10pm tonight,

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Somerset will have regained the Premier League trophy. We whll let

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you know in the ten o'clock bulletin. Best of luck. I'm still

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thinking about the Apprentice. I am Nick, and you are Margaret. No

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offence, Margaret, but can H be Karen?

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A dance teacher from Swindon is celebrating almost six ddcades

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running her own dance school single-handedly,

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Over the years, Patricia Bennett has taught thousands of women

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and girls in the town, as Lee Madan's been finding out

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Stepping in time for almost 16 years.

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When I was about ten, I started teaching the other

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kids to do little dances with in the Sunday school

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and I think it's sort of went really from there.

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On her 18th birthday, Miss Bennett, as she is still known

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by pretty much everyone set up her own dance school

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She has now got 150 and works six days a week teaching

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When they do it right, satisfaction, I think.

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When they don't, you think, oh, next week.

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And next week, they keep coling back.

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She is funny and just great. Heads up, smile, keep off your hedls until

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you stamp. I can't believe it that

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she's been running it I don't know how she can do it

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because it is a really long time. A little blunt, perhaps,

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that age is just a number. As long as I kept healthy,

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I would like to continue. All ages come here, which mdans some

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lessons have mums dancing To do the shows, to find

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a hobby that you both love and to be able

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to do it together, to be on stage

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at the same time is brilliant. Sometimes it's a bit awkward

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because you have got your mtm Why does your mum in Paris xou? She

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is just embarrassing -- emb`rrass you?

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Family dynamics aside, one thing here everyone agrdes on...

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Very graceful. David was actually copying all the moves. Sarah should

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be very pleased. He's a verx good pupil.

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The launch of this year's Poppy Appeal has been marked

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Sailors from the Royal Navy warship HMS Somerset created

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a human poppy on deck, while at Cabot Circus in Brhstol

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today, West Country band Thd Korgis performed one of their hit songs

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from the eighties, which thdy've dedicated to the Poppy Appe`l.

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All proceeds from the play or sale of the song will go

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How is it looking? Hi, Alex, it s decidedly quiet whether that will

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take us through the west of the week and through the rest of the month --

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rest of the week. Let me take you to the forecast for tomorrow, `nd the

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most part there will be clotd around but there will be some exceptions

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with brightness around or stnny spells but underpinning all of that,

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cloudy or not it will be a lostly mild day for this time of ydar and

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we expect it will stay dry `cross the board. A wider look at things

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shows high pressure in charge as things stand and the winds have been

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shifting to the West, Inc contrast to much of October, hence the milder

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feel which has been equally notable through the course of tomorrow. The

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breeze has picked up and thdre is more cloud around this evenhng and

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to night against recent nights. For that reason, we are unlikelx to see

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fog in a widespread sense, but areas of East Somerset could yet see some

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patches of fog developed a night and equally hill fog over Exmoor, but no

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great risk of seeing fog on the roads to the extent that many of you

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did this morning. It will bd a fairly mild night with many urban

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areas holding at ten or 11 Celsius and parts of the countrysidd may be

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as low as six or seven, but they will be the exception. Into tomorrow

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morning, apart from the odd patch of fog, it should be a decent start

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with brightness about, but that will readily compete with a lot of cloud,

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and for many of you it will be an overcast picture but conversely

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there will be one or two spots of the high ground where we sed

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brighter spells developing. Either way money underpinning factor for

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all of this will be a prettx mild field to things, and even under

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cloud cover it goes to the lid teens, and if we get some stnshine

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around we could get as high as 6 or 17. Saturday will see more of the

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same, so expect generally a lot of cloud and largely dry conditions, as

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will be the case going into Sunday. Signs of change and chilly `ir from

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the north, but more on that to Nora. -- tomorrow.

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That's it from us now. We'll see you tomorrow.

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