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Welcome. Our main story, trapped in new friends.

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Welcome. Our main story, trapped in the wrong body. A patient uses

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social media to raise funds for private sex change treatment as the

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NHS is overwhelmed by an increase in demand. I have a future now, whereas

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before I didn't. I didn't see a future of me living as a woman. We

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will be trying to find out why so many people are unhappy with their

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gender. Our other headlines, Alan Shearer

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lead to the celebrities sending good wishes to a footballer who has

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suffered an accident at work. Sir Ranulph Fiennes abandons his

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latest expedition after a back injury.

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And cooking up a treat. The Syrian refugees saying thank you to the

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people of Bath. A man from Bristol says he feels

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he's stuck in a woman's body after being forced to wait for NHS

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treatment to change gender. There are now ten times more

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referrals per month than a decade ago for the procedure and the health

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service is struggling to cope In a moment, we will be speaking to

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a charity that supports young people.

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Our social affairs correspondent Fiona Lamdin has been to meet

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This is a tight fabric vest which holds in my hips, because I have

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quite wide hips, and it holds my breasts flat...

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21-year-old Jay binds his body to flatten his chest and hips.

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Born as a girl and called Jade, his female frame repluses him.

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Whenever I go to the toilet, I have to sit down, and in the shower I

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have to see breasts that shouldn't be there.

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What age did you know you were in the wrong body?

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Nursery, reception, when I started noticing I liked playing with cars

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and trucks. I knew I wanted to be a boy at that age.

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In this school prom photo, at aged nine, Jade was the only girl

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I was teased a lot for looking different and... Yeah, just being

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me, really. Secondary school, the bully got a bit more physical and a

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lot more vocal, if that makes sense. That was one of your first days at

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nursery... He's already tried

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to take his own life. Figures show that half those

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wanting to change sex So this is where I've lashed out at

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being frustrated at myself and the situations I've found myself in. I

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didn't want to hurt anyone so I lashed out at furniture and these

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stores here. And I've broken the barristers a couple of times as

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well. -- the stair banisters. I found it quite hard, especially

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with the Jay and Jade, and he and she. I still have a few slip-ups now

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and again. He registered for NHS

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hormone therapy treatment, It's an 18-month wait

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for an operation and he's still I feel like I'm in limbo, as it

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were. I'm not a boy or girl. I'm still waiting to become a man.

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Frustrated by the wait, he's now taken to social media

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to try to crowdfund the money to go privately.

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Jay is just one young person in the West waiting to change sex.

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Males and females being treated on the NHS in our region

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are referred to the West of England Specialist Gender

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According to the clinic, ten years ago they had just

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Now that number has rocketed to 70 a month.

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It then takes 18 months for a patient to go

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from their first appointment to life-changing surgery.

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Joining us now is Susie Green, from the national transgender

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charity Mermaids, which supports children and teenagers.

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Thank you for joining us. What do you put this enormous increase in

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referrals down to? I think it is raised awareness, to be fair. I

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don't think it's necessarily that there are more transgender people

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out there. I think more people are just coming forward and making their

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wishes known because there is for acceptance and information out

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there, and they are finding words, perhaps, to actually share what they

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are feeling. That is a good sign, then, if there is an increase, as

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you say, of awareness and maybe understanding? Yes, and much more

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respectable -- respectful reporting. This has led to people feeling brave

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enough to talk about something that they wouldn't have dared to a few

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years ago. At four, your child told you gorge had made a mistake and

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that he should have been a girl. -- told you that God had made a

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mistake. How did you cope? To be fair, I saw signs before then that

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she wasn't a typical little boy and I thought I had a very sensitive

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little boy who was likely to be gay, so for me it was one of those light

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bulb moments when she said that to me, when she said, you know, Mummy,

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God has made a mistake, I should be a girl. And it made so much sense of

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things that had happened up until that point, even before four years

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old. And it was terrifying, quite honestly, to think what she might go

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through. Most children are perfectly happy with their gender and some

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aren't. So what do parents do, then? If their child is, for example,

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showing gender confusion in some way towards their gender, at what point

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do they look for help, or at what point does the parent think it is a

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phase? It's very confusing, isn't it? There is a vast difference

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between children being gender nonconforming, so for example,

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playing with toys or dressing up in other clothes, and that's not an

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issue. The children who would be considered to be gender varied are

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the ones who state very clearly, I'm not a girl, I'm a boy, or vice

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versa, and those are the ones who will say this consistently, posted

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-- persistently from a young age, and those are the ones that we would

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suggest to parents that if they are happy when they are younger, you

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don't need assistance, because no physical intervention is done until

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after puberty begins to any of these young people, regardless, but if you

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are having problems and your child is having problems and you need some

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support, come to us, come to Mermaids, because we have a huge

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group of parents who are going through the same thing or have

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already done so, and if your child is approaching puberty, we would say

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it would be a good idea to get into the NHS system, so that you are

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already in the system and being seen, as puberty can cause massive

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distress. There's lots of information on your website as well.

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Thank you for joining us. A memorial service has taken place

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for a woman who died Hundreds gathered to remember

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the mother of two, Andraya Lyons, whose body was found in a property

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on Drew Street last month. A man's been charged

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with her murder. The former England footballer Alan

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Shearer is the latest in a string of sporting celebrities to send

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messages of support for a scaffolder from Swindon who suffered a severe

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electric shock and nearly died. Jamie Mines lost both

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his hands and a leg following the accident

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five weeks ago. Now a fundraising campaign

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is being helped along Hi, Jamie, I know you're

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going through a very, very difficult time,

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so I just wanted to say I'm thinking of you,

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I wish you all the best, I've heard you're a tough'un

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so I'm pretty sure you're This is to raise money

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for Jamie Mines, who's had I know you've got the whole

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of the South West football community behind you,

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but on behalf of 5Live Sport and Match Of The Day 2,

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we wish you all the very best. The support from the sporting world

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for Jamie Mines just keeps coming. Over Christmas, he lost both

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of his arms and one of his legs His presents are

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still under the tree. His little twin daughters,

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haven't seen him since. But friends say messages from some

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of his idols are sure to raise his spirits,

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and raise money. I'm donating a signed pair of boxing

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gloves and boxing shorts. I think we often think our heroes

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or footballing legends, you know, you kind of put them on a pedestal,

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but for them to take the time and effort to send a message

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to Jamie means a huge amount to him Jamie is still in intensive care

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here at Southmead but he is awake and able to talk every

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now and again. I spoke to his girlfriend today,

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who understandably doesn't want to be in front of a camera

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at the moment. But she said both she and Jamie

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had been overwhelmed She said he's able to sit

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on the edge of his bed to do exercises and that doctors had

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started talking about skin She even said that on her last visit

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here, Jamie had managed to hug ?67,000 has already been raised for

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Jamie but his friends and family want to make that 100,000, and

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eventually, to get him home to these two. It seems some of his heroes

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feel the same. All the best with your recovery. Take it easy, don't

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rush it. Good luck in the future. God bless. Isn't that great when

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people rally round? And of course we send our best wishes as well.

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It is Wednesday evening and we are live on BBC One. Do stay with us.

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We've got much more to bring you, including...

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She is in a stable condition now but two days ago, Becky was trapped

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upside down. We will be finding out how she was rescued.

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And find out why this book is so special and why it is in Somerset.

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The Somerset explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes has been forced

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to abandon his attempt to climb one of the highest mountains

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He's on his way home after being airlifted

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from Mount Aconcagua suffering from severe back pain.

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It was part of his charity challenge to conquer the highest

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The moment the latest challenge ended in painful failure.

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A helicopter had to be called to evacuate the 72-year-old

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The whole challenge has plainly been a struggle.

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But this is not a man that quits easily.

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Are you warm enough? Yes. We are getting there.

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The 72-year-old, who has battled cancer and heart attacks,

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was raising money for Marie Curie, attempting a global challenge

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to become the first man to climb the highest peaks on each continent

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He was in sight of the summit of Aconcagua when he

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He said he was disappointed and that his back started hurting. He was

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only six hours away from the summit so it was quite frustrating. But he

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needed to get down and get to a point where a helicopter could get

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him and then bring him back to the mainland. It's an injury that he's

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had before with his back, so he's keen to get home, get seen two and

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just make sure there is no permanent damage.

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Sir Ranulph has already crossed both Polar ice caps and reached

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the summit of four mountains, the last, Mount Vinson, in December.

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Well, Sir Ranulph says everything goes on hold until he's had his back

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Only then he will decide whether to continue.

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Commenting on his setback he said, I've learned that at my age

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Incredible, though! And has still rate -- raised 300,000 plus!

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Last year, five Syrian families were living here,

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in atrocious conditions in refugee camps in Lebanon, before

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they were brought to Bath and resettled under

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To say thank you, they have organised a big fundraising meal to

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say thank you to the city that welcomed them. We went to see

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preparations. The smells of Syria recreated in

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this cookery school in Bath. The interpreter tells me about one of

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the things on the menu. She says it is a vegetarian Syrian dish and it's

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very light, very delicious. It contains lentils, bulgur wheat,

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onions, olive oil and salt and pepper. The family arrived here from

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war-torn Syria from the refugee camps in Lebanon. Their one-year-old

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son spent the first three months in hospital in Bristol because he was

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so ill. Now he's making a great recovery. Living in the city means

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life for them all has changed beyond recognition. So basically, she is

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saying... She's very, very happy to be here and the support that she

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found here in this city, it's amazing, and what she's doing today,

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it's basically nothing compared to the support they've given her here,

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and the food she is trying to make today, she wants to be delicious and

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for everybody to have a taste of Syria through this food. This

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morning, the kitchen is full of Syrian mums, children and willing

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volunteers from Bath who's been helping the families navigate their

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way through life in the city since they arrived last year. It's just

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being there for them and knowing if they have a problem with their

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electricity or something has gone a bit wrong in and out of hours moment

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when perhaps the official agencies on there, we can just step in. We

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just want to know they feel safe, that they found sanctuary here and

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they can get on with their lives, because they've had a really, really

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tough time. She is saying she's very happy. At the beginning it was

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difficult for her. You know, they left their own country, their home.

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She used to cry a lot for them and it was difficult. But -- but the

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people here are very supportive. She is very happy and her children are

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good at school. Her son didn't study in Syria or Lebanon but he's

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learning English very fast here. She feels there is no difference between

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her, you, all the ladies here. And she feels the food, cooking

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together, it helps her to get close to the local people here. Finally,

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the dishes which have been prepared in kitchens across Bath arrived at

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their destination. The money raised, new friends thanked and a promise of

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more events to make this city feel like their new home.

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The food looks rather delicious! And very healthy, actually. By the look

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of it. Some good news tonight

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for Bristol City. They now face a trip

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to Premier League side Burnley in the next round of the FA Cup

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after beating Fleetwood. Jamie Paterson scored

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the only goal of the match Fans will now get to see their side

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in the fourth round for only Work is underway to protect

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the ancient statues The Romans, Julius Caesar, Claudius,

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Hadrian and Constantine the Great are all having a careful spruce-up

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to keep them looking their best. Tracey Miller has been to see them

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getting their makeover. TLC for a statue that is over 100

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years old. The nose is really going, isn't it? Claudius is one of eight

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statues standing around the world famous Roman baths. All of them have

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been out in the elements. The rain, of course, is very slightly acidic,

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which is not good for very soft Bath limestone, which is what these

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statues are made of. There's always a risk of frost and things like

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that. Because he has fine features, these are particularly vulnerable to

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frost. But when you've also got great big lumps of moss like this,

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you need an expert. So scaffolding has been put up to allow the

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stonemasons to give them a clean. His nose has gone, he's a chinless

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wonder at the moment! But that's all aesthetic. He looks the part.

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Caesar, who stands next to Claudius, is a replacement for the original.

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He was shocked -- shoved into the baths by vandals almost 30 years

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ago. Some people clambered over the terrace wall and gave him a push and

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he fell into the bath! Obviously all the statues are now firmly die

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walled in and it wouldn't be possible for that to happen again.

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-- firmly locked in. Fixed in their place, these represent the most

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famous Romans in the country's history. They will be cleaned and

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given a protective coating against the weather this country is so

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famous for! Sounds like a great idea!

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Now, this time last night, we showed you some dramatic pictures

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of a horse which had to be rescued by the Fire Brigade after becoming

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trapped upside down in between two buildings.

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Tonight we've heard that 27-year-old Becky is making a good recovery.

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Liz Beacon is at her stables in Dundry near Bristol.

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Hello, how is she doing? She's doing really well. And let me just tell

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you, it's all pretty calm here tonight, but that really wasn't the

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case 48 hours ago, because Becky here had been out in the field and

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got herself trapped in between a container and a retaining wall, and

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she was somehow upside down, wedged in this fully tight spot. Now,

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Terry, you've owned Becky for most of her life. It must have been

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awful. How did you hear she had got herself trapped? My mum came out the

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house and heard a commotion and called me across to say what had

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happened. I came racing across and found Becky upside down in a gap

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about a metre by half a metre. So you called the vet and Fire Service

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straightaway? Yes, because I knew we would need her to be sedated to get

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her out. And when I called the Fire Brigade. Needed some help. The Fire

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Brigade are here and Luke is here. The rescue animals all the time but

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this must have been pretty unusual? Yes, we've rescued 17 sources -- 17

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horses in the last year but this was the most unusual because of the

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location and upside down in quite a confined space. Talk us through what

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you did. I think she was under general anaesthetic, sedated. What

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did you do to get her out? We worked very closely with the horse owner to

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form a plan to get her out. We have lots of equipment ourselves but on

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this occasion, due to the location where we are, it's quite difficult

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to get our own equipment in, so we used a handler and hovels, because

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the horse was upside down, and then we were able to gently control and

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lift up and move her a cross into the field. Forced her out and get

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her back on her feet. Let's catch up with how she's doing. How is she?

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She's great. We were really concerned when we started as she had

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a grade four heart murmur, but we've done x-rays today and she's back on

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track and she is pretty clear, and we are very, very lucky. Let me tell

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you, Becky is 27! In human years that would put her in her 70s, so

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this really has been quite an ordeal! But she's back on her food,

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she's very happy and is surrounded by her horse friends, and I love

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these two. These two donkeys. Very cross because they haven't had any

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of the limelight! But we know Becky will make full recovery and she's

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doing very well. And she's the right way up! Bless her! How did they do

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that? Aren't we lucky to have the emergency services who can do that?

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So no need for any long faces! Ha! Now, this is a picture

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of a wonderful autograph book that used to belong to a nurse

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in the First World War. Dozens of injured French,

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British and Belgian soldiers drew pictures and left messages

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for Violet Fountain, who cared Now, more than a century later,

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it's been returned to her family, Violet's book is full

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of touching letters. I wish you all the best things of

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the world. Iris Simmons found it 40 years ago

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and has treasured it since. She was really, really popular. Very

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tender and caring to the men, and they really appreciated her.

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But determined to return the book to Violet's family,

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Researchers found Violet's grandson, and they met for the first time.

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I was just so pleased that somebody had gone to all that effort to track

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me down, to let me have something that my long lost grandmother, who I

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know virtually nothing about, to return to me, and export my

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grandmother alive. -- and it has brought my grandmother alive.

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Iris was living there when she found her book.

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Yet by chance, Iris and Mark now live within a few miles

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They've discovered Violet's old home is also in Taunton -

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I've lived all over the place and settled in this area, and didn't

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even know this was on my doorstep! It's just been really good to find

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all this out. She would be delighted, actually. Delighted that

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firstly the book has been recovered by family and will be hopefully in

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the family from now on. Violet died in 1972

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but her life's work lives Couldn't deny that calling into the

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West, you see? Lovely! It's been announced today that 2016

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was the warmest year so far. Is this trend going

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to continue tomorrow? Hello. Certainly the warmest since

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1850, so that puts it in perspective, and if that -- in fact

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2015, 2016 buying closely for that record, the last year being slightly

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warmer than 2015. As we go into tomorrow, some beautiful sunset

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photos sent in by many of you, including from Twitter. This was

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taken earlier in the day in South Somerset and it shows this

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delineation very nicely between the cloud and those seeing clear sky. As

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we head into tomorrow, more of the balance shifting to the brighter,

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sunny variety, with the cloud cover tending to get squashed further up

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towards the North. High pressure dominates the pattern going forward

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and it will shift slightly as we go through the next few days. But

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broadly speaking, that means a lot of dry, settled weather with light

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winds. At times that will bring the risk of some frost. You can see the

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blue on the map as we had through tonight. For some into tomorrow

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night as well at least. Given the fact we had generally less in the

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way of cloud around, there will be a wider risk of frost but some areas

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hovering just above freezing possibly by only a degree or two, as

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you can see. Conversely, where we have clear skies, we could drop down

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to -3 or -5, and that might not be the only spot following that

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fashion. A cold start tomorrow and then through the course of the day,

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more in the way of sunshine being signalled. Some areas of cloud, more

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extensively up to the far north, maybe parts of Gloucestershire. Some

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uncertainty on that. Then more cloud approaching from the East later in

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the day. Temperatures around 5-7, so a similar pattern as we go into

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Friday. I'm going to run out of things to say!

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Never! You keep going! That's it from us for now.

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Hello. I hope you're well. I really do.

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Because if you're not, then chances are the NHS won't be able to

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look after you as well as it should. And that's wrong.

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Because the Labour Party created the NHS 70 years ago on

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the founding principles of it being comprehensive, universal and free.

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The NHS was created to care for us but now the NHS needs our care.

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