09/03/2017 Points West


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

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A schoolboy is knocked off his bike and has his leg broken.

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Now his family's starting a Twitter campaign to find the driver.

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I can't believe someone could just do that. Left him, basically. He

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actually crawled onto the kerb himself. It is my son's life at the

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end of the day. It could have been anyone's life.

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A hospital buys beds in care homes so that it can move

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Off the rails - the Bristol to Portishead service

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And how DIY SOS is reuniting a family whose life

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was torn apart by a slip at a holiday swimming pool.

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A 14-year-old boy has undergone a second day of surgery

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after being knocked over in a hit-and-run incident

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Mitchell Ogston faces around six months wearing a metal cage

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He was hit just yards from his home, after popping out to the local shop.

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The police are still trying to trace the driver involved.

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He was left for dead, say his family.

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Mitchell had just gone out to the shop on his bike

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when a driver hit him and then drove on.

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These pictures were taken by Mitchell's grandfather

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His right shinbone is broken just above the ankle.

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Today, he underwent hours of skin grafts to try to repair

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His mum, Melanie, has barely left the hospital since Tuesday night.

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She's still in shock about what happened.

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I can't believe someone could just do that.

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He actually crawled onto the kerb himself.

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How lucky was he just escape with a broken leg?

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This is the place where Mitchell was knocked over on Tuesday night.

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It was dark at the time and none of the neighbours came out to help

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So now the police are appealing for information to help

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identify the driver who left the scene without stopping.

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Brompton Road in Weston is a bus route and a rat run for motorists.

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It's also a residential area with lots of kids

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We heard the bang and I came out to see what it was.

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When I got over there, I found it was a little lad.

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So I asked him to lie still while I went to fetch his mum.

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The people that think it is a racetrack, it is a bad road.

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Mitchell's family just want to find out who's responsible.

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Even if they were a bit frightened of coming forward, just do so,

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because it is my son's life at the end of the day.

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And he has 5-6 months, maybe more, to recover.

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It is a recovery which will be both long and painful.

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A hospital is buying beds at a care home

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so it can move people with dementia out of its wards.

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It's the latest move to tackle so-called "bed blocking".

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Remember, it was Iris Sibley who was stuck at the BRI

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for a record six months because there was no suitable place

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Here's our health correspondent, Matthew Hill.

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Hello, Mum. Hello, John!

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How are you today? I'm fine.

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John Sibley visits his 89-year-old mother Iris every day.

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She now lives in a comfortable care home which can cater

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But last summer, it was very different.

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Declared medically fit to leave the BRI within a month,

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yet six months later, she was still there,

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It's not until you get caught up in the whole system and situation

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that you realise the system is, in fact, broken.

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So to fix it, the local NHS has paid for ten dementia

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Patients like Pat Tottle can have their needs assessed

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here for up to 28 days, instead of on a hospital ward.

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The 83-year-old had to spend two weeks in Southmead

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after a fall at home, and with the right support,

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Because she had been in a bed for 13 days,

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She had to have a Zimmer frame and she did not

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Her coordination was not good with eating.

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I feel I'm back at home again. I am not quite there yet, but...

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This is very much a home from home, with all sorts

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of objects lying around to trigger childhood memories.

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It's also a lot cheaper than staying in hospital, about ?995 a week.

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In hospital, it would be more than twice as much.

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The scheme has already saved hundreds of thousands of pounds.

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Saved about 364 days of hospital inpatient bed days.

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And we are looking to do this long-term.

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And the man in charge of the BRI, where Iris Sibley had

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to languish in bed, says lessons have now been learned.

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Any patient who has waited longer than four weeks after they're

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meant to be discharged, we are going to have a named

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individual in our integrated discharge service who is

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We will have an appointment system for care homes,

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so we can see in a real-time where the capacity is in care homes,

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what places have been offered where the bottlenecks are.

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Fine. Absolutely fine.

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And the sooner patients like her are discharged to more

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homely surroundings, the better they will do.

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And we can reveal that the BRI is not the only hospital

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Figures we've obtained under the Freedom of Information Act

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show that bed blocking at Swindon's Great Western

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Hospital cost them almost ?2 million last year.

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Southmead Hospital had one patient who was fit

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for discharge waiting 155 days - that's more than five months.

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And a patient at Yeovil District Hospital had a wait of 126 days.

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The trust there estimates delayed discharges cost them ?2.5 million.

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A little earlier, Chris Atkinson from the Alzheimer's Society

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I asked her whether this new scheme at the BRI would put

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I think this is a really positive start.

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There are many more people in hospitals with dementia

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But, actually, if this project is rolled out and it is researched

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thoroughly and we can see that people's outcomes have improved,

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And it is, as I said, a very positive start.

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It is robbing Peter to pay Paul, though, isn't it?

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Because these social care beds are being paid for by the NHS.

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And I think that is a whole different question, to be honest.

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Because I think only when integration between the NHS

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and social care really, truly happens, we will be able

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And that is when people's outcomes will really improve.

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Why are we we always playing catch up with dementia

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Because it has taken a long time for people to really know very

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There was a real stigma attached to dementia.

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And with the Alzheimer's Society and the Dementia Friendly Communities

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You know, we are way behind on cancer in terms

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And unfortunately, for the older generation, there is still that

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stigma attached so people do not seek help or ask for support.

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They see it as a natural part of ageing, which obviously it isn't.

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So there is a bit of catch up to do. Definitely.

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Yesterday, the Chancellor announced an extra ?2 billion for social care,

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Is that enough to make an impact here?

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Again, I would say that it is a small step in the right direction.

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And we will not know the answer to that until we can see where that

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money actually goes and how it is diverted and spent.

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And you're getting volunteers to help as well, I understand?

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So, in the Royal United Hospital in Bath, we're launching a new service

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The Alzheimer's Society are recruiting and training

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volunteers to spend time with people with dementia on the wards.

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So that they can help participate in activities.,

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they might just go and read the newspaper

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Because we know that hospitals are not the best place for people

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Good luck with that. Thank you very much.

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You're watching Points West with David and Alex

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on what's been a gorgeous spring day for most of us.

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Warming up for a cold night of running.

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We meet the man attempting to run 15 half marathons

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Gardeners' World presenter Flo Headlam joins us

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shortly to reveal a plan for our joint birthday celebrations.

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Many of us love DIY SOS, and the difference it can

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And now it's about to help a local family from Avening

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in Gloucestershire, who we met on BBC Points West last year.

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Ben Wernham broke his spine when he slipped

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He's now paralysed in a wheelchair and can't wait to get home

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to his family to begin a new but very different life.

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For the past ten months, Ben has been here.

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Stuck in Salisbury Hospital's spinal unit because he can't fit

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It is almost like being in a prison sometimes.

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I do feel like I have become somewhat institutionalised

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It's been awful for him and hard for Ella, his partner,

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who wants to visit him twice a week but has their two girls to consider.

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So, today, I am going to go off and stay the night with Ben so that

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I can be there early in the morning for a meeting we have got.

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But then, that takes me away from the children.

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I feel like I am constantly being torn, where I should be.

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I tell her not to worry about me and concentrate on the girls.

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That is what she has to concentrate on.

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But it must be difficult for her, you know.

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It's not a patch on being home for real, but they Facetime every

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Ben reads the girls stories and catches up on family life.

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Every man that comes to the house, they literally knock him

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At the weekend, we had some people starting the grounds work out

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the front to build a ramp into our house for Ben.

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And Matt was here and Iris was next to him with her wheelbarrow

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As soon as she sees a man, that's it, then.

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So she definitely misses that male influence in her life.

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But those men with wheelbarrows will make a difference.

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There'll be an extension to the side of this house,

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a room for a carer - which they've accepted they'll need

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When I had a phone call to say that DIY SOS are going to come on board

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and try and potentially help us, went into a bit of shock about it,

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then had the phone call to say, yes, we are definitely going to come in.

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The fact that I can now say out loud that my man

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is coming home for summer, it is just immense.

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A lot of relief, to actually be able to think I am going to be home.

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Start my life again. It means a hell of a lot to me.

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And so for the next few months, this family will carry

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Ben with the friends he's made on the ward,

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Ella doing her best to balance hospital and home.

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Waiting for the day when they can start a new life together

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I cannot wait to see that transformation and we will let you

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know when it is on, I have no doubt. It will be really moving. Moving to

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other news now... A report into a women's prison

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in South Gloucestershire has revealed three inmates

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took their own lives last year. An inspection at Eastwood Park also

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said there was an increase But it added that the majority

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of inmates were safe A security guard found himself

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trapped in his own van earlier today An engineer eventually came

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to the rescue and the police were called to Lloyds Bank

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in Cinderford as a precaution. A spokesperson for G4S Cash

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Solutions said at no point was the security of the staff

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member, the cash or The vehicle has now returned

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to the depot to be examined. The dream of a fast rail link

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between Bristol and Portishead The plan was to upgrade

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the old freight line for frequent passengers trains,

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but the costs have got out of control and now there's

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a slower, compromise option. It's badly off track -

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the projected cost for improving local lines around Bristol has

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soared from 58 to ?175 million. The extra money can't be found,

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so officials are warning It's certainly a compromise

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from what we originally intended, but unfortunately the cost pressures

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mean we must reduce the scope of the project in order to deliver

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a passenger service. Called Metrowest Phase 1,

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it includes upgrades and half hourly trains for the Severn Beach line

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as well as to Keynsham But reopening the Portishead line

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for passenger services is proving It's presently used for slow freight

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trains, but enabling it to take faster passenger services every half

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hour is hugely challenging. This area near Ashton Gate shows how

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complex public transport A bridge is being completed to take

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the city's new Metrobus. Underneath it runs the line that

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goes all way to Portishead, and to take two trains an hour,

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this level crossing would have to be To provide a more frequent service,

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virtually the whole freight track Just the hysical

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access into the gorge Instead, they'll settle

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for the cheaper option, meaning Not good news for Portishead

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residents frustrated That is not many from

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Portishead, is it? It is a shame it is

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only one an hour. It sounds very disappointing

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and I doubt if it will ever be Reopening it for passengers

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is a long way down the line. They have been talking about that

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for years. Yes, I am sure. Friends star Courteney Cox has been

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to visit Berkeley Castle near Thornbury to trace

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her roots in the West. It's emerged she's a distant

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relative of the Berkeley family. She was filming there

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for the American version She was given access to manuscripts

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dating back to the 14th century, related to the death

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of Edward II at the castle. That'll be something to tell Ross

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and Chandler about, wouldn't it? An artwork celebrating organ

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donation has been unveiled at the Gloucestershire Royal

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Hospital today. It's made up of a thousand messages

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from people whose lives have been He did not get much time to be

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a father, unfortunately. A decade ago, Kerry Mill's

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life changed forever. Her husband, Simon, went

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out on his motorbike At the height of her grief, Kerry

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made a decision that would save two I realised, if they were poorly

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and needed an organ, then I know Simon and I would have

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been so grateful for anyone who would have given

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us the opportunity. For this family, a message

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in the centre of this A reminder of someone

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who will always be close Each of these small tags

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represents one thousand It is a lasting reminder of the

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importers of the gift of life. 91 people in Gloucestershire today are

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waiting for a transplant. Free people die every day in the UK just

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waiting. The other messages on the tags are memories of love ones and

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thank you is to life-saving donors. 33 years ago, I received a heart

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from a young man that I had no idea existed. And his family generously

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gave me a constructive wife. This is an ongoing appeal for people

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to keep making that life-saving decision at the darkest of times.

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Now, as I'm sure you've probably noticed, we're

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celebrating our 60th birthday this year, but we're not the only ones

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Gardeners' World, which is also made at the BBC here in Bristol,

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So we're joining forces this summer for a special project.

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Gardeners' World presenter Flo Headlam is with us to tell us more.

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I am so excited to see you because it means Gardeners' World is not far

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away. What is this project? It is a joint initiative between Points West

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and Gardeners' World and we are looking for nominations from

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community groups to nominate a space that they would like to transform.

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So it could be a small, derelict plot. A roundabout. Any space that

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is manageable that they would like to transform, to green up and

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enhance local space. It could be Alice's back garden. I have already

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tried that! If someone is thinking, I would not know where to start and

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maybe have not got the community together yet, it is a good

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opportunity to do that, isn't it? Absolutely. Gardening brings people

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together. NIP one -- it might be one person who builds a team and an idea

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around this space they want to transform. We had a competition last

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year, the community garden, and they talked about working together and we

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went to meet them. You can see how you can get so much out of it.

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Absolutely. Gardening has a therapeutic effect and brings people

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together. It might be that you're in your space and you feel isolated,

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but when you come together with people living around you and start

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planting bulbs and growing stuff, cute cement your relationship. You

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cement your space in the committee. Talking about cement, I don't think

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you will be using much of that! Willow DVD BBC telling people what

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they should have the committee telling us what we should be doing?

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It is the community who, the idea. For the nominations, we want people

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to tell us why they want to do it. They could send us a couple of

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photographs of the space to say, this is what it looks like. But the

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idea is what we are interested in. It is not that we fully fledged. It

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can be a broad sketch of what they want. And there is a panel of

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experts, including myself and Joe Swift, Alex, you're on there as

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well. We will be looking at the applications and the one that is

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chosen, we will work with them to develop their ideas. The e-mail is

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on the screen. You can see it there. Gardeners' World is back, isn't it?

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Tomorrow night, eight p.m., BBC Two. Thank you so much for coming to tell

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us about this. There are terms and conditions you

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can look at online as well. Brilliant, brilliant. Start thinking

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of those places. A runner from Radstock

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is about to attempt a record, covering 200 miles in just 60 hours

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- including the Bath Half Marathon. Runner from Radstock. Not easy to

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say! It's all to raise money

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for a Somerset charity. Andy Howard has been to meet him

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at the rather iconic start line. It is hardly a normal place to start

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a run. The top of this structure here. This is how the normal story.

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This manual wants to take part in the Bath half marathon this weekend.

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Daunting for most people but Johnny Reynolds wants to run 15 half

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marathons between now and then, just in time to take his place on the

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start line in Bath on Sunday morning. I make that 200 miles in

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total. It is. On such a tight schedule. Only 60 hours to complete

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this. Virtually nonstop. The schedule is so tight. It is just go,

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go, go. We have to be in Bath ten o'clock on Sunday morning. This to

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relearn to what ten years ago because of the condition and

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emergency heart surgery four years ago. He is heading off in that

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direction tonight and he's doing it for a charity called Time Is

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Precious. It was set up by Nikki called Ford and her husband Neal and

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Somerset after they lost, tragically, the little boy to

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cancer. This children's home at Bristol

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hospital looks like how you would probably expect. That is the

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problem. If you're a child having treatment on the bed, this is your

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view medical equipment. Drips here. We have lots on the wall. That is

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about it. It is. It is just like the room we used to have. When Ben was

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having treatment, we would look at things and say, look at the light,

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that love. -- the gloves. It is very scary when the child does not know

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what is going on. Down the corridor is a sneak peek at what Johnny's

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money will help to achieve. The children are distracted by what is

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going on. They do not notice any of the equipment or health

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professionals preparing for procedure. They come in and we

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interact with them with this unit. They watch the bubbles, fibre-optic

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Sam Baird distracted. We have soft lighting to make the ambience not

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quite so clinical. To transform this room, the screen, bubbles, music...

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What are we talking? Around ?15,000. It is a lot. It is, but it is money

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well spent. So that is the target. 200 miles in

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60 hours. There is only one thing left to say, really. Go, Johnny, go!

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Good luck. Such a good cause. Mind you, I have done 15 Chamakh

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marathons. It is quite a lot of chocolate, though. Fantastic. I was

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wondering what you would come out with! -- I have done 15 Marathons.

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What's the weather going to be like for running

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If you're after a lot of sunshine, you would be seen that a lot in the

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next few days at least. There will be a lot of ). For tomorrow, when

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underpinning feature that will remain in place as the mild

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conditions, which have been very much in evidence today, aided by the

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sunshine be so. There will be a lot of cloud around tomorrow. That is a

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key difference. Drizzle thrown into the mix and places. A fair number of

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you will have an overwhelmingly tribal excitedly with pockets of

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brighter weather tending to appear with time. Here is a wider look at

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how things shape up. There is a weak one front moving in from the

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south-west later tonight. That is thickening up the Clyde as it does

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so. Equally, into tomorrow, it leads us with warm, quite moist air which

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will continue with a lot of ). Breaks in places and some drizzle as

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well. -- with a lot of wild around. As we head foods was Sunday, more

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particularly. On Thursday, bone dry. Close second from the south-west and

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laws and incomes the drizzly rain across the likes of Exmoor. It

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spread slowly north-east was as we approach the first hours of daylight

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tomorrow morning. Temperatures for all of us around seven or eight

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Celsius tonight. Tomorrow, expect extensive amounts of cloud around.

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At times, patchy or break some drizzle. I would not want to overlay

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that. There will be quite lengthy drive sizes for many parts of the

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West Country. Indeed, one of two areas could be brightening up by the

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afternoon but always competing with large amounts of cloud cover.

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Temperatures tomorrow, despite all that, we'll stop the mild at around

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11-13 Celsius quite widely. Could be one of two spots getting higher than

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that. On Saturday, in many respects, a similar day. Leaning towards a lot

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of dry weather through the course of Saturday. Again, a lot of cloud

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around. Some brighter spells. Should be a decent day and a mild one.

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Difference will be crossing West to east on the course of Sunday. We

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will cover all of that through the cause of tomorrow.

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If you do want a reminder of our pledge to do an area for a garden,

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it is on our social media or send them in. You can still use the post

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and send in pictures and thoughts. Look forward to hearing from you.

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See you again tomorrow. Goodbye.

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