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We are back with the late news at 10.30pm.
The family of a Wiltshire teenager who died just before Christmas say
they will work tirelessly to support the air ambulance charity that
Hundreds of friends and family gathered to celebrate the life
of 14-year-old Hannah Cubin who died when on a sleepover in December.
Paramedics from Wiltshire Air Ambulance tried to save her.
Now her parents want to raise money and awareness to say thank you.
A candle for a life snuffed out too soon.
But friends and family of Hannah Cubin are determined
something good will come out her death.
-- something good will come out of her death.
Hundreds came to a gathering today to celebrate her life.
Since the 14-year-old died last month, over ?50,000 has
been raised in her name, much from anonymous donors,
to go to the Air Ambulance Service that tried to save her life.
We were just totally dumbfounded that this service
existed purely on public donations, utterly dumbfounded.
A service that we think is absolutely essential,
Hannah was a fit and active teenager.
She'd had gone to a sleepover at friends on December 10th.
Just before 11pm, she stopped breathing.
But supporting Wiltshire Air Ambulance, the charity
to help their daughter, gives them some comfort.
It is the huge positive that has come out of the worst tragedy.
But it is the only way that we could see going forward,
because it was a dark place without any positivity.
Her dad's motorbike has been renamed.
But her memory will live on in her family's fundraising.
Imogen Sellers, BBC Points West, Crudwell, Wiltshire.
Rescue teams in Wales searching for a missing paramedic from Bristol
David Skeen was last seen on Tuesday.
The 51-year-old had recently moved to Wales from the west.
The body hasn't yet been formally identified but his family have been
In rugby this weekend, a dominant Gloucester eased
to a bonus point Premiership win with seven tries against Worcester
at Kingsholm, including this to start with from Jonny May.
In-form Gloucester are eighth, two points below the top six.
And Bristol played their part in a superb game at Northampton Saints
Mitch Eadie and Jason Woodward here scored the Bristol tries.
Let's turn to football and take a look at the weekend's goal action.
Bristol City gave debuts to three new signings,
but still face a replay after playing out an FA Cup draw
Frank Fielding produced a fine save to deny David Ball early on.
City had 63% posession, and 18 shots, but couldn't
In League One, Ellis Harrison struck a hat-trick inside seven first-half
minutes, and ended with four goals, as Bristol Rovers
thrashed Northampton 5-0 at the Memorial Stadium.
Yes, a really good game today, best
Ellis Harrison was superb, thoroughly
The team deserved everything they got.
Swindon drew 1-1 at home against Shrewsbury.
And in the National League, Forest Green closed the gap
to second-placed Tranmere to just a point, with a comfortable 5-1 win
over ten-man Bromley, thanks in part to a brace
Finally, Somerset explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes is preparing
to embark on his latest challenge to climb the highest
It's the latest adventure in his ongoing mission to become
the first person to cross both polar ice caps and climb the highest
mountain on each continent, all to raise money for the charity
We spoke to him via Skype this afternoon
and asked him how things were shaping up.
We are acclimatising for a day, maybe two days depending
on how we feel, headaches and all the rest of it.
Then we start the really difficult stuff, if you want
Summit day will be worst of all and it includes a one-mile,
highly exposed traverse nearly across the top with a 2000-foot
It is a massive challenge and we are so grateful he has chosen
The fundraising he is doing is incredible.
So, he is loving the fact people are really behind him
Let's move a little closer to home and check
It has been a fairly stagnant weekend, but we have got a more
unsettled look to things for the working week.
Tonight, a fair bit of cloud out there and it sinks its way down,
giving us mist and murk and hill fog, as well as patchy
Poor visibility but staying mild with lows of seven or eight.
A murky, grey start to Monday morning.
Later in the morning, we find outbreaks of rain working in.
A few lively bursts with strong winds accompanying the rain.
Brighter during the day but the risk of further showers.
These are our top temperatures, but it feels chillier
Windy at times for this week, especially from Wednesday,
turning colder on Thursday with the risk of something
We're back in the late news, after Sherlock
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