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Police searching for a 24 year old man have returned to a Bristol
nightclub where he was last seen more than two weeks ago.
Deakon Wilkins was on a night out with friends and is known to have
left the club at four in the morning.
His family hope someone may still be able to help.
He left at about 4.30 in the morning.
Since then we haven't been able to get any contact.
Two weeks on and time to cast the net once again for clues.
This is Deakon Wilkins entering the venue.
This, a video taken shorlty before as he queuued up with friends.
Perhaps someone in tonight's queue can help.
It's just to let them know if you they do see hear anything,
Even if they're not 100% sure, it is better to be safe than
It is such a big thing for someone to go missing.
Especially at events like this, everyone loves it.
Deakon took the train into Bristol that night and
it's possible he was heading back to Temple Meads Station early
Police divers have been checking the canals and rivers nearby.
We have water all around the venue, so we need to
It is one thing we do constantly is making sure we have
We cover every single scenario in this place.
When you hear something like this it's horrible.
Deakon's parents Andy and Marcella will be leafleting
They're using their own money to set up a reward for information.
If it leads to the safe return of their missing son.
A new multi-million pound church building officially opened
Said to be the largest built in the county for at least
a century, the new Baptist Church can seat 600 people and will also
house a foodbank for those needing help in the local area.
It's set to become a venue for all kinds of community groups too.
Ultimately, we want to see more people coming in and using this
Yes, as part of the church as the church grows in size, but
the Cotswolds are able to make use of this space more.
Not just sitting empty all week except for Sunday.
That is what we want, more and more people
In football Bristol City are out of the FA Cup after losing 2-0
In the final seconds of the first half, Sam Vokes put
Burnley ahead when he converted Defour's pull-back.
And in the 68th minute Steven Defour sealed the win,
It was a lunchtime Derby at the memorial stadium in League 1,
as Bristol Rovers entertained Swindon.
scored for the hosts by Billy Bodin, a result that leaves Rovers
in touch with the play off places, and Swindon looking nervously
over their shoulders at the bottom end of the table.
Probably a little bit unfortunate only to come in at 1-0 up,
Fitting to win any football match, to be fair.
For me, I just thought the game plan today, the boys deserve
all the credit because they executed it well.
In League 2, Yeovil were trounced 3-0 at home by League
leaders Doncaster, whilst Cheltenham picked up a point away
from home at fellow strugglers Crewe.
And in the National League, late substitute Keanu Marsh Brown
scored an injury time winner as Forest Green won 3-2
Noble and Doidge the other goal scorers for Forest Green.
And in rugby's Anglo Welsh Cup Bristol lost 20-14 at Ospreys.
Max Crumpton and Mark Jones scored Bristol's tries.
Finally the Chinese year of the Rooster
was welcomed in today at Eastgate Oriental City in Bristol -
and the wider community went along to sample a food and gift market,
as well as a variety of performances.
Those born in the year of the Rooster are said to be
hardworking, courageous and talented.
A highlight this lunchtime was the traditional lion dance.
Time for a weather check now, here's Emily.
We have seen a few showers through today and some
showers will continue overnight.
Still the odd heavier shower is possible.
Some dry and clear weather through tonight as well.
Temperatures down to one or two Celsius.
The risk of a bit of hill fog around the Forest of Dean tomorrow morning.
Brightness initially tomorrow but it will cloud over through the morning
and then further outbreaks of rain arriving during the afternoon.
Some low cloud and hill fog by the end of the day.
But also continuing to turn a bit milder with highs
Further rain at times but also continuing to be quite mild.
Hello. If you don't like the cold weather, it certainly felt a lot
better for you today, at least across the southern half of the UK.
Still pretty chilly in northern areas, even some sleet. When we see
this transition from one type of weather to another, we get a lot of
variable weather. That's what we've had today that is what is on the way
tomorrow. Sunshine and showers today, and tomorrow will be quite a
mix as well. Lots of clouds in the Atlantic ready to come our way. The
short term, just bits and spots of rain in the western areas, some rain
in the North least. Cold enough for some ice to form in Northern
Ireland, northern England and parts of Scotland. In the south it should
be frost free, all in advance of this weather front which will spoil
the weather for many of us across the southern half of the UK