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Residents are being urgently membership. That's all from

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Residents are being urgently relocated. The council pulled out of

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a deal to buy their home. Reflecting average lifestyle and experiences,

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why Didcot is named most normal town. Later, a medieval story. The

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tale of a local superhero for a new generation.

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Residents of a care home in Milton Keynes are being suddenly

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moved out this week after being told the home will close on Friday.

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Five Acres Nursing Home was put up for sale in November.

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But late last week decided the purchase was no longer viable.

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Uncertain times for residents at Five Acres Nursing Home

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Just a few weeks ago, it looked like the council

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Now those that live here are in limbo once again.

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They have got to be the first concern.

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I know the council is working hard at coming up with a transition plan,

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making sure there is something safe and managed for every resident

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and that is my first concern is ward councillor.

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Having said that, I think the council has worked extremely

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hard to try to see if there is any way of keeping this

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Five Acres was branded inadequate by inspectors in 2015.

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The BBC understands Milton Keynes Council

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was going to buy the home for 1.2 million.

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They wanted to build into the garden and create

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They aimed to make a profit within two years.

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But ultimately the council decided it couldn't afford it.

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The family of one 91-year-old woman with Alzehimer's told me

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they thought about taking her out of the home last year.

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But didn't because they thought its future was secure.

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Now they're worried she might not survive a move.

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Age Concern fears the closure could be the thin end of the wedge.

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I think we are going to see more and more crises like this

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because of the problems there are in the care

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There is financial pressure on local authorities who place

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about 50% of people into care to bring their costs down.

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Care homes are then trying to recover the costs

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through residents who are self funding and really the government

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The council said it had now found placements for all 17 residents.

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A 50-year-old man from Swindon has been arrested and released on bail

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after a baby boy suffered life threatening injuries.

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The three-month-old was taken to the Great Western Hospital

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on Saturday before being transferred to the Bristol Royal Infirmary.

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Police are continuing with their enquiries to find out how

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The funeral of George Michael has taken place today

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The singer was 53 when he died of natural causes at his home

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in Goring in South Oxfordshire on Christmas Day.

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His family has thanked his fans across the world for their many

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Didcot has been named the most normal town in the country.

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A data science company looked at the lifestyle,

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opinions and experiences of people in different parts of

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England and found Didcot - and ten streets in particular -

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best represent the country as a whole.

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The point of the research is to better inform government

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and business about the needs and wishes of the public.

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Just another day in your typical English town.

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Didcot is the best of the best at being, well, about average.

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I don't know about the most normal. I could not commit to that. It is

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normal to us. It is obviously right. Centre of the universe. I came

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across in a nice way, not your average normal people, but they are

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lovely. It depends on what is normal. Based on what I observe. Is

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normal good? I think so. Normal? Where has that come from?

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The company researched census information and national statistics

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They looked at ethnicity, whether people are married, their job, if

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they owned property and with that they came up with a definition of

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normal. This is Vicarage Road in Didcot. Apparently one of the most

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normal roads in the country. Getting opinions from the public,.

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Town, in which a man finds a small town that represents a nation's

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Big corporations pay a lot to find out what you and I think. The

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company says it wants to help Westminster -based politicians

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better understand modern Britain. Let's say they genuinely want to

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find out about what life is like in regular Britain, where should they

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go? Our work is trying to give them an insight. So we can tell them

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regions that represent their constituency. It is an interesting

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point. For a normal person in a normal town to think about. Do you

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think politicians are in touch with what you might call normal people?

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Not at all. I do not think they are at all. They do not reach out to the

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normal person in the street. A strong opinion that is rather more

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normal than some politicians would like to admit.

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BMW workers from Oxford and Swindon have travelled to Germany to protest

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about plans to end their final salary pension scheme.

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The Unite members handed in a petition at the company's

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The union is warning industrial action is a possibility -

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a ballot result will be known on Friday.

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BMW says it provides excellent pensions -

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and wants to protect future pension provision.

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A campaign to raise money to fix the roof

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at Wallingford's Corn Exchange has now raised half the money needed.

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The historic venue opened for trade in 1856.

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Now it's a theatre, hosts art exhibitions

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Volunteers are holding events to raise the rest

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It's been in the heart of the town for 160 years,

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with some famous alumni running their theatre group.

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But now the Corn Exchange in Wallingford has a problem.

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In heavy rainm, blowing from the south, we find that certain

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Clearly it will be rotting the wooden supports.

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But for the immediate problem, it drips on the customers.

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The leaking roof isn't the only thing volunteers want to fix.

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We are taking the opportunity to put in new air conditioning

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and ventilation and we will revise the staging structure to take

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Seats will come out, they will be refurbished

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and the place will be redecorated and when people come

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in hopefully they will see a nice new Corn Exchange.

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It's not the first time work has been done on the Corn Exchange -

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the glass roof was covered in 1975 when the venue first became

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Today's refurbishment will cost half a million pounds and half

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of that has already been raised since January.

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It's got a great history and we're very proud of that.

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However, what we are looking at now is future proofing this

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place so that in 25 years it is still somewhere

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that is vibrant, that the local community can use and that

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will carry on attracting a wide range of people

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The Corn Exchange will close in June for work to begin.

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It is hoped the lights will come back up on a refurbished

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When former England goalkeper David Seaman took part in the TV

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show Dancing On Ice more than a decade ago,

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He met his wife - and developed a passion for skating.

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Now he's supporting an appeal to raise funds that would help

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Britain's number one figure skating pair to train.

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They're competing in the World Championships -

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Will Glennon went to see them practising in Swindon.

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They are the current British pairs champions in figure skating.

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Zoe Jones and Christopher Boyadji have been a pair

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We are trying a new element called a triple twist.

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So I throw the girl in the air - the girl being Zoe!

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This is a new element we will introduce in Helsinki.

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They have to work full-time and train as well and there's not

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enough funding to have a full-time coach, so when they launched

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an appeal, former footballer David Seaman and his ice-skating

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They met through the show Dancing On Ice.

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We knew what they were up to and when we found out

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they were struggling with the money side, we thought,

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It was great to see them in the Europeans, as well.

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Getting to a world-class standard is expensive and we wanted to give

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them the best start they could have on their path to world and hopefully

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After a 13-year career break to have children,

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I was coaching, but I wasn't doing anything physical on the ice.

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It was very hard to get back into it.

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I got myself at a certain fitness level before I started the pairs.

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They are not expecting a medal at the World Championships,

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but they hope the experience will be invaluable.

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I can't believe it was 2006 when David Seaman was in Dancing On Ice.

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The goals from Oxford's match last night are coming

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Now more of today's stories with Sally Taylor.

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Later the cricket season is just round the corner

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We will be assessing Hampshire's prospects for the new campaign

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shortly. It's internationally renowned and,

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here in the UK, is widely recognised as our leading centre

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for the teaching of deaf children. But Mary Hare School in Newbury

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also has a problem - its primary and secondary school

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sites operate from some less than ideal buildings,

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which are several miles apart. They want to amalgamate,

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by building a new primary school. It'll cost millions, and,

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as Allen Sinclair reports, they'll have to raise

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every penny themselves. Small class sizes and expert

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tuition come at a price. Deaf children from up and down

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the country are boarders here with the ?51,000 pound annual fee

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paid by their home council. It means that, unlike schools run

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by their local education authority, Anything it wants to do,

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any improvements it wants to make, Moving the primary school four miles

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across town to the secondary school We're already looking at various

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architects' plans and finding these things cost a lot of money and it

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will mean a big fundraising push. The school has thought

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outside the box to make The Arlington Arts Centre is a space

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for the pupils during school time, but outside those hours,

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it's a business, making money back for the school -

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money that in recent years has helped fund new accommodation blocks

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for the older children, and recently a refurbished and much

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improved swimming pool. In the water we don't have any

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of our hearing aids or cochlears in, so it's hard to lip-read,

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whereas now we can lip-read The pool also brings in money -

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hired out to the wider community. But it's perhaps here

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where the school's lateral Mary Hare set up its own hearing aid

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repair shop 15 years ago. But it's now fixing hearing

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aids sent in from Another stand-alone business set up

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by and for the school, uses state of the art technology

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and 3D printers to manufacture the individually moulded earpieces

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for tens of thousands Half of the profits made by these

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spin-off companies are ploughed My predecessors recognised

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that there was a real need for schools like ours to diversify

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if they were to survive and we always have plenty of good

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things we want to spend more money on for the sake of the

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children's education. There's a long road yet before

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the new primary school is even granted planning permission

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but the hope is to open by 2010. And this school has proven time

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and again that where there's Last week we revealed

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Southampton City Council's plans for a factory,

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building prefabricated homes on the site of the former

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Ford Transit plant to help solve Well, it seems prefabs -

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a quicker alternative to bricks and mortar -

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are sprouting all over. A new factory which makes

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modular homes has opened It's creating more

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than 150 new jobs. At first glance it looks

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like any other building site across the South,

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but these homes are being The modular units are built in here,

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then decorated and fitted out on-site too before being transported

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to anywhere in the UK. The company has recently moved

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from London to West Sussex The numbers of staff

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are increasing monthly now. We've gone from a workforce

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of about 45, we're in excess of 100 now, it will be 150

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in a couple of months. The company has won a ?250 million

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contract for student These 110 units will

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go to Nottingham. Modular units can be fitted together

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to create a variety of different style properties up to 25 storeys

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high, including houses or hotels. Among the new staff are many

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trainees and apprentices. As I'm kind of working

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with the finance and admin department mainly, I'm learning

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all the different areas, so I work with lots of great people

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that teach me all sorts of things. I put everything I have learned

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from college into practice, It's a fledging business

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so it will only go up, I'm in the window

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fitting department. We need to train people up

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in the skills that are required This is not like laying

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bricks and the older forms of construction which have been

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around for centuries. Proponents believe prefabricated

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homes offer a cheaper and quicker solution

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to Britain's housing problems. The two-bedroom show home

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on side would cost ?130,000 However, they still need land

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on which to be placed, and face the traditional matter

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of requiring planning permission. it's new players and new hope

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for the summer ahead. The new season just around

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the corner and for Hampshire it's new players and new hope

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for the summer ahead. Let's join Kris Temple

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live at the Aegis Bowl. Yes, the new county cricket season

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just nine days away and preparations for the Radio Solent crack forum.

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Lots of talk this week about the T 20s side, although the blue ribbon

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remains the County Championship. Here at the Ageas Bowl, Hampshire

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held their media day today, to talk through the hopes

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for the campaign ahead. Fresh from a preseason trip

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to Barbados, the English spring felt doubly harsh for photocalls today

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but with the additions of South African signings

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Kyle Abbott and Riley Russo, hopes are high that Hampshire can

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blossom after last year's I think we're going to have a really

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good crack at the championship. The vibe amongst the guys

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is good towards that. Having a real experienced squad,

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the bowlers and the batsmen, you look around you and you say

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there's not too much inexperience so there's no reason why we can't

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have a run at the championship. Australian batsmen George Bailey

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arrives in a month to assume the four-day captaincy

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while James Vince will lead Using George's experience

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and giving myself a bit of a break in the season

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will hopefully work well. He's got a lot of

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captaincy experience. I'm sure I'll learn off him and it

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will be good for the other guys do With Liam Dawson developing

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on the international scene, and West Indian fast bowler

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Fidel Edwards still to arrive, Hampshire's squad looks capable

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of launching plausible bids for silverware in all

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forms of the game. names in the Hampshire squad this

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season. Much talk about the future of the game TV 20 wise. The

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Hampshire chairman joins us now. You have been a supporter of this new

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competition, how significant a few days has up Dean for the game? An

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amazing couple of days, I'm sure releases in the county chairmen are

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about to take will change the face of English cricket for decades.

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There will be eight venues for this tournament. Will this be one of

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them? The IGS bowl and other facilities should be among those

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being the silk -- considered, but I will leave it to the committee to

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decide. What do you say to those who are worried that a new tournament

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might kill off the current domestic game? They will have nothing to

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worry about, the competition will continue as it is. This is the form

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of cricket that young people want. You have a lot of power. As this

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season. We want to keep everybody fit and then have a fight for the

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top, which we haven't done for some time, so fingers crossed. Rob, thank

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you. Rob will join the panel for the Radio Solent cricket forum which is

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live from 7pm. Oxford United warmed up

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for Wembley in an emphatic fashion, and in doing so,

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boosted their League Followed by a smart

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finish from Joe Rothwell. Everton loanee Conor McAleny then

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scored either side of half time And after Bury's consolation,

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McAleny completed his second Oxford Oxford face Coventry in Sunday's EFL

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Trophy final at Wembley. Non-league Basingstoke Town

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Football Club have announced plans to groundshare

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with Farnborough next season. Basingstoke's Camrose Ground

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is to be sold off for development, when owner Razi Raffak departs

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at the end of this campaign. Funds will be put into a new home,

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but a site in the town Short-term they will

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co-habit with Farnborough, but Basingstoke are also talking

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to Whitchurch United about Four school rugby teams

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from the South today experienced the thrill of a lifetime,

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by playing at the home There were mixed results, two wins

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and two defeats. Thomas Hardye School

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from Dorchester had a great day, This try from Thomas Reid

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in the 62-7 win over Dr Challoner's. Wellington College from

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Crowthorne Royal Latin College, But Bishop 's word worse were

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unfortunately defeated. We've all heard of King

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Arthur and Robin Hood - He's another medieval

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legendand his escapades He also founded the

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city of Southampton! Hollywood may not have come calling

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yet for this particular hero - but his story's now being told

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in a exciting new way. David Allard is in

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Eastleigh to tell us more. Everyone is here tonight to

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celebrate that local legend at the lodge of a graphic novel funded by

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Eastleigh Borough Council telling the story of Serb Beavers, so budge

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up, Batman, the world has a new superhero and it has more back story

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than all the X-Men put together -- serve beavers.

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In ancient England, a land of warriors and monsters,

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in the city of Hampton, wrapped in celebration and morning,

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Forget Game of Thrones - this is a hero that's home-grown.

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The joy of storytelling is in this boy who grows up and goes

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through terrible things and becomes everything he's

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It's a tale of knights and maidens and dragons and swords

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He finally comes home again and reclaims his birthright

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The medieval legend of Sir Bevis has been chronicled

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through the centuries by minstrels and storytellers.

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He's said to have inspired King Henry V at the Battle of Agincourt.

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His fabled sword Mortglay now hangs in Arundel Castle.

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There are echoes of the legend throughout Southampton -

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the Bevis Valley area of the city for example, and then the stone

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lions at the Bargate that represent those slain by Sir Bevis in defence

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Creating the comic book was its own epic challenge.

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It can literally be a painful journey and when we got there,

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to have it in our hands and when you flick the pages

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for the first time that are professionally done,

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It's difficult to separate fact from fantasy in the story of serve

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beavers, and someone who knows that well is Lynne Forrest. You are

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written a book about him. What have the guys got into this book that

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impressed to? They managed to get the whole feeling of the violence,

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the fantasy, the extraordinary power of that time as it was represented

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in the original stories, they have captured that very well. They

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brought it to life in a way that hopefully will be as appealing to

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the modern audience as it was to the original audiences because there

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were so many different versions of it. But one thing that remains

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constant is the role of Southampton. Yes, that is the one real element in

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this story and it never very right from the beginnings in the

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Anglo-Norman version. Blood And Valour, the website is the place to

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go to find out how you can get a copy of this or the online version.

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Now onto the weather. It was chilly today. More cloud than originally

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thought that tomorrow may be the warmest day of the year so far.

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Plenty of sunshine although it might be hazy. Many of you have been

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taking photos but it has been a great day and blue sky bob, he

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didn't catch the blue skies in Portsmouth, they were grey skies

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overhead and also some cloudy conditions on the Isle of Wight but

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we had one or two brighter spells to the day and this was the scene at

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Warfield in Berkshire, blue skies to be seen. Tonight the cloud will

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increase and like last night we will see some light rain at times but

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there could be the odd heavy burst, especially in the second part of the

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night with some showers turning into longer spells of rain. The further

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south and east you are, the clearer the skies, temperatures remaining in

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double figures for many so quite a mild night. We may see single

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figures in the countryside, so when wet start to tomorrow, but once that

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showers clear and the weather front moves away West, the sunshine will

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make an appearance and in light winds we could see the highs up to

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20 Celsius. These are temperatures in towns and cities but sunshine in

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places may be hazy with medium and high level cloud feeding in.

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Tomorrow is a pleasant evening and tomorrow night we could have one or

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two showers from the West but clear skies initially, the breeze will

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increase to start Friday, temperatures tomorrow night some of

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two tonight, those between ten and 11 Celsius, so some rain at first on

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Friday blood and improving picture and winds fall lighter with a

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widening of isobars in the afternoon, so this showers will

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clear and we will see patchy cloud and sunny spells and it will feel

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pleasant although Friday not as warm as tomorrow, so on Friday a high of

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15 Celsius and temperatures over the weekend will drop back down to the

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seasonal average. A good deal of clothes to start the day, a

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potential high of 18 or 19 Celsius, rain on Friday and thunderstorms

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possible on Saturday. Just to remind Hampshire cricket fans the forum

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starts in a few minutes on BBC Radio stolen. We're back

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