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In tonight's programme. and on BBC One we now join the BBC's

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Families left stunned as a dementia charity closes down four

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Absolutely devastated to hear the news.

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My husband attends here three days a week.

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For him, it's going to end his world.

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Controversial plans to flatten this New Forest landmark -

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and replace it with retirement flats.

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How this man's best friend keeps the pigeons away

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They're very easy to train, they're very easy to get to do

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They're almost like the Labrador of the bird world.

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And some of this room is real, some of it is an optical illusion.

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We reveal the artist behind it all as a major

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Four day care centres helping people with dementia in Surrey

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The Alzheimer's Society says it can't afford

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Dementia, including Alzheimer's, has overtaken heart disease

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as the leading cause of death in England.

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It's responsible for one in nine recorded deaths.

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There are currently 850,000 sufferers in the UK.

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There's uncertainty over where else the residents can go

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Let's join Joe Campbell outside one of the centres, in Haslemere.

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Their centre here is very much at the heart of his town. It was set up

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by local people and has been the beneficiary of the mayor's charity

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on a number of occasions. You can imagine the devastation when people

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were told on Wednesday that come the end of March, it will be no more.

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Today, we were here as people arrived with their families who are

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looked after here at the centre, and also some of those who do the

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looking after them. Among them was John with his wife Margaret, and she

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explained just how devastating it will be for them.

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John, my husband, attends here three days a week.

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For him it's going to end his world, basically.

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This is his world now, the way that the carers

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For me it means that I will be unable to work and run the farm.

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We are due to go into the lambing season soon,

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But for John it's the security, it's the caring, it's his world now.

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The Alzheimer's Society says people like John at the centre of its very

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reason for being, the simple fact is not enough people are coming here

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for it to pay its way. Surrey County Council has today expressed

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disappointment at the closure of these centres. The Alzheimer Society

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would say that the county council is in no small way sharing in the blame

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for what is happening here, because it has withdrawn funding for

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semi-people who used use its centres. Later this afternoon, I

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caught up with John Barlow as he was having his hair cut edge so many

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people. Because of his dementia, you find it difficult to him that it

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will make him sad when this place closes.

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Now, various members of the families of those who come hell are due to

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meet with the Alzheimer's Society at the start of next month, but already

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they are looking at ways they can contribute before the society

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leaves. The centres are used

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by a mixture of clients paid for by Surrey Social Services

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and self funders. At little earlier, Chris Wyatt

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from the Alzheimer's Society told me it had been a difficult decision

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to close the service. It has been devastating

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for everybody. Not only our clients and carers

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and volunteers, but also our staff, who are hugely trained

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and very professional. But also very caring, and have got

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to know people really well. And it's incredibly sad

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that we've had to reach Is there a glimmer of hope that

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at least one may stay open, or indeed that there could be

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a further dialogue with We'll be exploring all the different

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sorts of options that Indeed, one of the services

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that we had had to close last year has now been taken over by a group

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of people that have formed their own charity

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and they are running at themselves. formed their own charity and they

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are running that themselves. What message does it send

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if even you are having I think at the nub of it,

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nobody is getting the right level We used to have funding both

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from health and also county council to provide block contract funding

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to support our day services. We get none of that now at all,

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and that's a very dire situation for all people who wish

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to still live as healthily Who wouldn't want a day off

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at home on a Friday? The answer is thousands

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of Southern Rail passengers who were unable to get to work

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because of the third strike this The dispute is about what's known

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as Driver Only Operation - or DOO - where the train doors

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are opened and closed remotely by the driver in the cab

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instead of the guard. Our transport correspondent

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Paul Clifton has been Driver only operation,

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where the driver works the train doors, is safe,

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according to Brian Denton, but only with the right equipment

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at stations with platform staff. Some of the trains that Southern

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operate our 15 years old. Inherently, it is safe

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if it is correctly applied. Now, the technology,

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in particularly the earlier 377s that are used by Southern trains

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is on par with, say, He was a union official,

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and later a manager. Drivers currently employed

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by Southern are not The image and quality

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that the driver can see in his cab mounted screens is less

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than it could be. It's quite old technology,

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and it is low resolution. The last driver's strike

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on Southern was 17 years ago. Brian says drivers are not militant,

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and the highly paid drivers earn Most don't care for the politics

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of this strike, he says. But they do feel that some safety

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systems aren't up to the job. But the following week,

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conductors strike on Monday, and then the drivers strike

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on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. It will be even more

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disruptive than this week. Many Southern Rail passengers caught

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up in the dispute feel their needs Robin Marchant from Worthing was one

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of them and he decided So Robin has organised a series

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of peaceful protests We moved out of London for,

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you know, better quality of life. I knew I'd be commuting,

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but I didn't realise I'd be I don't get home until eight,

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nine o'clock on most nights. That has a massive

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impact on my kids. My wife wants me home

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at a certain time to do Maisie calls London "stinky London",

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because she understands that I'd just go for long periods of time

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and don't come back. Just before Christmas,

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I'd been on a four hour horrendous journey, I was angry,

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I was on the train and I started a Facebook event protest for three

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days, a passenger protest for three We've got over 2000 people

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and they voted to build memorials of flowers at London Bridge,

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London Victoria, Brighton Starting on Tuesday, and it

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continues Wednesday, Thursday. The idea is people can lay flowers

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within their normal commute to show their frustration

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at all the people involved. The government, the unions,

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Southern management, and just want a resolution

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and a better service, which has been horrendous on non-strike days

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as well as strike days. The service is terrible

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all the time. A Southern rail manager. --

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passenger. A man has pleaded guilty to raping

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a teenager on the Isle of Wight. The 18-year-old was picked up

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in Sandown High Street and then driven to a secluded car park

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in Niton, where she was Kevin Finch, 36, of no fixed abode,

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has been remanded in custody to be It's a landmark building

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on what's called the gateway But a developer is seeking

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permission to knock down the Park Hotel in Lyndhurst

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and replace it with more Because these would be assisted

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living accommodation, there's no requirement to include

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affordable housing - but that's what opponents say

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the village desperately needs. The 19th-century Lyndhurst

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Park Hotel has been shut It can now be demolished to make way

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for 74 retirement flats Mum of two Rachel is one

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of hundreds opposing the idea. The main objection is

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that the development doesn't meet the local need

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for affordable housing. I know of a number of families

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who have had to leave Lyndhurst to be able to afford to buy

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property, or to upsize. The nature of the developer is such

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that planners can't insist that It was built around 1815

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as a residential mansion, during which time it was

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used for smuggling. Then it becomes a more residential

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place, during which time the author of Jekyll and Hyde,

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Robert Louis Stevenson, who also who also wrote Treasure Island

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and Kidnapped, stayed And then it becomes a hotel

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about a hundred years ago. During which time Margaret Thatcher,

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the Beatles stayed here. The developers, Pegasus Life,

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were not available to be interviewed today, but in a statement

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they say their proposals will enhance the site and bring huge

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benefits for the village. They also say they've

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done their own investigations and found that the building has

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limited heritage value. Public consultation ends today,

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and the new Forest National Park authority will be discussing

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the matter in the next Some coastal communities

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in West Sussex and Hampshire are being warned to prepare

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for possible flooding tonight. Temporary flood defence walls have

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been put up along the River Arun's east bank in Littlehampton,

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to protect nearby homes Large waves and higher-than-usual

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water levels are expected to hit parts of the coast

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just after midnight. Flood warnings and alerts are also

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in place in Arundel, we've put up his temporary flood

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barrier that you can see behind us. We've also been busy putting out

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some sandbags and other We are expecting some flood alerts,

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and we have some flood alert in place already across West Sussex

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and Hampshire tonight. And we do have one flood

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warning in place at Bosham. Anjana Gadgil meets a hunter that

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scares the pidgeons. Willow flies outside

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the hospital three times a day She's really become

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a local celebrity. Environmental concerns have been

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raised over plans to build new homes on and around a lake near Theale

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in West Berkshire. It's not the first time the site has

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been targeted and developers says they'll provide much needed housing

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while also taking measure Opponents think it could put

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the area at greater risk. It may look a little barren

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and grey in the rain, but this lake formed

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from an old gravel gravel pit This is a very important site

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for wildlife, primarily for the birds that breed here,

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but we're also concerned While the Wildlife Trust understands

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the need for housing in this area, we think that developers should look

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elsewhere, and there are spaces in Berkshire that we think are more

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appropriate for this They fear house-building will harm

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and land protected nightingales. It's one of the most important sites

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not only in the county, The damage that it would do,

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it's just unacceptable. More than 200 houses

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could be built here, including 24 floating homes

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on the water. But this part of West Berkshire

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is prone to flooding, and the Environment Agency has

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concerns about the plans, as do The developers say their proposals

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go far beyond the new homes They say they're investing

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substantially in local infrastructure, and designing

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a flood alleviation scheme which will bring

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relief to nearby homes. The developer will provide

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it with new facilities There's a lot for planners

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to consider, but the demand The Thames Valley as a region

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is growing very quickly. There's industry is coming in, a lot

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of businesses want to be based here, and so that is attracting a lot

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of new families. You've got to couple that

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with the existing population who want to have homes

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for their children and grandchildren Where to put those houses

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is a very emotive subject, and this is one of the sites

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that is up for discussion The council is due to make a

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decision about the plans next month. A drive to save money could see bin

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collections in Basingstoke reduced The proposal comes as Hampshire

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County Council is cutting opening Basingstoke and Deane Council's due

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to discuss the idea next week. It says fortnightly collections

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are now common elsewhere. Pigeons nesting at Southampton

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General Hospital created four So to deal with it they employed

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a full-time Falconer. And each day Andy Crowle goes

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to work, he's reminded of his late wife because Sue was treated

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for cancer in Southampton. Before she died, she encouraged

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Andy to pursue his dream That's her rousing and getting her

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feathers in place for flying. High-level operations

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above Southampton General Hospital. Willow the Harris hawk casts

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an eye on the ground. The aim is that they see

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a predator on site, and it deters them from nesting,

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and so in that way we Once pigeons have bred here,

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it's their home, and they're almost Willow and Rogue are well rewarded,

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and they're well-suited to the job. They're very easy to train,

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they're very easy to get to do And they're almost like

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the Labrador of the bird world. They will follow you

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around wherever go. So, Willow flies outside

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the hospital three times a day She's really become

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a local celebrity. Andy started working

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with birds in March, He was encouraged

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by his late wife, Sue. Two years ago, my wife bought me

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a falconry experience day. And it really sort of unlocked the,

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unlocked the lid of that Sue came to Southampton

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for her treatment, giving Andy's She would probably be furious

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that I dug up the garden But actually, it was Sue

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that started it all. You know, she enabled

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me to do this, so... I feel that she's had

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a hand in it, really. As well as caring for the birds,

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Andy's own brood has grown. The day I met him, he became

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a grandfather for the second time. We are going to talk about football,

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we're going to talk a little bit about what's going to be happening

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off the pitch in the new future with Reading. I feel like we have kind of

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been here before. Because we have. This has been ongoing for several

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years now. Now, that brought some stability, but they want to move on

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themselves. Now the question is, is the latest planned takeover going to

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happen? Reading were beaten by QPR

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at the Madejski stadium on a night where the ongoing impasse over

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the protracted takeover of the club by a Chinese brother and sister

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pairing was brought to the fore A frustrating night for Reading,

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only their second home league defeat of the season. Nevertheless, Jaap

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Stam's engineered a fine campaign on the pitch, with the club pushing for

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promotion. It has come against a backdrop of more confusion over the

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ownership of America. The Royals are currently controlled by a consortium

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from Thailand. They're keen to sell. -- the ownership of Reading.

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Potential buyers are brother and sister from China. One is a property

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developer. They tried and failed with others to buy Hull city last

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year. Senior figures at the stadium see the Chinese offer is the dream

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ticket, but the Premier League, who still have a say in takeovers of

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clubs who could compete in their early, are thought to be cautious.

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Last night, Jaap Stam's frustrations over the takeover were made public.

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It annoys me that there's nothing told yet. Basically, that they want

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to sell the club. I don't know if we can still build the team for next

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season or the season after, but we can achieve, you know? There needs

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to be structure within the club, the owners and the team need to have a

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certain vision within what they want to achieve. I don't know if it's

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there at the moment, to be fair. So, well, we need to wait and see what's

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going to happen. Former Royal Jamie got this goal just before the

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half-hour. This was the closest equalising, just off the bar. Matt

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is becoming off the pitch serious, too. -- matters becoming. Fans and

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staff are pressing for answers. Indeed.

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Here's a look at the top of the championship,

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Reading stay third but could be down to fifth by the end of this

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Chris Hughton's men have gone 18 league games without defeat,

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a run which stretches back to September.

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It's seen them overtake big spending Newcastle at the summit,

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tomorrow the Albion travel to Preston, managed

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Of course, our games against them in recent seasons,

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We certainly know what to expect, and the manager has done very,

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very well in the time that he's been there, since they were promoted.

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In the Premier League, any hopes Bournemouth had of signing

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John Terry appear over after his manager ruled out

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the prospect of the defender leaving Stamford Bridge this month.

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The Cherries are at Hull tomorrow Southampton

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are on the road as well, they're at Burnley.

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In league one, Swindon are at Bolton, Oxford

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In league two, Portsmouth host struggling Leyton Orient,

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Pompey have lost just once in the league since November.

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BBC Local radio has full commentary of all the games.

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One other line of football news tonight.

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Basingstoke Town have announced plans to go

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The southern league premier division club held a special meeting this

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week to plot the way forward after owner and chairman Rafi Razzak

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announced he was to step down at the end of the season.

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Town now want to launch a drive to gain support from the Basingstoke

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community to take the club into their hands.

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Our nightly update, because it is getting to the wire.

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Gosport sailor Alex Thomson is clawing back the deficit to

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There's likely to be just six more days of racing before the boats

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arrive in the French port of Les Sables D'Ollonne.

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But the leader Armel le Cleach has hit an area of lights wind.

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He was moving at a speed of just one knot, while Thomson is moving along

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further south in the atlantic at ten knots.

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He's bidding to become the first Briton ever to win the single handed

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It's a massive weekend, I think in that race now. He needs to narrow

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that gap in the next couple of days. I think it's exciting, given that

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they've gone right round the world and it's coming down to last few

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days. Amazing, isn't it? By Monday night, we'll know just how close

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it's going to be. In the 1930s he was one of Britain's

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most prolific artists. Rex Whistler produced

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everything from romantic portraits to theatrical sets,

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book covers to giant murals. He also spent eight months creating

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a stunning drawing room So it's appropriate that Mottisfont

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is now hosting a major David Allard has been

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finding out more. He grew beautifully, just with a

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pencil. He was like Spencer. A great, great draughtsman. He was

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very humorous. He got on well with people. Portraits, particularly. He

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seemed to did get into the heart of people. The sugary seemed to get.

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You can't pigeonhole Rex Whistler - as the volunteer guides

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at Mottisfont have discovered. From high society portraits

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to a soldier's despair, Rex Whistler's life is reflected

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He's doing advertisements, commercial work, murals, constantly

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coming up with ideas and jotting down and making beautiful pictures.

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Interesting, complex person who was working hard. Quite an ordinary

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actually. -- an ordinary background. Mottisfont is already home

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to Whistler's last great work - In 1939 he designed,

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remodelled and painted this drawing The curtains are real, the permits

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an optical illusion. It's just a great example of painting that is

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designed to trick the eye. He painted the smoke billowing out, and

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it's just the most wonderful effect. A new exhibition draws together all

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aspects of ten mayor's work, from his juvenile sketches to his final

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pieces, documenting his time with the Welsh Guards. In this room, we

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have one of my absolute favourite pieces in the whole exhibition. It

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is this one, which is Sergeant Isaacs, the regimental clock. It is

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fantastic, as an example of somebody who is planted here, this is the

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backbone of the British Army. I just think he has such presence. Rex

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Whistler died in action in Normandy in 1944. He was just 39. Some feel

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his was a talent cut short. This exhibition helps us we discover a

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singular artist. -- rediscover. An exhibition where synchronising your

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agree. Onto the weather, it's going to be called this weekend.

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We have had a few showers today, and still lying snow in a few places, so

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the risk of ice in many locations. Lewis Horsley photographed the snow

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and sunrise near Basingstoke. Jill Grimwood took this picture

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of the snow falling first thing this And Robin Boultwood photographed

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the sunshine and highland Many of us saw the sunny spells,

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little more cloud in part of Oxfordshire, and a few showers

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drifted through Oxfordshire down towards Berkshire and Hampshire.

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Showers mainly falling as rain, and overnight we could see the odd

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wintry showers the risk of ice. There is a Met Office ice warning in

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force through parts of oxygen. We'll see more cloud spill in from the

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north-west, but generally we are looking at clear skies, and

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temperatures will fall away in the countryside 2-4 C. These are

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temperatures in our towns and cities. Met ice warning -- minus

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four Celsius. Ultima, ice during the morning. The could be wintry in

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higher part of Oxfordshire, showers. Temperatures ranging between four

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and seven Celsius, but a key north-westerly wind. Not as strong

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as today. It will take the edge of two bridges. A lot of sunshine

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tomorrow, the possibility of some patchy rain at times. Where we have

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clear skies towards the east, temperatures will fall away to

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around two or three Celsius. Showers in some places in Oxfordshire could

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be wintry at times, but mainly rain showers during the early hours of

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Sunday morning. Things are starting to turn a bit milder. More so as we

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head into Sunday, because we are expecting that milder air to move in

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from the Atlantic from the west, and with it some outbreaks of mainly

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light and patchy rain. Sunday will be a complete contrast from

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tomorrow. Tomorrow is the better day of the weekend. Sunday will see our

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breaks of rain at times, it will be quite grey and murky particularly

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over Hilltop errors. No pressure well in charge of our weather.

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Similar on Monday as well. Tomorrow a lovely sunny day, more cloud

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filling in through parts of oxygen, Buckinghamshire during the

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afternoon. And the chance of a wintry showers. Rain at times on

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Sunday, a lot of cloud on Monday and the first part of Tuesday. Late on

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Tuesday, it becomes brighter and colder. A cold weekend, at least the

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start of it. That is it from us this morning. We have more for you in

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bullet in the APM and temperature again. We are back on Monday at

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6:30am. Enjoy your weekend. Goodbye.

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