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and on BBC one we now join the BBC's news teams where you are.

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hello, welcome to South Today, I'm Sally Taylor.

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He headlines tonight- the scandal of contaminated blood

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A former Hampshire schoolboy who contracted the deadly disease

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You try and make the best out of life now, such as it is.

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There is no way it is ever going to restore to me all those

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hopes and dreams I had as a teenager.

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Eight teenagers are in hospital and 20 more needed medical treatment

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I'm on the election cycle on Day 3 in Andover

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And we're live from a new leisure centre who set their sights high

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while other Council projects remain grounded.

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It's been described as one of the worst medical

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In the late '70s and '80s, contaminated blood products

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were given to people with haemophilia by the NHS,

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infecting many with HIV and Hepatitis C.

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Now victims who were treated as children whilst at a specialist

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school in Hampshire, are among those calling for a full

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public inquiry into what happened. Briony Leyland reports.

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Adrian Goodyear was diagnosed with haemophilia as a child.

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His blood doesn't clot properly and without treatment,

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In 1980 at the age of ten, Adrian was sent to Treloar's School

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near Alton, a specialist school for disabled children.

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There, he was given Factor VIII, the latest NHS clotting treatment

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Factor VIII made the most unimaginable difference.

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You would probably only be off your feet for only a day.

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You weren't worried about getting on your bike or your skateboard

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or going out with your friends, to the park.

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Tragically, the treatment was made with blood products

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from donors in the US, and was in many cases contaminated

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There is no suggestion that Treloar's, which was working

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within strict NHS guidelines, was at fault.

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It says the treatments were given in good faith but for some,

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They went round the room one by one and they went,

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you have, you haven't, you have, you haven't.

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Slowly, calmly saying who had HIV and who didn't.

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Adrian has lived with being HIV-positive since that day

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but 72 haemophiliacs from Treloar's have died.

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Across the UK, 2,000 deaths have been linked to the scandal.

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Joseph Peaty was also a pupil at Treloar's.

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He was told he was HIV-positive when he was 19.

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I can try and make the best out of life now, such as it is.

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There is no way that it is ever going to restore to me all those

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hopes and dreams I had as a teenager.

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But if I want to carry on, I've got to keep taking this

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and that comes with it a really heavy burden and a reminder every

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day of what happened and why I reached this point.

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The Department of Health has rejected suggestions of a cover-up.

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It says there is no evidence of government negligence but those

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affected want a full public enquiry to investigate whether more

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could have been done to stop a medical disaster.

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The picture is still not complete and what is needed is exposure

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to bring about any form of healing at all, before everyone

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Joseph Peaty ending that report and the scandal of contaminated

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blood products is investigated in a Panorama programme tonight -

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Eight teenagers have been treated in hospital in Salisbury and more

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than 20 have needed medical treatment after taking

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Xanax is used to treat people with anxiety disorders.

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A teenage boy has been arrested on suspicion of supplying the drug.

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Our Home Affairs Correspondent Peter Cooke joins me in the studio.

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Well Sally, It's a drug which is used to treat

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the symptoms of severe anxiety - but it's not prescribed on the NHS.

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However it can be given to people on a private

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prescription from their doctor. Its side effects can

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include drowsinesss, aggression and hallucinations.

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It's not recommended for children under the age of 18.

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And an indication of how strong the drug is -

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is that it's illegal to drive having taken it.

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Wiltshire Police say it appears the drug was provided to some

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pupils, aged 15 and 16, from three schools in Salisbury

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They said the teenagers were 'deliberately

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risking their health' - and are urging parents and guardians

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to talk to their children about the risks of taking drugs.

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We've got children presenting in what appears to be a drunk state.

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They are coming to school, they are not feeling well

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and they are reporting and saying that they've taken these

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tablets over the weekend, so this is having an effect over

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days, later, it is still actually impacting on these children.

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eight of those children were treated in hospital and 20 needed medical

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attention. All said no to be home and recovering well. The police are

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concerned because this drug is so strong, cheap and addictive. If you

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are going to buy them as individual tablets, you they are about ?2

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tablet and four children, that is quite attractive. With the addictive

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nature, the prices are to rise. This is something about getting somebody

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hooked on it. If they can't get that public, they will then go on to

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other drugs. Will Chudley is arrested a 15-year-old boy from

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Salisbury on Monday on suspicion of supplying a class a drug. --

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Wiltshire Police. It could be some weeks before they know the results,

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having sent the drug way for testing.

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A holiday rep from the Isle of Wight is in hospital in Portugal

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28-year-old Eleanor Chessel who's employed by the tour operator TUI,

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had been working at a four star hotel in the Algarve,

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when it's claimed the corrosive substance was thrown at her.

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Police in Portugal say no arrests have been made so far.

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Eleanor has been transferred to a specialist burns unit

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Four jobs are set to be cut at a troubled academy

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The Academies Enterprise Trust who run the Sandown Bay Academy have

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confirmed to the BBC that one teaching post will be

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go as well as three support staff positions.

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It comes after protests outside the academy yesterday over plans

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to merge Sandown Bay with Ryde Academy.

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AET say the redundancies are part of budget pressures.

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A pilot scheme in Berkshire - which helps people who are diagnosed

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with early onset dementia, has been made permanent.

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40,000 people under the age of 65 have dementia in the UK but most

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of the support available is targeted at much older people.

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The scheme employs the only two nurses in the country who support

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younger patients and their families. Here's Tom Hepworth.

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Neil Richards used to be a soldier and police officer.

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He has also been diagnosed with early onset dementia.

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I was always very forceful about what I wanted to do

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And it kind of robs you of that decision-making process.

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And I find it very frustrating and of course, the other side

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Even following something as simple as a shopping list can be difficult

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at times. That my children see me not the same

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sort of guy that I used to be. She has taken on a lot of stuff

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and I'm unable to deal with it. Your partner, you would normally

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discuss everything with, So you do feel really

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isolated and lonely. And if it wasn't for Lizzie,

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what would life be like? Lizzie Harrison is an Admiral nurse.

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She sees Hannah once a month. A big part of my work is giving

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families the opportunity to talk Their frustrations,

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their difficulties of dealing with changes, giving practical

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advice and also planning for things, that need to be talked

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about for the future, while trying to help

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them live day-to-day. I can't imagine how we would have

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got through it as we have done Lizzie has worked with the charity

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Young People With Dementia. It has published a book to help

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young children come to terms with a parent suffering

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from the condition. It will be performed as a play due

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to tour local schools soon. The BBC can reveal that men

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in the south whose sex lives have ended because of prostate surgery

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are suffering in silence because they can't get

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a corrective operation. Erectile dysfunction is rare,

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but potentially devastating. Until recently men were able to have

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corrective procedure locally. But now more and more

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patients in the region These are by definition men who have

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reached the end of the line with all other treatments,

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so they only qualify for this treatment if

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everything else has failed. So there are no other options.

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So essentially, they sit in limbo, and have been, some of them,

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for two or three years. NHS England says it wants to set

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up a designated centre somewhere in the south,

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but until then patients Hundreds of staff at

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the Atomic Weapons Establishment in Berkshire have staged another

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24-hour strike in a long-running More than 700 Unite union

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members at Aldermaston and Burghfield walked out -

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on the 18th day of strikes The industrial action forced AWE

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to cancel a planned exercise today when it was due

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to demonstrate its nuclear The first ever conference on the

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deadly dog disease Alabama Rot - has taken place in Reading today.

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Around a third of reported cases have originated in the south -

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mainly in the New Forest. The disease, which was first

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reported in the UK in 2012 and causes kidney failure,

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has now killed 98 dogs In a moment - a political editor

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on a bike, sports reporter climbing a wall and a weather presenter

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in the gym. They said I'd be going upstairs,

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should have known that was a trick! Will the temperatures be climbing?

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I'll have the forecast very shortly. Politicians are taking to the street

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and airwaves to tell us what they would do if they ran the country.

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What do voters actually want from the parties? Our political editor

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Peter Henley has taken to his bicycle to get into the heart of

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communities to hear their views. Today, he was in and over with young

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families who have got enough distractions without an election as

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well. South of Newbury, some fabulous

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countryside. And plenty of people out enjoying it. These three trading

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to climb a mountain in Morocco. In this election, which politician do

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they think has the most uphill struggle? I don't know how many

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people voted for Jeremy Corbyn but I think maybe that is the only people

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that might vote for Labour. I think that'll be the interesting thing. I

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don't think we will have a Trump surprise. I think maybe we have had

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enough surprises now. In this village, this is the church where I

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got married. Mrs Thatcher was in charge at the time, how do you think

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Theresa May come payers? Very similar cast I think. She's a strong

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woman, she has got very good premise. And over was the village

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once. Now, it is a town with cycle paths and so many houses. Pubs and

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schools and lots of jobs. Are there some people whose wages are not

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keeping up, who have been left behind? Time to slip off those

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cycling shoes to pay a visit to the tenpin bowling alley in town. Sarah

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runs a group for local mums. I will vote and I have started to look

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around to see what each party office. I won't decide until the

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day. Maybe even when you are in there? Yes. When you spend a lot of

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time at Westminster, you can forget that some people don't find election

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exciting. You were not bothered about the election? Is that because

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you don't really think an election is needed? I don't really follow it

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that much but I don't know, they all seem to have different points and

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views and then when it is the chance to prove it, nothing ever seems to

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come from what they are saying. I am not a fan of Theresa May but I think

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she will stay in power so it won't really matter much. She was opposed

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to Brexit and now she's calling an election so is it because she is not

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so sure she can do it? There are things going on behind the scenes

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that we don't know. Peter is at Stockbridge now. People

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have either made up their mind or are leaving it until they get closer

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devoting? Like Maria who you saw at the end, from Spain, works in the

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NHS as does her partner. They have got questions but they don't feel

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they're being answered. Most people I spoke to, and I spoke to a lot,

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they feel it also not. They have got questions but they are not asking

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them and I think it's not apathy, not that they are not interested.

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But after the EU referendum, people feel they have a stake in the

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country and they want to see what is going to happen. They haven't worked

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out the questions. Let's hope they have given it long enough that the

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politicians come back with some answers. Too many people think this

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is about Brexit? Some do. They feel Theresa May is, the point is that

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she is taking forward Brexit is a valid one. And this is a

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continuation of the earlier EU vote. They are also thinking Jeremy Corbyn

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is not popular. Things could change on both those counts. Events over

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the next few weeks. If they do, we could see things changing quite

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quickly. People are used to surprises in politics, almost

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looking for some prizes, but I think if there are none, people will not

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be surprised. Does that make sense? Now, time to dive into an issue

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that affects a number of our communities here in the south

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- access to swimming pools. With pressures placed

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on local authority budgets, we've featured a number of stories

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in recent months of pools closing Lewis Coombes is at a brand-new

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leisure centre in Fleet in Hampshire for us this evening,

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to take an in-depth look at the different approaches

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taken by councils. Is not many leisure centres can

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boast their own climbing wall. Carly is just enjoying herself. Doing

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really well. The leisure facilities here are in the ascendancy. Seven

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years ago, the Council took a brave decision to commit to this project,

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despite being in a recession. What did Hart do differently? They got

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creative, formed a partnership with a local building developer who paid

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for a third of the build cost. Leisure grants and loans made up the

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rest and it's proved to be a decision that has paid off, leaving

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everyone else playing catch up. With the ribbon cut and medal

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winners on show, a sea of locals were keen to explore their shiny

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new leisure centre. three swimming pools,

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four exercise studios, a huge sports looks good, but comes

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at a cost - ?23 million. They were one or two doubting

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Thomases, obviously. But the commitment of Hart and then

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of course the management team did an excellent job of getting

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the design right, getting the financing right and really

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producing an iconic building. I think that is where

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Hart District Council are wonderful, because they understand how

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important being physically active is, for people's

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physical well-being, It's not just a swimming pool,

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it's not just a gym. This sports hall is

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huge, absolutely huge. It's amazing that in a community

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like this, they've got this It makes a huge difference

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to fitness, to clubs that want to be competitive and hopefully one day go

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to the Olympics. The community loves these venues

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and I think people need to use Hart as an example to the rest

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of the country, definitely. In the shadows of the new facility

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lays the old Hart Leisure Centre. It only closed the day before

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the new centre opened. A deliberate decision to guarantee

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people wouldn't be without leisure and exercise facilities.

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But that's an uncommon approach. Just 30 miles along the road,

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Andover Pool and Sports Hall We have to go to Romsey

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or Basingstoke. Not everyone can afford

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the transport links for that, A permanent replacement

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is two years away. Such has been the outcry,

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a temporary pool will now open later this summer.

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In Reading - the Council has closed the 104-year-old

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Arthur Hill swimming pool. It will be sold to help

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pay for a new facility. Again, there's a catch - it

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won't open for another four years. In Southampton, inspectors

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closed the swimming pool at Bitterne Leisure Centre in March

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after discovering its 30-year-old It won't reopen until

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after the summer. While in Winchester -

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the current 40-year-old River Park site no longer meets

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the community's needs. The council's preferred

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opiton is to build a new If it's approved, it will take

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three years to complete. Here, though, they're

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going the same way as Hart - continuing to fund the existing

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centre, until the new one opens. With council budgets reduced,

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it's clear there were different approaches

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to providing leisure facilities. Here in Fleet - the decision

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was made that despote Here in Fleet - the decision

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was made that despite difficult financial times,

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investment in leisure was needed. Very good, good foresight

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and for the future, it's very good. I've got three children

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and they will always be using it I think from Hart's

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perspective, it's fantastic. I've come into this sparkling EUPOL.

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Many others know they need these facilities but so far, very few have

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managed to deliver it. I'm delighted to say

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I'm joined on poolside by former Olympic swimmer

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and Commonwealth Champion from Portsmouth - Katy Sexton.

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And Patricia Hughes is the Chief Executive

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of Hart District Council. Patricia, what did the council have

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to give back to the developer in return for this land and a third

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of the build cost? A-League it was only a third of the

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funding, very valuable to us. The rest of it is coming from generation

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from the centre and it is important it will be self-sustaining in terms

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of income generation. Sport England figures show a gradual

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decline in the number of people swimming over the past ten years -

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How important is proper investment We live on an island and this is an

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important life skill kids learn. By taking away leisure centres, you

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lose that. You now run your own

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Swim Academy, based in Havant - how difficult have you found pools

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to teach in? Very. We had just had our latest one

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shot earlier this year so we have had to relocate. We are up against

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other people, leisure centres offer their own lessons. It is difficult.

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There are planned new centres in Reading, Winchester and Andover but

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they will take some time to deliver. What impact does that have, when it

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is delayed? I think your fear for learning to swim gets bigger the

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older you get. So then it will be harder for people to do. Every

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department wants money, why did you prioritise leisure and health? We

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think it is important for our community to be healthy, we have got

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one of the longest life expectancy is across the whole of the country.

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We also have one of the highest levels of sport outtakes are there

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was a real need from our residents to have something of this quality on

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the doorstep. We're really pleased to be able to deliver that for them.

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?23 million is a lot of money, do you have value for money? I think

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so, it is our biggest investment and it is history and we are delighted

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to be to deliver this in a cost-effective way that doesn't cost

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our Council Tax payers any money. The night, if Southampton managed to

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beat Arsenal at St Mary's stadium, they could move into the top eight

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of the Premier League. Manager Claude Puel has

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no new injury concerns following the draw at Liverpool

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at the weekend. Striker Charlie Austin is close

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to a return following five months Full match commentary

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on BBC Radio Solent. You know when you have a new carpet

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at home and you don't let people wear the shoes while they have given

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me these very fashionable overshoes. Doing everything they can to protect

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it! It's at least better than plastic bags!

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It's been a lovely day and that's been reflected

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in your weather pictures. You'll find most of them

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on our Facebook page but here's one to show you now.

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Rachel Baker caught this moment of fun among the bluebells

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Let's get the weather forecast now - Alexis is up there in the gym.

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What a glorious day we had today. Temperatures reached highs of 19

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Celsius and we saw highs of 17 Celsius widely. This is the

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satellite picture from early on. Barely a cloud in the sky, enabling

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those temperatures to rise nicely, especially away from the coast.

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Today, highs of 19 Celsius, tomorrow, temperatures could be

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slightly higher. Overnight tonight, clear skies initially and then the

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cloud will start to increase from the south. Bringing with it maybe

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the odd shower for the south coast. Tomorrow morning, we are expecting

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temperatures to range between eight to 10 Celsius. Temperatures warming

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up nicely with warm air pushing up from the south and with that, we are

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expecting temperatures to reach potentially around 15 to 19 Celsius.

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Possibly pushing 20. In some sheltered spots. It will be a warm

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day, a ferret of cloud and maybe the odd isolated shower during the

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morning. The afternoon and evening is when we see the risk of a couple

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of thunderstorms pushing in from the south. They will become quite heavy

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and potentially thundery tomorrow night with temperatures tomorrow

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night dropping to a very mild 11 to 12 Celsius. We are expecting

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temperatures to rise nicely tomorrow. On the outlook, we are

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expecting a fair amount of cloud over the next few days, a couple of

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brighter spells but the weekend looking slightly fresher and

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brighter and with that, temperatures are rising nicely. Tomorrow night,

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look out for the risk of some heavy thundery rain. Back to you.

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Thank you very much. Some lovely people have told us the local

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weather forecast. There is a chance of a thunderstorm.

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The wind will be light and easterly. And the top temperature

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will be 20 degrees. What a glorious facility this is.

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Lovely. It is fantastic. We will have to get onto one of the

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treadmills. STUDIO: I am there in spirit!

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Now how many balloons do you think you'd need to blow up

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Well more than 10,000 have been used to make this 25-metre

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tall waterfall sculpture in a Winchester shopping centre.

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It took balloon artist Ben Field more than a week to create.

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He says it's four metres taller than the current

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There'll be a news summary at 8pm and we'll be back at 10.30pm.

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