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Thousands of people braved freezing conditions at Gosport in Hampshire


this morning to welcome Round-the World sailor Alex Thomson


Thomson finished second in the Vendee Globe round the world


yacht race last month, and broke several speed records,


despite sailing for much of the race with a damaged boat.


And as Steve Humphrey reports, he's announced he'll compete


in the race again to try and win it in 2020.


The man who battled his way solo around the world in the Vendee Globe


race wasn't short of company as he sailed back home.


He even got a civic hug as he came ashore.


He came second in the Vendee Globe - but in this town he is the number


it's amazing. When you are out there you have isolated then you don't get


a feeling so when you come back it is a massive welcome, incredible.


in the Vendee Globe race captured the imagination


In the end he was beaten by Frenchman Armel le Cleac'h.


But Alex's gritty determination has won him plenty of fans.


Absolute determination. Not giving up. It's just the most amazing


endeavour. With Alex Kane England all the time there is just such


excitement. As he says, the objective now is to put together a


competitive bed to try to when the race in 2020. Third place, second


place, next time around? Premier! It means first.


He'll enjoy all the adulation and plaudits - but there's no doubt


about his determination to win the round the world race in 2020.


The ferry service between Hythe and Southampton has been


Hampshire County council's agreed to pay ?50,000


in emergency funding for a replacement ferry to be


chartered while the main ferry has a refit.


The authority's also paid a subsidy to the privately run business


The first ever female Dean of Winchester has been installed


at a special service at Winchester Cathedral


The Very Reverend Catherine Ogle began her ministry began


in Yorkshire, and was amongst the first women to be ordained


a priest in the Church of England in 1994.


She told South Today she wants the church to be open to everyone.


It's such a wonderful experience, it's almost overwhelming, because I


am deeply aware of the great history of this place and the 38th Dean of


Winchester, which is a remarkable inheritance, and the cathedral today


has been fool of worship and music and affection and lots of people


happy to be together to come today. Wonderful.


Onto football, and Southampton, with only one win in their last


seven Premier League games, are hoping to improve that record


After lots of Sunderland pressure, the transfer window signing from


Napoli put them ahead, and he has just got a second, so Southampton


lead 2-0 early in the second half. Brighton are currently 2-0 up.


Swindon won a goal down at half-time and no goals between Oxford United


and MK Dons. And in League Two, a goal


from Matt Clarke after just two minutes gave Pompey the half time


lead against Accrington Stanley. Good even in. Sticking with the


wintry feel as you move through the rest of this weekend, plenty of


cloud around and a few outbreaks of rain and there could be something


wintry in the mix as the temperature falls into an overnight low of


between one and three. Eat cold start to the day with plenty of


clouds around and it could be wintry as well of higher ground but some


breaks, the temperature reaching a maximum 5-6 with the easterly breeze


taking the edge. Another cloudy day with outbreaks of rain but it looks


like we will see something more springlike by the time you get to


Monday, the dry and bright with wind as well.


Before we go just a reminder that our current affairs programme


the Sunday Politics is on at 11 o'clock tomorrow here on BBC One -


and council reorganisation in Dorset is among the topics under


Good afternoon. An afternoon to snuggle up in front of the telly and


watch some rugby. It's been a cold winter's day. Not just for humans.


This shot was taken earlier. There was some sunshine in Scotland, here


a beautiful afternoon. That was the expectation for most. It's bleak out


there. A mixture of rain and snow on the radar. You have to go a long way


up the hills to find settling snow. Into the evening and temperatures


begin to fall again, we could see some of the white stuff turning up


again at lower levels across eastern Counties of England and quite a lot


of snow piling up over the Pennines in particular on a brisk wind, it is


going to feel cold wherever you are with temperatures hovering close to


freezing. Tomorrow another raw feeling day.


Further rain, sleet and snow. Most of the snow focussed over the Peaks


and Pennines. Rain and sleet