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Welcome to Spotlight. - so it's goodbye from me -

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Tonight, disbelief over the sudden closure of one

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The community around Holsworthy do not believe this hospital will be

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temporarily closed for a start, but I think more than that they feel

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that it has been by closed by the back door.

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There's outrage in Holsworthy tonight with many fearing

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We'll have the official explanation from a senior NHS manager

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Also on the programme tonight, the unexpected gift

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?1,000 was found tucked inside after being handed

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And we'll meet Devon's new inhabitants, six wolves who have

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Also, I will be live at the Eden Project where preparations are well

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underway for the world pasty Championships. Get your own!

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It's described as a temporary move, but tonight campaigners don't

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believe Holsworthy Hospital will ever be reopened.

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There's utter disbelief in the local community after the news emerged

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on Spotlight last night that inpatient beds are closing

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for the time being because there aren't enough staff.

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The Trust which manages the hospital says it can't guarantee

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when or if the beds will reopen but says it's working hard

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There's been a swift response in the town with a protest

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Kirk England reports on the reaction so far.

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For Jenny and Andrew Smith, Holsworthy Hospital

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The news of the closure has come as another major

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I'm just devastated, not just for me personally

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but for all the patients in there now, but also the patients

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that could have been treated there and helped and given care

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The news that inpatient services at the hospital being temporarily

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closed has led to fears about the future of the hospital

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This is Holsworthy, the community beds in Biddesford have shut,

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Torrington's beds have shut, Okehampton's beds are shutting.

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The only remaining community beds in this area of Devon are Holsworthy's.

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Well, I think temporary closure will very quickly become a permanent

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closure and that will see the end of Holsworthy hospital

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They have a tremendous number of vulnerable,

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frail and elderly people that depend upon that hospital as a place to go

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Only built in the early 1990s, campaigners say that the hospital

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is being run down on purpose with shocking claims about equipment

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Staff have shown me where they have actually gone out and bought

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doorbells, domestic doorbells, and cellotaped them to the tables

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in front of beds because the proper help pushes have failed

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This is a hospital that has been starved of maintenance

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so that they can show that it's not going to be fit for

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The trust managing the hospital says it is being maintained properly

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but that the temporary closure of beds is unavoidable due

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Ultimately we have to put the safety of our patients but also the welfare

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At the limit it is temporary. We are working closely with the

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commissioners of health care in Devon to look at alternatives and

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see if it is possible to reopen the beds and have sustainable staffing

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there. This protest has been organised with just a few hours

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notice. It shows how strongly people feel about their Community Hospital

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and the message is pretty clear. Police are trying to trace

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the owner of a pair of socks handed to a refugee

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agency in Taunton because No-one knows if it was a genuine

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donation or a mistake. And just going to check these socks

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in case there's anything in these. Small wonder they're

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checking their donations You never know, someone

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might do it again. Just imagine the surprise

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of volunteers at this aid warehouse when they came across a sock

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which was, well, slightly heavier We're used to being given donations

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in and we're used to taking like change and everything but ?1000

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is a lot of money to finding a sock. The thing is, the charity isn't sure

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whether this was a genuine, Well, we do have plenty

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of socks still here. Not, I'm afraid,

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of the ?1000 variety. They were taken to the police,

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who have now bagged the cash But we do have a picture, take

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a look at this and tell me are these Because if they are,

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the police and the charity would be In this warehouse in Taunton,

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the agency collects donations Plainly the hope is that

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this donation is real. We can do so much with that money,

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we can support a lot of refugees in Syria and in Greece and we can

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provide food, nappies, toiletries, Not a glass slipper, maybe,

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but nonetheless a story with a real Clinton Rogers, BBC

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Spotlight, Taunton. Next tonight, if you're interested

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in cheaper energy bills, keep watching, as one of the world's

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first Local Energy Markets Under the ?19 million trial,

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households and businesses will be offered free gadgets

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to produce and store energy. They could also sell

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it on to neighbours The three-year initiative

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is being paid for by Europe Our Business Correspondent

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Carys Edwards reports. On and on, each time we flicked

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a switch our bills go on rising. But in Cornwall, their's

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and energy revolution. But in Cornwall, there's

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an energy revolution. It's being led by Matt Hastings,

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a man with a mission. This project was developed to help

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Cornwall and really put Cornwall on the world stage,

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which we have done. I say the world is watching what's

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happening down here. His job within the energy company

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Centrica is to trial a pioneering local energy market where households

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and businesses can create energy, sell energy or buy energy,

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all within Cornwall. It's being dubbed a virtual

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eBay market for energy. Matt's got green credentials

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and owns this turbine in his own backyard and over

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the hill from his house you'll glimpse a solar

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farm and a wind farm, all creating renewable energy

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with the potential to sell locally and sustainably

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at far cheaper rates. So, let's think about the Cornwall

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local energy market like a farmer's market where you go to buy locally

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sourced products at a great price and really the local energy market

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is exactly the same, it's just instead of going to buy

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bacon or eggs you'll be able to go It starts with us installing

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new technology into Grants worth ?7 million are on offer

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for the installation of green energy gadgets such as micro generators

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or storage batteries. Consumers will be incentivised

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to use it or store it for later. If there's too much demand

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and not enough generation, consumers can save money

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by using less or even make money by selling any energy they don't

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need back to the market. Exeter University researchers

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will monitor the trial over three years to see if it makes

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a difference to bills or changes At the moment, people are quite

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thoughtless about electricity, they flicked a switch,

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the light comes on, and that's the extent of our participation

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in the electricity system. If you go down the sort of local

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energy market route, people can be much more actively

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involved, both financially and as a While renewable energy is changing

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the face of the Cornish landscape, this project has the potential

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to transform the entire energy industry with a shift away

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from the old worlds of a power plant to small systems dominated

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by renewable power. Carys Edwards, BBC

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Spotlight, Cornwall. Today is World Hearing Day,

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and did you know nearly half a million people in the South West

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are affected by hearing loss? But apparently many of them ignore

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the fact they have a problem. We can take our senses for granted

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but a leading expert in the field of audiology says personal lives can

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suffer as a result of 61-year-old Richard Hawking

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from Falmouth agrees to take a test. You press that and just

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follow the instructions, One in five of the people strolling

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down any high street in the south-west has some form

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of hearing loss from mild to severe. This test indicates you may have

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some degree of hearing loss. Considering I'm 61,

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I shoot, I'm not bothered. Research in the USA indicates

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a strong link between increased hearing loss and a much increased

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chance of dementia and depression. As you get more hearing loss,

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sometimes you grow older, then the link between hearing loss

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and dementia gets stronger, so the risk gets greater the more

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hearing loss you've got. The good thing is that

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what what we think from our work with Health Survey England is that

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if you take action, get your hearing assessed and then follow

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the interventions like using hearing aids and implants if you've got

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profound deafness, then that 72-year-old Janie Llewellyn spent 15

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years struggling with severe hearing loss where everything

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sounded like this. I became very withdrawn,

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I didn't want to mix with people because I couldn't hear

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what they were replying so I didn't I just became very withdrawn

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and depressed and my family The world of sounds opened up again

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for Janie with an implant. I got my confidence back as well,

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I'm not frightened to travel on my own, I don't have that feeling

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of vulnerability that I had. Before that the sport from Natalie,

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including a look ahead to tonight's And with low pressure in charge this

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weekend nothing will be straightforward but it is all a

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question of timing so rain but possibly sunshine as well.

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Six European wolf cubs have come to Wildwood Escott near Honiton,

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as part of a project which could help lead

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to their re-introduction to the wild in Britain.

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Researchers from Sweden have reared them for the last ten months

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and as Hamish Marshall reports, they'll study them whilst

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in captivity in Devon to better understand their behaviour.

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These ten-month-old European wolf cubs will be monitored

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in their new surroundings by experts from Sweden.

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The wolf is a really under-studied species because it's a very elusive

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and very fearful species, so it's very hard to conduct

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So having them like this is a great opportunity to get to know

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Christine and her colleagues have helped the wolves settle

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in as they want to work out how they compare to domestic dogs.

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We are very interested how behaviour has changed

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from when we domesticated the dog from the grey wolf at least 15,000

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years ago and we are interested in seeing if the similarities

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or the differences actually are there from the beginning,

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if they are born different or if there is something

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This was the animals at seven weeks old.

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They had been reared alongside puppies and it's not hard

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Just to prove the bond between the scientists

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and the wolves, the animals have actually been given names,

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We've got Elvis, Sting, Moby, PJ, KD and Lemmy -

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The scientific study is one part of the reason

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They haven't been wild in Britain for hundreds of years.

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Wolves in the wild could send a shudder down some peoples spines,

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It can indeed and that's part of the reason why we are doing

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There is a great deal of mythology surrounding wolves,

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they have had a real impact on our culture and now environment

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and they have acquired a reputation and much of that reputation

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These wolves will remain in quarantine for four months then

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visitors will get a chance to see them.

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And as for getting them into the wild in time,

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northern Scotland is the most likely location.

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Hamish Marshall, BBC Spotlight, near Honiton.

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We have posted that story on our Facebook page and it is getting a

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lot of reaction save you want to see what other viewers are making that

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go to our Facebook page. It's time for the sport now

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and there are some huge games Starting this evening

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with the Exeter Chiefs who travel to the Leicester Tigers tonight

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for a game which could be crucial in deciding who makes the end

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of season play offs, so they're planning

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to turn up the intensity Although undefeated in the top

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flight since the end of October, the Chiefs have spent the week

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gearing up for arguably one of the toughest tests

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on the Premiership calendar, and hope to build on last week's

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impressive victory over Newcastle. With a Six Nations break

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this weekend, the Chiefs side will include some

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of their internationals. They've only won once at the Tigers

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home since they made it into the Premiership and the Chiefs

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are well aware of the pressure they'll face under

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the floodlights this evening. Yeah, that's the thing,

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they have a big crowd and they are very passionate

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supporters, so they have a lot of support there, so it's about how

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you deal with it during the day. I think some of the younger kids

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might not be able to deal with it, where us older ones can sit back

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and relax and slowly build. Is it the be all and end all game,

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you know, is it all over for us in the top four if we don't win,

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well, of course it's not, you know, there's plenty

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of other fixtures and, you know, we are currently

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still second in the table but we would certainly like to go

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there and talk about paying in a way that gives us the opportunity to win

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the game and for me that's really what my focus has been on this

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week with the players. It hasn't been talking about what's

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going to happen in minute 78, minute 79, it's just talking

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about how we want to Kick off is at 7.45pm

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and there will be full commentary There's a full programme of rugby

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for the rest of the weekend. Plymouth Albion are at home

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to Hull and on Sunday Plymouth Argyle face a promotion six

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pointer at home to third Both sides have been

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in the automatic promotion places since September but both have

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suffered indifferent form in recent weeks with Argyle dropping ten

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points from the last twelve and the Cumbrians winning just

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two of their last ten. Derek Adams is hoping his side play

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a lot better than they did Yeah, I mean, we didn't play well

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enough on Tuesday night, we didn't cause Notts County enough

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trouble on their goal, we didn't pass with the fluidity

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that we have seen over the season and, you know, it was

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a disappointing result for us but we've moved on,

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we've got another big game this weekend, we had one last weekend

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against Luton away from home and now this weekend it's

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second against third. Sixth placed Exeter City

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were our only League Two side to win on Tuesday night when they beat

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Crawley Town 2-1. Tomorrow they take the best away

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record outside of the Championship on the 700 mile round trip

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to struggling Hartlepool If they win and other results

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go their way tomorrow they could go Here are all the fixtures -

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Yeovil are at home to Luton and Torquay have a relegation six

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pointer at home to fellow A 13-year-old boy from Bodmin has

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started his attempt to break a world Siam Juntakeret is going to try

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and cycle from east to west in 32 days, which would be a record

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for a child. He's completed day one, 95 miles,

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and given that they're 11 hours ahead should be getting ready

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to start day two very soon. Siam has three support riders

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with him, his Mum Tania and his coach, endurance athlete Bob

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Brown. An 11-year-old has completed

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the distance before, So, good luck to him. We will be

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following his progress. Amazing, ready. Quite hot down there at the

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moment. Apparently it is very hot and it has taken a couple of days to

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adjust to the temperatures. And no cheering of your favourite teams

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this weekend because of your voice! Just clapping! Take care.

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It's a big weekend in Cornwall - St Piran's Day is being celebrated

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on Sunday and pasty making skills are being put to the test.

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Nearly 200 of them will be made for a panel of judges to assess

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Amateurs and professionals will be competing for the coveted award.

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There are competitors from Camborne to Canada and Chile to Chacewater

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and they'll all be in the kitchens at the Eden Project.

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BBC Radio Cornwall's David White is there for us now.

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Yes, thank you Justin. I am down here at eight desert it Eden Project

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at the moment but tomorrow it is going to be packed with people for

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the World Pasty Championships. In the summer where I am now is

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normally the backstage area for the evening sessions but tomorrow it

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will be full of people eating pasties, drinking beer and watching

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what is going on on that stage down there. You can see the guys are

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discontinuing to break for tomorrow and on that stage you have got the

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whole range of music. I am going to be talking is a bit later on to two

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people who have come from across the Atlantic to try and take our awards

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back over to America and Canada but first here is somebody local who is

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also up for the challenge. Well, this is what we've

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all been waiting for, Look at that, beautiful and this

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is the pasty of Jeremy Brown This one actually isn't going in,

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Jeremy, is it, this is one you've brought down for me,

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so thank you very much for that. I made one in the batch

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for you, yes. I put a little D on it

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for you to make sure And do you know what the first thing

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I noticed about this pasty is where's the crimping

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around the edge? I think in North Cornwall we don't

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do a lot of crimping, we like a nice, my father always

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liked a nice light crimp because he didn't like too much

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pastry, so we keep it as light as possible, so I'm hoping

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to start a new trend. OK, now this pasty here is tomorrow,

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this will be where the check Now, your pasty last

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year got to this point Yeah, it has taken me this long

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to get over it to be honest I made two last year,

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I made a batch last year and I was really pleased with them,

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brought them down and they were too warm, they wouldn't go

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through the checking in process, so we took them around the car park

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for a bit of a walk, tried to cool them off a bit,

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still wouldn't go through, How are you this year, are you happy

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with this year's batch? No, they're not as good as last

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year's but I'm hoping that, you know, sometimes they might just

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sneak through, you know. All right, well good luck tomorrow

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with the pasties and also you're singing as well

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tomorrow, aren't you? Yeah, singing tomorrow at 4pm, yes,

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just before the final All right well fill

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yourself with some pasty, All right David,

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will do, all the best. well, this is what it is all about

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and you can probably see the issue here is that there are two pasties

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and three of us, so there will be an argument in a minute but that's talk

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to Mike who is from the junior. Now, you are coming over here trying to

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take our awards back! We will certainly give it a shot. We have

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brought over our best product. We will see what happens. Tell us about

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what you do in America because you obviously make traditional pasties,

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you are from over here, so how did it happen? I was working for a bank

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in Canary Wharf. I left with my American wife and my terms were that

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I was going to go and do what I wanted to do. I have always been in

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love with Cornwall and Cornish pasties and that is what I decided

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to do. At the other had anyone from Cornwall coming into your shop over

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there and eating your pasties? Certainly, the family from Michigan

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settled by Cornish people came in three generations, little old lady,

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85 years old, said she was going to test my pasties and give her

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opinion. I was scared! People know their pasties, trust me! They do!

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She gave me the big thumbs up so I was well happy. Let's talk to Matt

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who have got this award here, which is the pasty ambassador award from

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last. You want this last year. Why did you get it? I do a lot of

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promotion for pasties in Canada. It's pasties, people don't know what

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they are over there so it is a bit of an education process and I have

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15 different varieties of pasty, including the traditional one, too.

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Congratulations on that, good luck for the pasty Championships and they

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start tomorrow here at the Eden Project. It is a massive weekend for

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anybody from Cornwall. On Sunday it is St Piran's Day. Make sure you get

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your pasty ready for 9pm on Monday night for the Trelawney shout. You

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can have a singsong, drink a bit of beer in the pubs as well with

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everybody. St Piran's Day on Sunday. I think David put his hand up first

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ball that story, didn't he?! I don't blame him! -- his hand up fast for

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that story. Weather-wise, what will it be like?

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You will be a hot pasty this weekend. Not particularly good

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weather. There is some brightness, it would be raining all of the time

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but the rain will be heavy at times, so an unfettered weekend. Low

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pressure in charge. -- so an unpleasant weekend. There is also

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some sunshine in the forecast, I should add. When you look at the big

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satellite picture you can make out, well, what can you make out? Not a

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lot. Most of Western Europe covered in cloud but there is a hole in the

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cloud outfit to the West of us. That will -- brain will turn up and it

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will merge with this area of low pressure to get wet weather.

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It could be that the rain moves through quite fast. We get sunshine

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and showers following in. Monday next week another area of low

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pressure. That will be a bit of trouble because the exact position

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is uncertain. Let's look at the satellite picture in a bit more

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detail because there have been the showers around today. There are now

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holds in the cloud. Forecast overnight the night is to see holes

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developing in that cloud. This was earlier today down at the beach

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where the breeze was strong enough for the kite surfers to get out. EC

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is not at the moment, about or nine Celsius. The sea is not warm at the

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moment. About eight or nine Celsius. You need to know what you are doing

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if you are kite surfing in these conditions. Similarly if you are

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heading for the surf this weekend it will be messy indeed. There are some

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clear flop in the cloud and first thing tomorrow morning although it

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is a reasonably good start there will be some showers developing. --

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there are some clear spots in the cloud. Through the day tomorrow some

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sunny spells before shouts turn up and they may form lines and once

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they go through the sunshine will be back out and that is the way of it

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for much of it. -- some sunny spells before the showers turn up. Some

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wind coming in from the west. Possibly ten or 11 Celsius but it

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would feel as warm as that because of those brisk westerly winds. Here

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is the forecast for the Isles of Scilly. Quite windy here, patchy

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light rain. Sunny spells at times, too. Those are the times of high

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water. For our servers, I mentioned the surf, it is going to be messy

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for most beaches. -- for our surfers. The waves on the north

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coast and messy conditions, it is quite dangerous along the beach.

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There is the coastal waters forecast.

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Possibly even gale force around the Isles of Scilly later in the day. On

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Sunday, a windy day. One line of rain moves through, showers follow

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behind and the winds remain brisk and from the West in the second half

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of the weekend. Of the two days, probably Saturday that is the dryer

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of the two days. But whether on Monday. Have a nice weekend. Lucy

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will be here with a round-up of local politics on Sunday at 11am.

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We'll be back with the on Monday. In the meantime, thanks for joining us

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and have a good weekend. Good night.

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