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after passengers made their way smoke-filled concourse.

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Tonight: We go onboard the newest navy supply ship RFA Tidespring.

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The huge vessel has come to Falmouth to be fitted out -

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a contract which secures jobs and millions of

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Also tonight: From archaeologist to song writer, to eco champion.

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Sir Tim Smit will be joining us in the studio to talk

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about projects past, present and plans for the future.

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A new lease of life for this historic building -

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one of several across our region to benefit from ?15 million

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And taking on the ocean - the Devon skipper preparing

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We start tonight with a story which should help safeguard

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jobs and provide a boost for the local economy.

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A brand new tanker for the Royal Fleet Auxilliary has

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arrived in Falmouth for fitting out work as part of a multi-million

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RFA Tidespring and her three sister ships are a new generation of tanker

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designed to refuel the UK's new aircraft carriers.

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The work at Falmouth will help secure 300 jobs at the shipyard.

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Spotlight's David George is there for us tonight.

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New generation of type class tankers. She is about a year late

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arriving here due to delays in her built in South Korea, but she is

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designed to be more flexible in use, cheaper in operation and better for

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the environment. She will be here for four months while work is

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carried out. RFA Tidespring ride in Falmouth at

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the weekend after a seven-week, 14,000 mile voyage from the shipyard

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where she was built in South Korea. This ship and the other three like I

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will carry out research unit and resupply at sea with the new

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carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, all with any Nato military vessel. These

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ships are designed to support those ships at sea so they can carry

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greater amounts of aviation fuel and diesel to keep those ships

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operating. We also have the requirement to replace our old

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tankers which are single hold so this class of tanker is double

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hulls, meet the latest regulations for maritime pollution. Refuelling

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at sea meets big ships moving at speed close to each other, a

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difficult and dangerous manoeuvre but the tide spring is designed for

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it. Down below are 17,000 cubic metres of diesel and is aviation

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fuel and the cargo fuel comes up from the control room out through

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deeper punishment rigs and that pumps fuel to the ships alongside.

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The ships were built in South Korea in a contract worth more than ?450

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million. 150 million pounds of that has gone to UK companies who have

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provided much of the equipment on board. What we need to do is put in

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specific mission sensitive equipment which is the weapons and

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communications fit which gives to be done in a UK yard. It will take

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about four months to get her into specification and we will continue

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onto into service. This contract valued at ?20 million is good news

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for the Falmouth Yard and the people who work is. Secures our workforce

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for a year but the infrastructure and the community, hotels, tourism,

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a great opportunity to secure economic prosperity for Falmouth and

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the outlying regions. The four tankers will be able to resupply

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Nato ships anywhere in the world and they will be equipped to carry out

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other tasks such as humanitarian aid work and anti-drug operations. You

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might have missed the names of the other three ships there, they are

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tied to surge, tied force and tight race and each of those will come to

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Falmouth for the same sort of work, one after the other, keeping the

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yard busy for the next 18 months. After that the company hoped to have

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won the contract for the ongoing maintenance of these ships which

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will secure jobs for even longer. Apologies for the sound problems we

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had there. Today marks the 25th

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anniversary of the restoring of the Lost Gardens of Heligan,

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near Mevagissey in Cornwall. Now, one of the most popular

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botanical gardens in the UK Heligan had fallen into disrepair

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as its workforce went off to fight The man behind the gardens,

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Sir Tim Smit, went on to create the Eden Project and is now looking

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towards China and beyond. We'll be talking to him

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about his next 25 years in a minute, but first a look at some

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of his projects in the Southwest. He is the businessman who has

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always had bold visions. Heligan's botanical gardens

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were overgrown and lost in bramble and ivy for decades until this

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entrepreneur discovered them Sir Tim's best-known work,

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the Eden Project, has just celebrated its 16th birthday

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and after some difficult years, has seen visitor numbers return

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to the million mark. And now controversial

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plans are underway for The centrepiece a glass arc

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surrounded by a surf lake and beach, hotel, designer outlet village

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and a service station planned for 90 hectares of land by junction

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27 of the M5 and Eden Sir Tim's first big building venture

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overseas on the east coast of China. Sir Tim Smit joins us in the studio

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now. Can you believe it is 25 years? I can when I see the state of me in

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1990! Some would say you are very good at spending other people's

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money. I think everything we have done so far in the south-west has

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been very good for the south-west and Heligan, we did not spend

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anybody else's money and today it is our 25th anniversary from opening in

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east of 1990 once in a goat shed and I will never forget that because we

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had a goat shed and 80 and, I did it with my friend John who sadly died

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two years ago and without him this would not be there. To think where

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we have got to know is fantastic. You are best known probably buy a

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lot of people for Eden, but what does Heligan mean to you 25 years

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on? It means everything because when you take a gamble with your life to

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do something that you have a sense that you ought to do but has no

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certainties and you promised yourself you will do something as

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well as you can and there is a bit of pain along the way, but it is

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totally life affirming. It put me in touch with John Nelson who worked

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every hour of daylight to make it a reality. It was a wonderful feeling,

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this gang, then the public came in watching us do the restoration,

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people getting hooked on the place when we were not open. Today we have

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had more than 6 million visitors and the thing that is satisfying is how

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many people who were there in the early days are still there. Just

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like the atmosphere we are creating at Eden, people do not want to go

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because it becomes like a family thing. That is the most important

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thing that we have built places that feel they are part of a community.

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You want to the extent that community to China, so you are

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taking their business model over four Eden to China. We will build

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three Eden Project in China, in different parts of the geography. We

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are also, we have won a competition to build with Grimshaw at Expo 2020

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in Dubai, but at the heart of this is an important thing, in the

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glamour, people forget we were built to build a serious environmental

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project. China is not known for its environmental credentials, so how

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does an Eden like Project fit in with China that has a lot of coal,

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fire powered stations and peruse the atmosphere? One of the things you

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have to be aware of is that we in the West love rather hypocritical

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you to point the finger at others. What is the point of us doing

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anything because India and China are pumping stuff into the air? There

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are a lot of lies told about China. It is just not true. But you see a

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lot of smoke in Beijing. There is a chum and is pollution problem but

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the Chinese that we are talking to over there and the young people at

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universities of passionate that their business excess is going to be

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match by their passion to win back the environment. Something to cheer

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you up, each of the last two years, China has planted more trees than

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the rest of the world put together. The fastest incidence of putting

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renewable energy in the world is China and they cannot believe that

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we in the West are not dominating that. We allowed the excuse of China

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polluting the world to prevent us from being dynamic. So much to talk

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about. But thank you very much for joining us.

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There were celebrations today in a number of coastal areas

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across the south west as ?15 million in government grants

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Ilfracombe's watersports centre is being helped as is a new visitor

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attraction on Portland and a heritage centre at West Bay.

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Spotlight's Hamish Marshall has been to two places in Cornwall

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where existing buildings will be transformed.

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It has been a landmark in Looe for centuries,

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but the sardine factory is to undergo

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Inside, the years and its links with fishing show, but soon this

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Part of the scheme is a training restaurant to pass on vital skills.

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We have a number of good restaurants in Looe,

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but we have got a distinct lack of training facilities

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and we will be working with a local chef who will look to train people,

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local people, local children, people at student level

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and hopefully they will go on and stay in Cornwall.

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?1.1 million of a grant means work can start soon.

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The whole project will include a museum, fishing store

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and an outward bound centre to give it an all year round use.

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One of the quirks of this old building is that it's back wall

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is actually the rock face and one of the plans is that the climbing

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wall as part of the Outward Bound Centre will be made up

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History is not a thing of the past in Plymouth.

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?2 million has been handed to help turn these plans into reality.

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The whole bill for the history centre in North Hill is ?34 million.

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Apart from this wonderful view, which changes and is very inspiring.

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This building under St Ives bus station has won the jackpot.

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?3.5 million means it can be turned into office accommodation

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with a view and a half for small local businesses.

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But actually trying to coordinate that in a place where real estate

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is very expensive and often disappears from the market almost

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before it has come onto the market means that to be able to actually

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acquire a property that has the space and the views

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and the potential that this building has got is literally

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a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for St Ives.

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It is hoped people can be doing business here in little over a year.

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Security experts in the south west are warning that website

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hacking and cyber crime are seriously under-reported.

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The issue is believed to cost businesses in the region

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One Cornish company making bespoke coffins

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for people and pets is having to rebuild its business

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online, after hackers disrupted its website.

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I started my working life in a bank and I never envisaged painting

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This company's stock and trade is pretty offbeat,

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but it is a business just like any other.

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It's prone to the same risks and victim to the same setbacks,

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including interference with its website.

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Just on the screen was coming up a red circle with a line on it

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It has been quite stressful because obviously I have got

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to start at the bottom again now, so that means recreating

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a new website, recreating samples to go onto the website.

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This small company making personalised coffins is not

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on the high street like some retailers, so its website

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is its shop window, the gateway to business further afield

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from beyond its small premises in Bodmin.

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The original website, we had enquiries from all over

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England and they were shipped up, coffins were taken up

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by the courier, but now it's been taken down,

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it has made quite an impact on the business.

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The business is being relaunched with a new website

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Sue says she plans to monitor the page more closely.

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I can only do as much as I can to safeguard.

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We're actually putting it together ourselves,

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so we will be in control more and be able to back up and keep

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our own files, so it will be our responsibility.

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While it is not known how much trade was lost thorugh

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the interference with the web page, Sue is just hoping that her new site

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will be less of a target for hackers wherever they are in the world.

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Now a roundup of other stories making the news in the South West.

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Secretly found kicking hitting and stamping on a cow. Owen Nichol told

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the court he was absolutely disgusted with himself.

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Devon and Cornwall Police have welcomed a change in the law

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which means as from today, online grooming is

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Police can now arrest anyone who sends a sexual

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Over the last five years, in the South West there's been

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a 144% rise in incidents of abusers meeting children

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Dorset Police says it's one of the busiest forces in the country

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when it comes to dealing with incidents involving drones.

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Last year, there were 155 cases in Dorset, the sixth highest

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There were 110 incidents in Devon and Cornwall,

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but just six reported in Avon and Somerset.

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It's time for the sport now and there was plenty for football

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fans to get their teeth into this weekend.

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Yes, we're at the stage of the season where it's

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Exeter City have done themselves the world of good

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Plymouth Argyle were beaten and missed out

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I'm rubbish at maths, but Andy Birkett is not

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bad with a calculator, so it's over to him to see

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where things stand with six games left to play.

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I think my old maths teacher might disagree.

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It's never straightforward, is it, being a football fan?

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And I get the feeling there are going to be

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plenty of nervous moments still to come this season.

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The odds of promotion to League One are still well and truly

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in Plymouth Argyle's favour, despite this latest

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defeat against Accrington and it was another goal from a set

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The odds of a comeback weren't so good.

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This season, the Pilgrims have only won twice after conceding the first

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goal, although Anthony Sarcevic went close to a first half equaliser.

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Sadly it was the same story in the second half

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with the Accy keeper going above and beyond

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So where does that defeat leave them?

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The manager Derek Adams thinks their chances of winning

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the league are now over, but they're still in

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Despite a fourth defeat in their last six games

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at Home Park, they're still ten points clear of the play-off places

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So even if the chasing pack won all of their matches,

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three more wins for Argyle would be enough to guarantee League One

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It was another late show, this time against one

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of their near rivals Mansfield, which saw them take

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Trailing with a little over five minutes left,

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neat play on the edge of the box ended with Ryan Harley

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And then in the seventh minute of added time,

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Reuben Reid was bundled over for a penalty.

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The striker has developed a handy knack of scoring late goals recently

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It's incredible to think City were bottom of the football league

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Now they're in sixth and automatic promotion is still a possibility,

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but the play-offs looks to be their most likely

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Ten points separate ten teams all with promotion aspirations.

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What I do know is if they keep doing what they're doing,

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In the National League, relegation worries still haunt

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Torquay United after another defeat at Plainmoor.

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The Gulls had Myles Anderson sent off in the first half,

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but held on until the last ten minutes to concede

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The defeat sees them slip back into the drop zone.

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I'd like to end on a high, but unfortunately the Cornwall

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under-18s came up just short in the FA Youth Cup

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After going a goal behind early on, the highlight for the Cornish boys

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Unfortunately Middlesex hit back again to win 2-1.

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A quiet weekend for most of our rugby teams with no games

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for Exeter and the Cornish Pirates, but well done to Jersey, who,

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as I'm sure viewers, in the Channel Islands have already

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seen, have made it to the final of the British and Irish Cup.

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They beat London Irish yesterday and will now meet

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Plymouth Albion had a good weekend too -

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they made it ten wins on the trot when they beat bottom

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Congratulations to Devon's Heather Fell, the former

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Olympic Modern Pentathlon Silver medallist who has just

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taken part in an Ironman Challenge in South Africa.

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She completed the 2.5 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride and the marathon

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run in ten hours 46 minutes which was under her target time.

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And she was still standing at the end!

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A sailor from Devon has been named as one of the 12 skippers taking

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part in the round the world Clipper Race.

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Rick Powell, along with 700 others, will embark on the challenge -

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thought to be the toughest ocean race - in August.

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He's taken time out from his preparations to join us

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Lovely to see you. Are you excited? Very excited. Is it something you

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have always wanted to do? It is. It has sowed a seed something I would

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like to do. Sailing the oceans, it is just fantastic, mother nature at

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her best. You will be away from home for a long time. The whole trip is

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11 months. My family are with me, they will meet me on stop overs. Are

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they coming to the really glamorous ones? I bet they are, Sydney and

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Cape Town. The ones we know where we are stopping our Cape Town, Sydney,

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we will go up to China, across to Seattle and then on through the

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Panama Canal, down to these coast of America and then on to Londonderry.

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You have huge responsibility as a skipper because it can be very

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dangerous. There is a huge responsibility. It is something I do

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know but I have been heavily involved in the training of this

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year's crew and I firmly believe that the four weeks of intensive

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training is more than adequate. A lot of them are not sailors. Some of

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them have done no sailing, but everyone does the four weeks

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intensive training. It will be scary in places. Yes, it can be but we are

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trained for it. What we want to hear it is it will start down here. At

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the moment they start has not been announced but it would be nice to be

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down here. Thank you. You are hard in training but thank you for coming

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to see us. Good luck with everything.

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The story of a Second World War land girl whose life became an enduring

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tale of love has been turned into a stage play.

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It played to a packed house on Exmoor and it's been created

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by a Somerset man who's no stranger to writing - he scripted

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600 episodes of BBC Radio 4's The Archers.

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Now 92, Elizabeth Henderson still lives on the Cotswold farm

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where she fell in love with farming and her husband-to-be.

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That her life has become a stage play is, she says, rather nice.

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Oh, yes, on the whole it's a plus rather than a minus.

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No Final Life played to a packed house in Exmoor in Somerset.

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It is set towards the end of the Second World War

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when an 18-year-old Somerset girl wrote to a rather famous Oxfordshire

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You see, George Henderson wasn't just a farmer,

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he was an author and his book on how to work the land became iconic.

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It was after reading that book that Exmoor farmer and one-time producer

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of Radio 4's The Archers decided to take Elizabeth's

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It is a brilliant story because she left school,

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all she wanted to do was to be a farmer and that is why

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It was that period at the end of the war and the year or two

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after the war when there was a great sense of idealism and we were

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going to make Britain better and the countryside

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And Elizabeth's story will play to theatres across the West

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It's time for the weather forecast and, David, it was a nice weekend.

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Will it continue? I think so. We just have one day to get rid of and

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that is first thing tomorrow. Glorious sunshine today. Breezy

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along the south coast. For the week ahead, it looks promising. A bit of

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rain tonight and first thing tomorrow. But after that, dry and

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bright but cool over the night-time. The Knights could be on the cold

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side. Two weather front is coming tonight. They combine to form one

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line of cloud and that will travel across southern England. Once it

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gets to the other side of us, this area of high pressure takes charge.

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Slow to come in tomorrow but by Wednesday it is across the western

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part of Britain and that is where it for stay. It lasts all the way

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through to the end of the week, keeping us dry. You can see where

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the cloud has been coming in today. The juices a few spots of rain now.

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The whole lot will continue its journey eastwards but before that

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has arrived, earlier today we had some sunshine and find weather. This

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is Cornwall where there was some blue sky and most conditions today.

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The breeze has picked up a little bit. The famous clock tower that was

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badly affected by our storms and some very quiet conditions. It is

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going to look different tomorrow. More cloud around why the end of the

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night to night. Patchy bits of rain here and there, some hill fog and a

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great start compelled to the last couple of days. Temperatures not

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much lower than eight or 9 degrees. Tomorrow we have some of that rain

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early in the day. Last to clear our parts of Dorset and East Somerset,

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but further west we should get some sunshine. It is slightly colder air,

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so don't expect the sort of temperatures we been used to. Our

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top temperature of 12 or 13 for most of us. A few places might get up to

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14 or 15. The Isles of Scilly becoming drier, some sunshine. A

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brisk northerly wind. That should ease by Wednesday. And some big

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waves for our surfers. The north coast will be rather messy.

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Reasonable ways and clean on the south. There is the coastal waters

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forecast. The winds from the North, occasionally six in the far west.

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The drizzle clearing them fair and good visibility and it is good for

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the rest of this week. Just the cloud will be tricky to get right.

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Lovely weather on Wednesday, temperatures could do with being a

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bit higher. Have a good evening. Not looking too bad for the start of the

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Easter holiday. Welcome to the south-west if you have just come

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here for holiday. We are back at 10:30pm tonight. Good night.

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