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Tonight, the South West charity which has been forced to cut jobs.

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The Dame Hannah Rogers trust helps people with severe disabilities,

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we'll be asking why it's had to take action to safeguard its future.

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Also tonight, the joined-up thinking

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There will be no character. It'll be like any housing estate anywhere,

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and we are talking about square miles. We're not talking a few

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houses, we're talking about 5000 new houses.

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We'll look at the plans for new housing in mid-Devon.

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first remote controlled power station.

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We'll reveal why it's generating renewed interest.

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why this working cockerpoo was given a room with a view.

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One of the South West's biggest charities is cutting jobs

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after getting into financial trouble.

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- known as Hannah's - has a 250-year history of caring

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for children and adults with severe physical and learning disabilities.

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The charity has two bases at Ivybridge and Seal Hayne

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by about 1,500 disabled people every year.

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Our home affairs correspondent Simon Hall reports.

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Hannah's provides training, work, education and care

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But the charity has run into financial problems.

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Up to 20 staff, won six of the total, are being made

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Three of a charity's five trustees are being replaced.

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We have support now in place for the future.

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We certainly have been working very closely with our funders,

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mainly the Co-operative Bank, and they are very much

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behind the changes we are making to the charity.

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And I have every reason to expect that we will.

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About 1,500 disabled people use Hannah's services each year.

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I was asked for an interview, but also took the opportunity

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It's about the people who can come here and have a good time.

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And you can buy things order lunch, and things.

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Is a place where people can give back.

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It is important to everybody, but especially when you are disabled.

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She doesn't want to just be cared for, she wants to be equal

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Hannah's 250-year history makes it one Briton's oldest charities.

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Something that has received royal recognition with a visit

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Hannah's problems stems from its purchase of the Seal Hayne site

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This turnaround plan was designed to cut costs.

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And to increase income, and so, to protect the services

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Its work and commercial events like weddings

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As the charity strives to extend the legacy

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of Dame Hannah Rogers into the future.

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A campaign has been launched in mid-Devon to fight plans for

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a massive new housing development on green fields.

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5,000 new homes are proposed for the Culm Garden Village

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Campaigners say it'll destroy the rural character of the area

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There are three Garden Villages and Towns planned

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for the South West, Taunton and West Carglaze.

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but designed to be high quality and environmentally friendly.

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In a moment I'll be talking to Lord Taylor,

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the former Liberal Democrat MP for Truro and St Austell,

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who came up with the idea for new Garden Villages and Towns

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Our Business Correspondent Carys Edwards has been to Mid-Devon

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where the plans are proving controversial.

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Nestled on the edge of the Blackdown Hills,

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Kentisbeare has been described as a sleepy rural village.

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But it's now the centre of a fundraising campaign to battle

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against plans to build 5,000 houses on its doorstep.

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Some residents believe it will destroy their way of life.

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It is very much a rural idyll at the moment

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It is going to be swamped with houses and concrete.

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It is going to be a building site for 20, 30 years.

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But that's only the start of the damage.

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To the communities that are already here.

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This map shows the location of Kentisbeare as it is now,

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A Garden Village with 5,000 homes is planned here in an area

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stretching from close to Kentisbeare right up to the M5 at Cullompton.

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It will be like any other housing estate, and we are talking

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We are not talking just a few houses, we are talking 5000 houses.

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With a minimum of probably 10,000 people.

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Phase one of this scheme, around junction 28, has now been

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submitted to the government's planning inspectorate

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It will include shops, schools and commercial space and

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Growth will lead to a change in terms of the character,

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but what we will do, we will take pains to make sure that

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that is mitigated and quite sensitively approached.

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And we will look at things like landscaping, green

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infrastructure, allotments, parkland, there's a variety

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of different ways that we actually do it.

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The plans will double the size of Cullompton.

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But many in the town are in favour of a new community.

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It's going to expand the town here to a mad size, really.

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We will be joining up with Tiverton in a minute.

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I suppose it's better for the economy.

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But the group RACE, Residents against Cullompton exploitation

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So far, they've raised ?7,000 and will hire planning experts

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to persuade the government to reject or at least tone down the plans

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Lord Taylor is the former Truro and St Austell MP and has advised

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Governments on housing policy, including so-called Garden Villages.

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I asked him to address concerns that this proposal

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will have an impact on nearby communities.

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Every town that has ever been built has changed the landscape

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I think the key concern that people have is that,

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and we heard it echoed there, that this won't be a

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proper, functioning community, in the traditional sense of a village

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or town, it will just be a housing estate.

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And the answer to that is, that is precisely why

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the approach of creating Garden Villages has been taken.

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If you just build on the edge of every town and village, more and

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more houses gradually, over time, it still amasses thousands of homes,

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And then the question is, where are the shops, where's the pub?

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If you take the decision to create a whole new community, all that will

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be put in right from the start, upfront, and the value of the uplift

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in land that we get through development will be put into

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creating a fantastic community, rather than just making a few

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Let me show you the map again that we saw in

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that report, and look at

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the scale of the proposed Garden Village, next

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That is surely going to alter the community

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that currently lives there. Something on that scale.

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Look how much bigger that is to Cullompton and Kentisbeare.

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80% of people move within ten miles of

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This will be homes for people who live in,

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Kentisbeare, children of the people in Cullompton.

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Who, otherwise, wouldn't have a home, and other

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what's to stop something the size of that Garden Village sucking the life

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out of Kentisbeare and Cullompton, that they end up almost as ghost

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towns, because that is such a big town, appearing in the middle,

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that it will just suck the life from around it?

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You heard the views from within Cullompton about how it would

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What you actually see at the moment is, in the smaller

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rural communities, shops and schools often struggling to exist.

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By taking a big decision, and of course it is

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going to be controversial, and of course it will affect some

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some people negatively, because any development does, but,

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by taking one big decision, you can actually plan properly for the

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future and you can create a quality of place

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And I can understand why people are worried about housing estate,

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because that is all they see at the moment.

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But I am absolutely determined that this should not look

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And they mustn't be a housing estate.

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And if that is all that people get, these

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will not get built in the future, because everyone will say no, and

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they would be right to say no, but that is not the plan.

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Lord Taylor, thank you very much indeed.

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Some other stories making the news in the South West tonight.

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A soldier serving in Plymouth with 29 Commando Regiment

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has been convicted of murdering his girlfriend.

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Jay Nava stabbed Natasha Wake to death in October last year

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while their children slept upstairs in their home

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The crew of a Royal Navy helicopter from Culdrose

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declared an emergency this morning off the Lizard.

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It happened when a warning light showed on their Merlin Mark 2.

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The helicopter was flying at 800 feet.

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A spokeswoman said the helicopter later landed safely at Culdrose.

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England rugby player Luke Cowan Dickie is to go on trial

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at Exeter Crown Court for alleged speeding offences.

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The 23-year-old, who plays with Exeter Chiefs, is claimed

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to have exceeded the speed limit in a Mercedes AMG near Exeter

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and to have later failed to declare who was driving the vehicle.

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The longest running Sunday paper in the country,

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the Sunday Independent, has ceased production

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Up to 20 full-time staff will lose their jobs

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and 300 freelance reporters will lose work.

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Management at the newspaper say they're not giving up hope

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that an 11th-hour investor will come in to save it.

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Now, is the traditional fish and chip shop in decline?

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New research suggests young people are shunning our traditional dish

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in favour of sandwiches and other fast food.

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The warning is that chippies could take a battering

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unless they do something to appeal to the tastes of the under-30s.

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We sent Scott Bingham to investigate.

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Yes, I am a kingfisher fish and chips on the outskirts of Plymouth,

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voted the number one chip shop in the UK. Everybody loves fish and

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chips, don't they? If you answered yes, you could be giving away your

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age, because new research shows that millennials, 18-34 -year-olds, are

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shying away from the chip shop. Craig is the owner here. Is that

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research surprise you? Very much so. I don't know what that research has

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come from. Our customers range from six years old up to 86 years old. We

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know it is a tradition and something that older people stick by. Is there

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anything you can do to attract younger people? We all love fish and

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chips, but we are catering for different needs. People who want a

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like a bike can come here and have that, they can take that for work

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and not have something too heavy on their stomach. They want a proper

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meal for the evening that there's not a problem well. Research

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suggests there has been a 4% drop in the number of young people eating

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fish and chips over the last eight years. It says that they are more

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likely to eat things like Sam midges. We have been out and about

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implement speaking some people. I have not had fish and chips in ages.

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The last time was when I went to the beach with my mum and dad. The

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expense. I have got a child that did as well so if we all have fish and

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chips that this ?15 out of the budget. With my family, I do it, but

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we don't go, yes, let's go to fish and chips. Sadly, I fall just

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outside the age range of the millennials, but I do enjoy fish and

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chips and apparently I am not the only one. Despite the drop, there

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were 327 million visits to chip shops across the UK last year. So it

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is not all bad news. I want fish and chips now, don't you?

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Coming up: special recognition for a special dog.

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Niven has been honoured for his work with children

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And we'll explore the ancient musical links between

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A mini power station, installed on Dartmoor in 1959,

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that was the first to be operated by remote control.

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The idea was to provide back-up electricity

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Nearly 60 years after it was built, only a shell of the original

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building remains, but that could now be demolished to make way

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Kirk England reports from Princetown.

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There's a hint of something unusual, but nothing that really gives away

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this building's ground-breaking history.

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Here at Princetown, the South Western

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Electricity Board has installed Britain's first robot power station.

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This three megawatt generating plant,

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the first of its kind in the

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world, is capable of supplying a town that a population of 10,000.

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Decommissioned years ago, this is all that remains.

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The world's first unmanned pocket Power is extraordinary. And these

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buildings are markers of how we produce energy. And the story of

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energy production is of course hugely important. The operation of a

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switch will start or stop the generator as required. The row

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control technology was cutting edge at the time. But, the building and

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another old power station next door, neither of which were considered

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interesting enough to be listed, faced demolition, if plans for this

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whiskey distillery go-ahead. The company behind the proposal declined

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to comment. Views on the scheme are mixed. I have seen the artist 's

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impression plans, and it looks very good. There was some concern about

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the spire looking to Scottish, but it is a whiskey distillery. I've

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objected on the grounds that it is going to be so large, and also, the

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historic building, the power station, is going to be knocked

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down. It will increase jobs available, and will improve tourism.

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You cannot tell from the outside, but this building has an intriguing

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history. But it is not one that is said to be interesting or

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significant enough to save it from potential demolition, if the

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distillery goes ahead, so it looks like this once ground-breaking

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pocket power station could be about to end up on the scrapheap. Lovely

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old film. Now you may remember Niven,

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a hearing dog from Devon who we featured last year

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as he helped children learning The Cockerpoo from Exmouth

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is thought to be the first ever listening dog in a deaf school

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and has been hailed a "hidden hero". And he's just been

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rewarded for his work. A medal for an unsung hero. Niven

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leaving dog has just won a luxury break at the Devon hotel. What could

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be better, three days of walking? It is thanks to a Dorset charity called

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Room two Reward which gets hotels to donate on but rooms, then the

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charity donates them to deserving cases. We hear about human

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volunteers being recognised for their work in the community, but it

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is not often that we hear about an animal being rewarded for their hard

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work. Overwhelmed, actually. It has just been amazing that we should be

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singled out for this. It is lovely. He goes above and beyond any normal

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service dog. Service dogs are incredible and do a great job but

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Niven volunteers in his own walking time at the Exeter death Academy. He

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volunteers with his death percipient palling at the National Trust and at

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a local hospital audiology department. So he really does go

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above and beyond. At the death Academy, children are happier

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reading to Niven than they are to a teacher. He's very patient. And he

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loves their company. -- at the deaf academy. Niven is keen to check out

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his room and his very own bed. His owner, Pauline, says that she would

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be lost without him. He makes life worth living. We go out for walks.

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He makes me laugh. The charity says that Niven is their first

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four-legged recipient. So, it is time to run and to have fun. Good

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old Niven. It's a link that spans 3,500 miles

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and hundreds of years. Two thirds of people living

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in Canada's most easterly province of Newfoundland are thought to have

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ancestors from Devon When settlers left our shores

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in the 1500s they took with them Now in a new collaboration, some

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of the songs, and their stories, Devon musicians Marilyn Tucker

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and Paul Wilson are here who arrived here from Canada last

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night to tell us more. Tell us how this collaboration came

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about. It started 34 years ago. It is not exactly new. I came over here

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with some other musicians in 1983 as part of the anniversary celebrations

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of Sir Humphrey Gilbert arriving in Newfoundland back in 1583. And he

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claimed it for Britain as its first colony. Whilst here, I went to a

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folk club one night and I heard these guys playing. Paul was singing

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pretty much the same song that I have learned many years earlier from

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one of my great uncle 's with slight variations. It was a Eureka moment

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for me in many ways. I knew that some of our traditional music game

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over with the early settlers and in many cases, some of the lyrics had

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been changed to reflect the circumstances of the new lifestyles

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in Newfoundland or other parts of the New World. But it also

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reinforced the idea that this music was part of a longer continuum,

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400-500 years that English settlers had been in Newfoundland. We spoke

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that night and one thing led to another. This must be maybe a dozen

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also projects that we have done over that 30 year period, some of them

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here in the West Country, and many of them in Newfoundland as well. We

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have spoken before about the meaning of songs and where lyrics come from.

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Those sales annually from the shores of the South West to Newfoundland.

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They went in April and came back and hold on. That is reflected in the

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songs. Yes, lots of stuff about the sea, and coming and going. It was a

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while before people spent winter in Newfoundland. They would go

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seasonally, and come back. So the boys was the thing. People would

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have friends and family and make connections at either end, lots of

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stuff about the sea. What is happening now? How are you combining

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the songs and their history and the link between Canada and the South

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West in this mutual? The centrepiece of this is the Devonshire symposium

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and the Devon Newfoundland story happening at the weekend. We are

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touring with the songs and stories. We have done a mash up, sometimes,

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pushing the songs together, so that Jim sings one verse, Paul sings

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another post, then I sing the song and for the instrumental break, we

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use the tune from the version collected in Newfoundland. Sometimes

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we just sing the song and then Jim says, this reminds me of this, and

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one or two verses that have the same imagery. We are going to hear a song

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and a moment. What is the song? Originally the English version of an

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old song called Spanish ladies. I collected a version in Sidmouth.

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That was from a lady who was part of the family, the fisherman 's family

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there, the bullies. It is better known by the first line of the

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chorus, which is that we will write and draw like true Newfoundlanders.

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It is an unofficial anthem and everybody knows it. Good luck with

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the tour. Someone else likes to rant and raw at times is David. He is

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bringing the weather now! Isn't that fantastic? Looking out

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across Plymouth Sound. Visibility is good at the moment. We've had

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sunshine over most of the South West today. It was so nice we sent our

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cameraman, Tristan, to Newquay, to enjoy some lovely weather. It has

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been a beautiful day. The breeze from the North has kept temperatures

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down but generally it has been pretty good. And the fine, dry

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weather has brought some people out. The sea temperatures at the moment,

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round about 10 degrees. You have to be pretty hardy to be in the water

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without a wet suit at the moment. But the sunshine or perhaps bring

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out slightly higher sea surface temperatures. Over the next couple

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of days, this is the forecast tomorrow. Some more cloud drifting

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in towards us tonight, and that will be around posting tomorrow. It will

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break up, but don't expect much blue sky to start the day. Spells of

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sunshine developing later in the day. We have a big area of high

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pressure bringing settled weather. By the middle of tomorrow it is

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hardly new position. By Friday it starts to move a little to the east.

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Into the weekend, the high-pressure weakens and moves out of the way.

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What will happen is that we start to suck up some warmth from the south.

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Temperatures across Spain and Portugal at the moment are pretty

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good. By Sunday, we have a pool of warm air travelling towards us.

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We're looking at high temperatures, possibly up to 19 Celsius. That

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could be on Sunday afternoon. Not quite as warm as that at the moment.

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It is bracing with a gentle breeze. You can see the cloud coming in from

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the north. That will gently drift across us tonight. It will cloud

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over. Not quite as cold as it was last night. The cloud breaking in a

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few places. Around five Celsius will be the minimum temperature overnight

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tonight. Tomorrow, more cloud to start with but it will brighten up.

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Don't be too disappointed by the look of the day posting. The cloud

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will gradually break to allow the sunshine in. Then, temperatures will

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get up to around 12, 13 degrees. It could be doing with being a little

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bit warmer. For the Isles of Scilly, cloud should break to allow the

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sunshine through. There are the times of high water... And for our

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surfers, the waves are not as big as they have been but they are usable

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and clean on the north coast. And the coastal waters forecast... Let's

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look at the outlook. We will see higher temperatures but we will have

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to be patient before that happens. Relatively cool until we reach

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Saturday and Sunday, then some warmth and sunshine, and we could

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see those temperatures reaching 18 degrees. Warmer than it is now

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appear on the roof. Back to you did. It looks breezy but sunny up there.

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-- back to you two. The concert we were talking about is called Shore

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to shore revisited. We will leave you tonight with a song called

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Spanish ladies. Farewell and that you do you Spanish ladies, Farewell

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and adieu to you ladies of Spain. For we have received orders to self

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old England, and we hope in a long time we will see you again. We'll

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rant and we will roar all over the wild ocean, we will rank and we will

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roar over the wild sea. Until we strike down in the channel of old

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England,... We will rank and we will roar like true Newfoundlanders.

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We will write and we will roar like true Newfoundlanders.

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CHILD: This is a major scientific breakthrough.

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Hello. It's All Round to Mrs Brown's, where my guests will be

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