10/04/2017 Spotlight


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Welcome to Spotlight. so it's goodbye from me

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Tonight: as a young father fights for his life in hospital,

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an emotional appeal from his girlfriend.

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If anybody knows the slightest detail of anything, please, do it

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for hours. David for his son. Look at that little boy.

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Jason Bunce was hit by a vehicle in the early hours of Saturday.

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Also tonight, building a better future for a little

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It is going to make such a difference to Daisy's life. It is

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going to change her quality of life while she is here with us.

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Daisy has a rare and incurable disease.

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Tonight we meet her family, and the people donating their time

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Cleaning up on the seabed following the damage that litter

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is causing to rare coral off our coast.

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The substantial reward on offer for a family's missing pet.

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The emotional appeal for help tonight from the girlfriend of a hit

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and run victim who's fighting for his life in hospital.

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25-year-old Jason Bunce was hit by a vehicle in Kingsteignton

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in the early hours of Saturday and is now in an induced coma.

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In the last arrow Jason's girlfriend has pleaded for anyone with

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information to make themselves known to the police as he fights for his

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life in hospital. Noah's father Jason is fighting

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for his life in Derriford Hospital. In the early hours of Saturday

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morning Jason Bunce was enjoying We don't want him to think he didn't

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have a father. In the early hours of Saturday

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morning Jason Bunce was enjoying a rare night out in Kingsteington

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when he was the victim Jason is a fisherman -

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who's only dream is to a have a family -

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loves the Exeter Chiefs. You promised you are going to take

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him to his very first rugby match. And you agree to play in any field

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with them just throwing a rugby ball round in a field. Father and son.

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The 25-year-old suffered head injuries - he's

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His family are desperate for the driver to come forward.

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It isn't as hard for you to do to give yourself and as it is for me to

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look at my son laying totally look at my son laying totally

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lifeless in a bed. He is totally out of this world. Don't be a coward.

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Carrots are callous. Please, I urge you to give yourself up.

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19-year-old Ashleigh is urging Jason to fight.

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Just keep fighting. Think of your son. Think of Noah. Think of

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yourself. Think of me. Think of your mother. Just think of everyone.

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The kindness of companies across the country is helping

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to make life better for a little girl from Plymouth with

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Dozens of building firms are joining forces to renovate a house for four

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Daisy has been diagnosed with an inherited chronic illness

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Spotlight's Janine Jansen is live at her house this evening.

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It has been a bit busy at the? And how lovely to report on an uplifting

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story. Tonight it is very quiet but earlier today there were dozens of

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builders here. Ripping out the old before the new. Earlier today I made

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Daisy and her mum. It has been a good day for them but also a very

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emotional one. For-year-old Daisy Palmer has a very rare disease which

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affects just one in 4000 people. She is wheelchair-bound. The whole

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family have had to move out of their House because there is a huge

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renovation project taking place to make their home wheelchair friendly.

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This is a bit like planet's own DIY SOS. I think it is absolutely

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brilliant to see the time that and the tee-mac that is going on. It is

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overwhelming. Ten o'clock, D1, and mum Emmy can hardly her eyes. It is

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overwhelming. Half the House was gone and in my guarding. We knew

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that balls were coming out but we didn't realise that the kitchen was

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going and all the other things that are on my front lawn. Dozens of

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companies have offered to help out. Everything is right out, walls are

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down. It is good. It is nice that we know that it is going to someone who

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really deserves it. There will be ramps and a heist and he left up to

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Daisy's bedroom. It means a while. It will make such a difference to

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Daisy's world. It will change her quality of life for the time that

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she is herewith as. It is going to make life easier for heart not to be

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isolated. It is hard to move from room to room. The project is

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expected to take ten weeks. Daisy will think she has got her very own

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palace. If I say the words to you, project manager, and you are a fan

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of the apprentice, you might recognise this chap. You are the

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Project manager behind this. How much you think this helps you.

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something I have embraced. How something I have embraced. How

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difficult has it been to get support for this project? Support has been

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coming thick and fast from fellow Plymouth people and businesses. We

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willing to donate building materials willing to donate building materials

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or time. It has been heart-wrenching to see it. Why did you want to get

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involved? I was approached and I genuinely thought it was going to be

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another, are you an apprentice, can you come and do those's opening

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actress packet of an envelope. I came down and was history. I felt

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compelled to get on board and do what I can. I am a dad myself. Daisy

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has epilepsy so she cannot have a stairlift. We're pitting his

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2-storey extension on the back which will House a left which will get up

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to the bedroom. There will be a heist system throughout with Daisy's

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dad doing everything at the top. We are trying to add as many things as

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we can. And ramps? Yes. There will be ramps at the front. Very good

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luck with that. It is a 10-week project. We will aim to be back here

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at the 10-week point to see Daisy's face when she sees her new home. We

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look forward to seeing the finished result.

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A protected coral which thrives in the waters off Devon and Cornwall

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is being damaged by rubbish and litter entering the sea.

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The evidence presented by scientists from Plymouth University,

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shows hundreds of rare pink sea fans being ripped from the seabed

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after becoming tangled in discarded waste including clothes

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In a moment we'll hear from the South West charities taking

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the matter of clearing sea-bed litter into their own hands.

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But first our environment correspondent Adrian Campbell

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reports on the damage being caused to a jewel in our ocean.

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Dappled light on a Cornish beach and something catches the eye,

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These are rare cold water corals, but more widely found on the sea

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They are common on rocks like these rocky reefs.

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If you imagine those underwater, they can be covered in these sea

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Jason Hall-Spencer is a professor of Marine biology at

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A massive pile of debris has come up out of the bay after storms over

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the last couple of years and inside almost every single lump

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like this you get these things called sea fans.

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So that, that's a fan there, isn't it?

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All of this has been hanging that bit there, is that right?

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Yeah, and you can imagine something that is trying to hold

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There's another bit of it there, look.

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It looks a bit like wood but it's not wood, it's the same

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stuff your fingernails are made out of, and it tries to glue the animal

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to the rock but once it gets wrapped up in debris like this,

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the sinking debris then tears it off in bad weather.

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A lot of it is monofilament nets that they put down,

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they are gillnets, they are actually set on the sea bed to catch

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fish, and it won't rot because it is made of plastic.

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But this is everybody's problem, isn't it?

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Everybody, different stratas of society,

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It is not just fishermen, not just anglers.

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It is anybody who drops litter into the sea.

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Parts of the south-west have already had restrictions on certain types

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of fishing and other activities to try and help protect slow-growing

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sea fans in our waters, but all of us have a responsibility

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There is a very simple message we have all learnt today

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which is basically don't litter our beaches.

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The charity World Animal Protection says that nearly six

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and a half million tonnes of fishing gear are lost in

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In Cornwall, a group of volunteer divers are doing their bit to clean

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up the seabed and have raised funds to buy their own rib so they can get

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Spotlight's Louise Walter joined them this weekend.

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Blue sky, clear waters, bouncing through the waves near Mousehole.

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But look below the surface and there is a different

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Injuries can be really quite horrific.

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We have cases of strangulation, wounds can lead to

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It can lead to the kinds of injuries that can lead to a

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painful, prolonged suffering and sometimes even death for the animal.

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Even small pieces can have grave consequences.

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This is monofilament net, probably from a gill

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It is a very small amount of lost gear , but a

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It is a very small amount of lost gear, but a

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and what happens is that the

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through the flesh like cheese wire and causes really

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That is what's spurs these volunteers on.

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At the dive site, it is time to go under.

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Here, there was odd bits of net caught in rusty

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Now we know how much is down we can take some lift bags,

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Later on, Fathoms Free are able to release the net.

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But these materials take hundreds of years to biodegrade.

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Other pieces of ghost gear could be haunting our waters

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Still to come in tonight's programme, all the sport

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with Natalie, including Gareth Bale, Delli Alli and now

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Exeter's Ollie Watkins - the new young Footballer of the Year.

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And temperatures exceeded 20 degrees for some of us over the weekend.

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A bit of a drop in those values for today though,

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but find out how it's looking as we head towards

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the Easter weekend a bit later on in the programme.

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Mention the Freemasons and you might be forgiven for thinking of rituals,

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But in their 300th anniversary year, they want to dispel that myth.

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Well, The Grand Masters of Freemasonry in Torbay were keen

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to show us why they're a force for good, and as John Ayres reports,

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the secrecy and suspicion is actually more about discretion.

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Behind closed doors, this ceremony is derived

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from the biblical story of King Solomon's Temple,

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but the secrecy didn't begin until the Second World War.

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It came about because Masons were persecuted by the Nazis.

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These days, the Masons are much more open about what they do.

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Celebrating 300 years, today they unveiled their banner which

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will pass through their eight provinces in the south-west

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The general public are curious, sometimes suspicious,

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so the Masons are forever having to answer questions.

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It's difficult to explain, but it's about

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the principles of helping others and looking after people discreetly.

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We've got a circle of friends within my lodge.

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When we meet, the ladies then go out for a meal as well,

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so there's that side of it as well, so the ladies have got know each

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other as well and we've got some friendships which have gone back,

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you know, 20 and 25 years that have been in and around

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There are female Masons but they're a separate organisation.

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The handshake is never to be used outside the lodge.

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Today, they're announcing first aid kits for village halls

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around Devon, but what are these weird

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The whole point of this initiation where you roll up one trouser leg

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is to prove that I'm male, that I'm not shackled by chains,

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ie I'm not a slave, and that I come poor and penniless -

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But for all the pomp and charity work,

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there's one thing that people always feel about Masons.

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They're worried that many are senior people in public life

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and they might use their contacts in an inappropriate way.

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We do not like it when we hear this, the thought of people

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If they do, they will be severely disciplined.

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If we get to hear of it, they will be disciplined

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and possibly have to leave our order if that was the case.

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Freemasons, we are told, come from all walks of life,

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so long as they meet the criteria of being a good person.

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A family from Devon is offering a ?500 reward

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He's called Jeremy and he's brought joy and comfort to the Rayer family

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as the father's been battling cancer.

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Jeremy, a 14-year-old Exmoor cross, hasn't been seen

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And it's not the first time he's gone missing,

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the 14-year-old Exmoor cross has been seen.

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To not have any information or any sightings for two weeks is a really

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long period of time and we're worried that he has been taken

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and he may have been moved quite a considerable way

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and he may have been sold on as well, so we're asking for people

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all over the south-west to keep an eye out

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and let us know if they think they've seen Jeremy.

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He's been with the people4ponies charity since he was a foal.

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They lend him out to families and he's been

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He such a big part of the family and to have no idea

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where he is, what happened to him, we don't know if he's hurt

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We just don't know where he is and we're all just gutted.

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His disappearance couldn't have come at a worse time.

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Over a year ago, my husband was diagnosed with cancer myeloma,

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which is a bone marrow cancer and a tumour snapped a bone

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in his spine so he now uses crutches.

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And having Jeremy has just given me real comfort that I can go out

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and spend time with him and have a little bit of normality

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in what's been a really, really stressful time

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I don't know, I don't know how we're copying, really.

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The Rayers describe Jeremy as a real character, cheeky

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and lovable, but the charity says he'll be very anxious.

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He does have separation anxiety, he doesn't like

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We don't know if he could turn up at a market,

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he could be sold on, we don't know if he's being looked

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We just really want to know where Jeremy is.

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Jeremy disappeared from the Morwenstow welcome area on the

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He's 12 hands, brown with a black mane and tail.

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A ?500 reward has been offered to help bring Jeremy home.

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It's time for the sport now and Natalie's here with some

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is following in some very illustrious footsteps.

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He's been named as the EFL's Young Player of the Year -

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a title Gareth Bale and Delli Ali have held in the past.

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The 21-year-old forward has helped Exeter into the play off zone

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You know, like I said, quite a few players

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have won this award, you know,

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so hopefully I can follow in their footsteps.

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But even the new Young Player of the Year couldn't stop Exeter

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slipping to a surprise defeat at St James Park.

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who could be just one win away from promotion.

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This was supposed to be straightforward.

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Crawley had nothing to play for and Argyle had the best

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Crawley took the lead, and wasn't he happy about it?

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The home side stayed happy into the second half

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Ryan Taylor linked with Antoni Sarcevic

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The penalty decision quickly changed the mood.

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Graham Carey has been in top form of late

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and the Irishman put Argyle level from the spot.

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The pilgrims had only won twice this season after conceding

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the first goal and when James Collins was sent off

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with ten minutes left, they seized their chance.

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Well into stoppage time, Taylor was put

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through on goal and he lashed home the winner

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to send the 1600 travelling supporters into a frenzy.

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Another big step closer to League One.

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Back in Devon, traffic congestion may have delayed the start

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of Exeter City's match with Newport, but Tom Owen-Evans soon found

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himself in acres of space before unleashing an unstoppable shot

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Then, as City went in search of a reply,

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the congestion returned, this time, in Newport's penalty area.

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Nine players, including the goalkeeper, held firm

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They tried to go through and then go over,

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However, with many of the teams around them also losing,

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this hasn't been too damaging to their play-off hopes.

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It does mean Yeovil are now only seven points

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Francois Zoko's eighth goal of the season,

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the only highlight for the Glovers

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in their 3-1 defeat against Portsmouth.

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Here's how things stand for our rugby teams.

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Exeter Chiefs have guaranteed themselves a place in

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the Premiership play off semifinals after another win.

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Sadly the Cornish Pirates and Jersey won't be in the Championship

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play-offs after they both lost at the weekend.

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Exeter are still in second after a nail-biting encounter

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in a game in which the lead changed hands five times.

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Five tries did the job and it finished 38-34 ensuring

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It was a tough old game and Bristol almost came away with the win.

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The Chiefs next game is against Harlequins,

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Their destiny is now firmly in their own hands

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with just three rounds of battle remaining.

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Plymouth Leander are celebrating after finishing second

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in the National Arena League Cup Final yesterday.

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They were ranked fourth going into the competition

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There were some fine performances in this team event with several

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individual victories, including Laura Stephens,

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Leander used the competition as race practice for

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the British Swimming Championships which are being held

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A charity rugby match is taking place at the end of April in St Ives

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It's been organised by Anthony Stevens - with a V -

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and will raise money for Parkinsons in memory of his father

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He's not too worried about how good a player you are,

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We want to arrange a side like we did years ago where every

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member of the side is a Stevens, spelt the right way.

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We need 18, 20 minimum because nobody's going

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We're all a little bit older in the tooth these days,

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so ten minutes on, ten minutes off, swap and chop, different positions.

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Somebody come on with the oranges and the water, oxygen!

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So, what we're trying to do is do that for a full 80

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against a team called the Carbis Bay all-stars.

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Should be a dream for the commentators, shouldn't it! Stevens

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passing to Stevens passing to Stevens.

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What a great try by Stevens! Thank you.

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Time for the weather now and what a fantastic weekend it was. Holly is

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here. More good news? Not quite the return to temperatures

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we had this weekend which exceeded 20 degrees in places but some

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sunshine over coming days, C can't complain about that in April, can

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you? Hello, good evening. We had very nice weather through the

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weekend. I think on Saturday, the best of the temperatures was along

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the north coast. 20 degrees in places. On Sunday, it's all switched

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around. Cooler conditions coming to the north coast and more clout here.

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The south coast, again 20 degrees or so but just 30 degrees there in

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Bude. We have had a bit of a drop in our temperatures. Style sunshine

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around, our cameraman, Tristan, took a trip out earlier today whether

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were decent spells of sunshine. Just some cloud bubbling up there. The

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Cumbrae monuments they looking lovely in the sunshine. You can see

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the cloud is quite... Very deep, quite squeezed flat and that's

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because we have high pressure in charge. It tends to squash and

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reasonably flat. It will do that at times as we head to this week. Many

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others, the sunshine extending across the region. It has been a

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decent picture and we continue with that whether overcoming days but we

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hang onto this cooler feel. Not a return to the kind of temperatures

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we saw this weekend, but some bright spells to be had and a little bit of

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rain in general not too much. That is thanks to the high pressure

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sitting just to the rest of us. At the time being, that is keeping

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weather fronts at bay. Into Tuesday, the best of the sunshine will come

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tomorrow. For Wednesday, a week weather front pushes towards is in

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the afternoon which could bring some rain for a time. Thursday, a couple

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of showers but mostly dry and another weather front head towards

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us for Good Friday and come the afternoon, a few spits and spots of

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rain but a decent amount of usable weather. This is the picture so far.

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We've had somehow whether cloud bubbling up but is in race

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conditions out there. For many of us, that cloud has died away now.

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Clear skies overhead, bree is becoming increasingly light which

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may allow mist and fog patches to form. Quite chilly, locally down to

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full single figures so there could be ground or grass frost here or

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there is we head into tomorrow morning. Any Mr Fogg should

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literally readily and it should be a decent day. Good spells of sunshine,

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a light breeze then today just a little bare whether cloud bubbling

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up again but staying dry tomorrow and temperatures could sneak a

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little and higher. Maybe 14 degrees tomorrow but again, a bit lower than

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it was over the weekend. A nice day to convert the Isles of Scilly,

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sunny spells staying dry and again, light winds. These are the hat times

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of high water. Fairly small waves across the surface, just one or two

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feet with generally clean conditions. This is the pick out at

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sea, variable winds, Mimi Norton of Westerly, three or four, good

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visibility and conditions there's a bad picture. This is how it looks

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over the coming days. Tomorrow bringing the best of the sunshine.

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Maybe a little rain on Wednesday and on Friday afternoon. Showers on

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Thursday. It looks quite cloudy there but there will be Britain at

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times. But the all-important Easter weekend, we hang on to be cooler

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feel with the north-westerly. Sunshine, some showers but hopefully

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not too many. I'm pleased with more clout as I got

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burned over the weekend! That's it from us but the late news will be at

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10:30pm. Good night.

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