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Pendleton swaps saddles for point-to-point season

Great Britain's most successful female Olympian, Victoria Pendleton, is now preparing for the next challenge in her new career as an amateur jockey.

The retired track cyclist from Bedfordshire announced she was swapping her cycling shorts for racing silks earlier this year.

Victoria will start her first point-to-point season at the end of November. It is referred to as the Sunday League of horse racing - all amateur riders, competing for the love of the sport.

Click below to watch a report on Victoria Pendleton. Here's ITV News Anglia's Sarah Cooper.


Stolen goat found safe and well in Suffolk

Baby goat found safe and well Credit: Suffolk police

A baby goat, known as Poppy, who was stolen from a Lowestoft petting zoo on 11 November has been found safe and well.

Ethan Ellis from Beccles found Poppy by the side of the road in Wood Lane, Mutford. He returned her to Pet’s Corner to be reunited with her mother and twin sister.

Police would like to thank the public for their assistance in locating Poppy.

Six Lizard canaries stolen in Suffolk

Six Lizard canaries stolen in Suffolk Credit: Suffolk police

Police are appealing for witnesses following the theft of six Lizard canaries in Stutton, near Ipswich.

A property in Larksfield Road was broken into between 4.30pm on Friday 20 November and 7am on Saturday 21 November.

Lizard canaries stolen in Suffolk Credit: Suffolk Police

Six show-winning Lizard canaries were stolen from an aviary. Three are gold, two are silver and one is blue.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Suffolk Police on 101 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111


Police appeal after three deer unlawfully killed

Hunting deer is only legal on certain conditions. Credit: ITV Anglia.

Norfolk police are appealing for witnesses after three red deer were unlawfully killed in the Breckland area in the last fortnight.

In all cases the poachers cut the deers' legs off before taking their bodies away.

It is only legal to hunt deer with the relevant landowner's permission and with certain weapons.

Number of abandoned pets at crisis point in Northampton

An animal rehoming shelter in Northamptonshire says it has reached a crisis point and is struggling to cope with the number of abandoned pets in its care.

The RSPCA is dealing with higher than expected numbers of dogs, cats and other small animals at its branch in Northampton.

Click below to watch a full report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes.

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