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Man in court accused of car park assault

A man from Bedfordshire's due in court today following an alleged fatal assault in a supermarket car park.

Brian Holmes, who was 64, died after suffering a serious head injury at the Asda in Biggleswade earlier this month.

Alan Watts, 65, from Lindsell Crescent in the town, has been charged with manslaughter. He's due to appear at Bedford Magistrates' Court this morning.

Man charged with manslaughter following supermarket death

Bedfordshire Police have charged a man in connection with an incident which took place at the Asda car park in Church Street, Biggleswade, on Saturday August 3rd.

Brian Holmes from Sandy in Bedfordshire suffered a serious head injury and died later in hospital.

Alan Watts, 65, of Lindsell Crescent, Biggleswade, has been charged with one count of manslaughter.

He has been bailed to appear at Bedford Magistrates' Court from 10am tomorrow morning.

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Family devastated following car park death

It's emerged that a man, who died following a row over a disabled parking space, had only just been given the all clear from cancer.

Brian Holmes from Sandy, Bedfordshire died in hospital after the incident in an Asda supermarket car park in Biggleswade on Saturday.

Family members were at his bedside and say they are devastated.

Russell Hookey reports.

Award-winning photograph of M1 bridge demolition

The winning photograph Credit: Terry Higginson

An amateur photographer has won an award for his stunning image of a bridge demolition on the M1 in Bedfordshire.

Terry Higginson from Biggleswade won first prize in the Institution of Civil Engineers East of England annual photograph competition.

His photo showed the bridge demolition at Junction 12 on the M1 near Toddington, Bedfordshire

One of the judges Daniel Jones said the picture is "an outstanding image which looks like a scene from a sci-fi blockbuster. The lighting, exposure and composition are all perfect."

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Woman handcuffed after surgery sit-in

A Bedfordshire grandmother was handcuffed by police for demanding to see her medical records. Mary Kerswell, who's 67, asked for a copy of her records after her GP surgery tried to treat her for a kidney condition she didn't have.

Eventually, Mrs Kerswell staged an impromptu sit-in, refusing to leave the surgery until she could see her full notes. Olivia Paterson reports.

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