A teacher from Nottingham has died while on a school skiing trip in Austria.
Jonathan Taylor, 44, fell as he walked back to his accommodation after a night out with colleagues at around 3.10am on Sunday.
Mr Taylor described as "a lovely man" had travelled to the picturesque town of Matrei, in Austria's mountainous East Tyrol area, with about 40 pupils and staff from Christ The King Voluntary Academy Roman Catholic school, Nottingham.
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Feeling less cold than recent days with winds easing and some long sunny periods. Most areas will be dry throughout.