Valentine's Day is coming soon. No doubt many of you will soon be rushing out to buy a bouquet of flowers.
This is the flower industry's busiest time of year. Flowers have long been associated with love and romance and, here in the UK, we'll be spending millions of pounds on them this weekend. Lauren Hall reports.
Now, it's that day of the year when many of us turn our thoughts to Love, or sometimes, our lack of it. And in Knockholt, near Sevenoaks, one lonely suitor is urgently advertising for a mate. He's looking for a partner with a good sense of humour and all their own teeth. But no horns. Brian the goat is a little lonesome living the solo life at Coolings Green and Pleasant. So he's on the lookout for a little Valentine's Day loving. No funny business, though. He's been neutered. Andrea Thomas reports.
Anyone who can help with a companion, male or female, is asked to call Carol Cooling on 01959 534386
Crew on board Portsmouth based HMS Daring have shown their loved ones just how much they're missed by spelling out a heartfelt message on the flight deck of the ship.
The Type 45 destroyer is on its way home after 9 months away, with the 200 men and women on board helping out in the Philippines.
Some people's eyes meet across a crowded room, others are introduced on the internet - and for some a close friendship blossoms into love.
For Mr and Mrs Khullar from Chatham - their love story began on their wedding day, and after 57 years of marriage, it's still true love. Sarah Saunders went along to meet them.