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Philippa has Sunday's weather for the westRead the full story ›
Patchy rain in the south east, but brightening up from the west through the morning. Sunny spells and heavy showers along the coast later.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people have welcomed the world famous Flying Scotsman as it toured the Thames Valley and South Coast. It's the first visit of the iconic stream train since it's 4 million pound refit. Mary Stanley was on board.
The tree pollen risk will be moderate for the next few days, but will creep up to high in any prolonged sunny periods.Read the full story ›
Heavy rain clearing east with patchy rain overnight. Becoming brighter during Sunday morning with sunny spells and showers in the afternoonRead the full story ›
Thousands of people have come out to see the Flying Scotsman on its first journey to the South since its ten year restoration.Read the full story ›
A fox cub, thought to be around six weeks old, was "near to death" when it was found at Salisbury Crematorium.
The female cub, nicknamed Peanut, had got her head stuck in the plastic peanut-butter jar and had to be cut free,
Kevin Drew from Creatures in Crisis said they had received a call about an animal banging its head on a gravestone. They responded within 15 minutes and managed to save the cub's life.
Mr Drew said: "She is now doing well at our centre and will be released when she is old enough."
A vintage train, worth £100,000, has been destroyed in a fire near Swindon.
The train, owned by Swindon and Cricklade Railway, was on the track at Blunsdon at the time.
Dave Peacey, from Swindon and Cricklade Railway, said the diesel Thumper unit had just been refurbished for the coming season. Three wagons were also damaged.
The train and wagons have been so badly gutted that they can't be repaired. The damage is estimated to be in the region of £100,000.
Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue said it was investigating the cause of the fire.
Cloudy with heavy rain for much of the afternoon and breezy at times along the south coast.Read the full story ›