Bargain hunters were queueing from 5am for the post-Christmas sales at Cabot Circus in Bristol.
Bristol overturned a ten point half-time deficit to win 28-24 at Bedford in rugby's Championship.
Andy Robinson's men scored four tries through Chris Brooker (2), Olly Robinson and Andy Short, maintaining their 100% winning record.
In the Premiership, Bath take on Exeter Chiefs at the Rec tomorrow (2pm), while Gloucester entertain Wasps on Sunday (2.30pm).
Police in Bath are investigating an unexplained death of a 51-year-old man.
Officers were called to a railway archway on Lower Bristol Road just after 1.30pm on Christmas Eve, after a member of the public found a man’s body.
Bristol City have won the West Country derby with Yeovil at Ashton Gate. Matt Smith and a Jay Emmanuel-Thomas penalty with the goals for City, before Ben Nugent pulled one back with a late long-range effort. Kieran Agard also missed a first-half penalty for the hosts. The Glovers are now bottom of the table after Crewe won at Oldham, while the win keeps Steve Cotterill's men at the top of League One.
They're one point ahead of Swindon, who had a convincing 4-1 win at Walsall. Andy Williams scored twice with Michael Smith and Massimo Luongo also on target.
In League Two, Cheltenham lost 1-0 at Exeter City. Tom Nichols scored the only goal of the game in the 62nd minute.
In the Conference, Forest Green Rovers twice threw away the lead against Kidderminster. A late goal giving the visitors a 3-2 win.
And Bristol Rovers won 2-1 at Torquay thanks to first-half goals from Matty Taylor and Neal Trotman. Rovers are now 2nd in the table, 9 points behind leaders Barnet.
Somerset trainer Paul Nicholls has secured a record ninth win in the King George VI Chase at Kempton.
His 15-8 favourite Silviniaco Conti, with Noel Fehily in the saddle, led from start to finish ahead of Dynaste (7-1) and Al Ferof (7-1).
Earlier at Kempton, a statue of Nicholls' legendary chaser Kauto Star was unveiled.
And how did Nicholls celebrate his record-breaking win? With some fast-food!
Entries for the very first Bristol & Bath Marathon have opened today.
The 26.2 mile course between the two cities is taking place on Sunday 25th October 2015.
Forest Green Rovers have been beaten 3-2 at home by Kidderminster in the Conference.
Rovers led twice through Lee Hughes and James Norwood, but were pegged back on each occasion.
Aman Verma hit the winner for the visitors in the 81st minute.
An accident has closed two lanes on the M5 northbound between J20 (Clevedon) and J19 (Portishead).
Lanes three and four are closed towards Bristol. Not helped by the wet weather.
All our football teams are in action today as part of the busy festive period.
Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson returns to Ashton Gate today for the first time since leaving Bristol City in 2010.
You can follow your team's progress this afternoon by clicking on the links below from 3pm for live text updates.
Forest Green Rovers vs Kidderminster (1pm kick-off)
Torquay United vs Bristol Rovers
A statue of legendary Somerset-trained horse Kauto Star has been unveiled at Kempton Park in Surrey.
Paul Nicholls' chaser won the traditional King George VI Boxing Day race at a record five times.
The sculpture, by Charlie Langton, is sited in the parade ring and was specially commissioned to mark his remarkable record in the race.
Kauto Star was paraded in front of the Boxing Day crowd by owner Clive Smith. After retiring from the sport in 2012, he's now being trained as a show horse in dressage.
Thousands of bargain hunters across the West have been heading to the shops for the post-Christmas sales.
Queues began forming as early as 5am at Cabot Circus in Bristol.