A marriage proposal awaited a runner at the finish line of the Bristol Half Marathon today.
Shaun Burchell proposed to Catherine Everard on the finish line after she completed the 13.1 miles in 2 hours, 5 minutes.
She said 'Yes' !
Thousands have been running in the sun today for the 26th Bristol Half Marathon.
The race was won by Ben Siwa from Uganda.
A negative from Marilyn Monroe's first professional photo-shoot has sold at auction for £4,250.
The estimate had been between £5,000 and £8,000 but auctioneer Andrew Aldridge, from Henry Aldridge and Sons, in Wiltshire said: "I am quite happy with that as a result.
"It was an exceptionally unusual item and to be able to include the copyright added another dimension as we only usually sell the physical item."
Interest in the sale showed that Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe is still very much a star, according to Mr Aldridge. He said: "There is an enduring interest if you like the cult of celebrity and if you are interested in that era."
The image dates back to when the future film star was the unknown Norma Jeane Baker, a 20-year-old factory girl dreaming of becoming a model.
The true value in this auctioned image lies in the fact that it was sold with its own copyright to reproduce and distribute the image as its new owner wishes.
Back in 1946, Norma Jeane was married and working at a munitions factory when a passing military government photographer told her she could be a model, so she approached a Hollywood modelling agency, Blue Book.
Young aspiring photographer Joseph Jasgur was assigned to get her first portfolio and took her to Zuma beach in Malibu for a few pictures, which were later presented to Ben Lyon, casting director at 20th Century Fox.
They were the pictures that would not only make Jasgur famous but create the star Marilyn Monroe, who later dazzled Hollywood and sparked international headlines.
Fifteen thousand runners are pounding the streets of Bristol in the annual Bristol Half Marathon, which is now in its 26th year.
The first wave of runners set off from the Harbourside at 9.30 this morning, and the second wave at 10am.
The first male and female runner to cross the line will each receive £1,000.
Bath's large student population is being warned of the dangers of the city's river following the discovery of a teenager's body in the water this week.
Sam Amin's body was recovered on Tuesday and two thousand students arriving at Bath Spa University this weekend are being given advice on how to enjoy their nights out responsibly.
Chris Ellicott, who is the Registrar at the university says: ""There have been a number of deaths. It's about one a year on average but, of course, one a year is one too many every year, so we do want to remind students that they do need to be safe."