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Vegfest is underway in Bristol. It's a celebration of vegetarian and vegan food with live music. The Happy Mondays will headline later today.
More than 20,000 people are expected to attend Vegfest in Bristol this weekend.
It's one of the biggest vegetarian and vegan events in Europe but organisers say there something for everyone with music and comedy.
The Happy Mondays will be headlining the event which takes place at the Harbourside.
A young woman has died after driving in the wrong direction on the Southbound carriageway of the M5.
She joined the motorway around 12:30am heading from Weston-super-Mare towards Clevedon before colliding with two vehicles. She died at the scene.
The road remained closed for much of the morning while emergency services dealt with the incident.
All lanes are now open but traffic is still moving slowly.
Star netball player for Team Bath, Pamela Cookey says the the squad has improved a lot over the season.
Bath take Celtic Dragons tonight as they aim for their fifth Superleague title.
Team Bath go in search of their fifth Superleague netball title tonight, when they face Celtic Dragons in the grand final.
Bath are already the most successful team in Superleague history.
There are long delays of the M5 southbound near Bristol between Junctions 15 (Almondsbury Interchange) and 21 (Weston-super-Mare). The queues were caused by an earlier accident between Junctions 19 (Portishead) and 21. All lanes are now open.
The bi-annual Tall Ships Festival is taking place in Gloucester this weekend.
Around 100,000 people are expected to visit the docks over the next few days.
Here's some photos from the first day of the event:
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A bright but chilly start to the day with light winds. The sun soon warming things up though and even with some patchy cloud around in the afternoon it should feel pleasant in the sunnier spots with highs around 16 or 17C.
The Glastonbury Festival is just over a month away.
This year, a free daily newspaper will be printed on site, to report on the antics of artists like the Rolling Stones. The press on which it'll be printed is almost as old as Mick Jagger himself - a five ton vintage machine, currently being prepared in a workshop in Bath.
Bob Cruwys went to see it: