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Forest Green Rovers draw at Aldershot

Forest Green Rovers drew 1-1 at Aldershot last night in the Conference.

The hosts took the lead from the penalty spot shortly before half-time. But Lee Hughes preserved Rovers' unbeaten start to the season when he headed in Rob Sinclair's cross in the 58th minute.

Kieran Agard
Former Yeovil Town striker Kieran Agard starts on the bench for his new club Bristol City this afternoon. Credit: Neal Simpson/EMPICS Sport

The rest of our sides are in action this afternoon (3pm kick-offs). You can follow your favourite team's progress by clicking on the links below for live text updates from ITV Sport.

LEAGUE ONE

Rochdale v Bristol City

Swindon Town v Crewe Alexandra

Yeovil Town v Scunthorpe United

LEAGUE TWO

Tranmere Rovers v Cheltenham Town

CONFERENCE PREMIER

Bristol Rovers v Telford

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Paint festival held at Bath Racecourse

Revellers at Battersea throw paint over eachother
Revellers at Battersea throw paint over eachother Credit: ITV News

Thousands of people in Bath are taking part in a festival that sees revellers covered in a rainbow of paints. The latest festival craze is called the Holi One and is a hindu celebration marking the victory of good over bad. Festivals like this have taken place all over the world including at Bath Racecourse today.

Prisoner absconded from Leyhill may be in Dorset

Ashley Tessyman has absconded from Leyhill Prison
Ashley Tessyman has absconded from Leyhill Prison Credit: Dorset Police

Police in Gloucestershire are trying to trace a prisoner who has absconded from Leyhill Prison. 30 year old Ashley Tessyman (pictured above) was serving a prison sentence for burglary and robbery in 2006. Police say he has links to Cornwall but they believe he could be in Dorset.

I am appealing for anyone who knows of the whereabouts of Ashley Tessyman to come forward – all calls will be treated with the strictest confidence. I urge members of the public who see anyone they believe to be the person pictured to call the police. In the interest of personal safety do not confront him.

– Detective Sergeant John O’Hara

Closing approaches for 24 hours in Bristol

To get involved - http://www.24hoursinbristol.co.uk
To get involved - http://www.24hoursinbristol.co.uk Credit: 24 Hours in Bristol

A photographic competition to capture 24 hours in Bristol is kicking off today.
Last year the event saw around 10,000 pictures taken from all over the city.

The best 72 photos will win prizes with a new Waterways prize this year. Around 100 photos will then be put in an exhibition on 11th October at the Harbourside Arts Centre, off Millennium Square.

Hundreds of people have already entered and you have until midday to enter. ITV viewers will be able to enter for free. Click here to enter.

Most people wander around and don't even look at their surroundings.

So it's a great opportunity to get creative, to wander around the city and often explore places no one has ever been before.

It's a good way of discovering hidden corners of the city.

– Megan Whitty, Organiser

Thousands expected at Whitchurch fete

Delays are expected around Whitchurch this weekend as a three day Bank Holiday event gets underway. Around 3 thousand people are expected at the 38th event. There'll be a dog show, live music and flower and vegetable show. On Sunday what's thought to be the largest car boot sale in the area will be held from 11am.

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20th year of Treefest art Westonbirt Arboretum

20th year of Treefest art Westonbirt Arboretum
20th year of Treefest art Westonbirt Arboretum Credit: Treefest

Westonbirt Arboretum in Gloucestershire is getting ready for a weekend of woodcarving. Now in its 20th year, Treefest invites sculptors from across the world to have a go at transforming trunks into works of art.

Love Food Festival will also be showcasing local producers.

“We are so excited about collaborating with Treefest this year. Nature is a strong, ongoing theme for Love Food Festival. We want to nurture a love of the natural world and therefore, we hope, a desire to protect our beautiful planet. The setting is spectacular and we will ensure that the food is too!”

– Lorna Knapman, Love Food Festival founder

There'll also be live music, puppet shows and crafts for the children. And on Bank Holiday Monday there will be a parade to mark the anniversary.

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