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Wiltshire coach firm Hatts has gone into administration with the immediate loss of 89 jobs and threatening the plans of 1,000 members of public who have made bookings affected.
A Park and Ride bus service Hatts operates in Salisbury will continue to operate safeguarding 32 jobs.
The firm has offices and depots in Foxham near Chippenham, Worton near Devizes and Salisbury.
Helpline number for those people who are affected:0800 4704633
The great holiday getaway is already underway.
Bristol Airport says the total passenger number that will be travelling through Bristol Airport this weekend (Friday to Monday inclusive) will be 90,000.
Up to two million Brits are expected to fly abroad this weekend despite temperatures in the UK remaining high.
Spain is the number one destination in Europe according to travel organisation Abta. Bristol Airport estimates 45,000 will take off from there this weekend.
However the current hot weather has boosted the numbers of people taking last-minute trips in the UK. Businesses in Somerset are hoping the weather helps to attract more people to the region, which is still struggling following the winter flood with some companies seeing a 25% reduction in bookings.
We're being warned to expect one of the busiest weekends of the year on the region's roads, as the school summer holidays begin.
Industry leaders say they've seen a drop in bookings for this season over the last couple of months compared to previous years. Some businesses say trade is down a quarter. But they're hoping sunny summer weather will help boost takings.
The Arnos Vale cemetery in Bristol is being prepared for a garden party to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the first burial at the site on Sunday.
The cemetery are also launching a project that tells the story of the fight to save the cemetery from development in 1998. The Oral History Project will also feature locals' memories of the site.
Yeovilton Air Day, one of Somerset's largest one-day events, opens its gates tomorrow.
30 thousand people are expected at the Royal Naval Air Station. Military aerobatic teams from all over the world will be taking part. As well as an air display, there'll be a funfair, bands and a classic car show.
Neil Thompson, air display director, tells us more:
There are plans to rebuild Temple Fire Station in Bristol. It's part of the Fire Service's 'Investing in the Future' programme, which was launched in January. The station shares its site with the Service's Headquarters.
If the plans go through it will free up part of the Temple Back plot for redevelopment.
The latest weather forecast from Amanda Houston
Bath duo Michael Jamieson and Andrew Willis won silver and bronze respectively in the men's 200 metres breaststroke.
Jamieson was beaten by Ross Murdoch who took broke the British record.
Bath swimmer Siobhan O'Connor has won silver in the 200m freestyle
The 18 year old missed out on gold by just 0.25 seconds, pushing Australian Emma McKeon to a new Games record of 1:55:57.