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Public searches put on hold

The family have stopped all public searches.

In a Facebook post last night the family wrote that they are trying to work alongside police and help them with the investigation.

Last week several public searches took place organised by the family in which hundreds of volunteers and friends turned up to help find Becky:

All foot searches are postponed until a later date as we are trying to work along side of the police and help them with the investigation.

Police have urged us to flood everywhere, especially shopping centres, with posters. We do have some to give out but we are limited. So if anyone can print them out and get them anywhere & everywhere please do! Would be very much appreciated. The objective is still as it was at the beginning. That is to bring becky home safely!!!

Again, thank you so much for your continued support you are giving us as a family. It's all that's keeping us going right now.

Please like and share!

– Find Rebecca Watts Facebook Group

Bristol campaign to reduce cervical cancer deaths

A campaign will be launched in Bristol to reduce the number of deaths from cervical cancer.

Around a quarter of teenage girls in the city have not been properly vaccinated against the disease.

The HPV vaccine helps protect against 70% of cervical cancers, but Bristol has one of the lowest uptakes of the vaccine in the South West.

25% of Bristol's teenage girls remain unvaccinated

Tickets for Bristol City's Wembley appearance go on sale

Tickets for Bristol City's Johnstone's Paint Trophy final against Walsall at Wembley will go on general sale today.

Bristol City season ticket holders have had a week to buy their tickets - and 21,000 have already been sold.

The remainder of the 39,000 tickets allocated to each team's supporters will be on sale to the general public from eight o clock this morning.

Bristol City fan Oskar Pycroft will lead out the team at Wembley Credit: Bristol Sport

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The Big Pedal push: getting kids on their bikes

Staff, pupils and parents are being urged to consider using two wheels to get to school

Olympic champion Sharron Davies will visit a school in Chippenham today to help kick off The Big Pedal.

It's a three week event which encourages children and their parents to use bikes or scooters for the school run.

Thirty-six schools in Wiltshire have signed up so far.

It comes as a YouGov poll revealed that children in the South West are getting less exercise than others around the country.

Record year at Bath Half Marathon

It's been a record year at Bath Half Marathon with the British stealing the show in the elite field taking first place in the men's and women's races. For the first time in 12 years a British male took the top spot, with Paul Martelletti finishing the 13.1 mile course in 65 minutes and 28 seconds.

I struggled on the second lap and the wind was quite strong and that didn’t help, but the crowd were so supportive throughout and really spurred me on to the finish.

– Paul Martelletti, winner of Bath Half Marathon

Nearly 13,000 runners pounded the streets of Bath in the half marathon. Almost 1,000 runners took part in the family fun run while over 30,000 people turned out to support the runners.

Man charged with murder in Glastonbury

A 50-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a woman in Somerset last week.

Neil Winn of Watts Corner, Glastonbury is to due to appear at South Somerset Magistrates Court, Yeovil, tomorrow morning.

The charge relates to an incident in a property in Watts Corner, Glastonbury, on Thursday February 26, when a woman aged 45, was found dead.

A post mortem confirmed she had died from multiple stab wounds. She has not yet been formally identified.

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