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The Academy of Gymnastics from Portishead have been crowned Women's British Team Champions at the national finals in Guildford.
Its the first time a team from the South West has won the title since the competition began in 1924.
Conservationists at WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre in Gloucestershire have set up a round-the-clock guard to protect the first crane egg laid in western Britain in over 400 years.
Hunting and the loss of wetlands drove cranes to extinction in Britain by 1600. Since 2010, the Great Crane Project has been rearing cranes in captivity and reintroducing them to the West Country.
The egg at WWT Slimbridge is the first known to be laid by cranes released by the project, the oldest of which only reached maturity this year.
The female bird does most of the incubating but the male bird can be seen swapping over with her so she can go and feed.
WWT’s Nigel Jarrett said:
“Cranes are an iconic part of British wildlife and one that was all but lost for centuries. There is a long way to go before cranes become widespread again, but it is absolutely momentous to see this egg laid at Slimbridge."
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry will visit Tedworth House in Tidworth later as they offically open the new Help for Heroes Recovery Centre.
The Princes will meet injured service personnel, veterans and their families.
Peter Griffin has Monday's forecast for the region:
Conservationists at the Slimbridge Wetland Centre in Gloucestershire have set up a round-the-clock guard to protect the first crane egg laid in the South West in over 400 years.
Hunting and the loss of wetlands drove cranes to extinction in Britain.
For the last three years, the Great Crane Project has been rearing the birds in captivity and reintroducing them to the West Country.
The egg at WWT Slimbridge is the first known to be laid by cranes released by the project.
Bird spotters are able to see the male and female cranes taking turns at sitting on the nest.
A food charity has started a petition calling for Bristol to become the first city where all surplus food is used. Supported by Mayor George Ferguson, FareShare South West is asking for companies to stop throwing away food that is left over.
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry are opening a new Help for Heroes recovery centre in Wiltshire today.
The two princes are visiting Tedworth House in Tidworth to meet wounded service personnel, veterans and their families to learn about the challenges they face.
Yeovil's Sam Foley was playing non-league football with Newport County ten months ago.
Next season he'll be playing in the Championship. He describes it as 'unreal':
Yeovil Town defender Byron Webster describes today's win as the 'best moment of his career'.
He's looking forward to playing big clubs like Leeds United and QPR next season: