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Closing approaches for 24 hours in Bristol

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

Lorry towed out of narrow lane in Wells

These pictures show today's operation to extract yet another lorry out of Mill Lane, Coxley, in Wells. It is the third to get stuck in seven days.

The jammed lorry in Mill Lane. Credit: ITV West Country/Tim Hughes
This picture shows just how tight a squeeze it was. Credit: ITV West Country/Tim Hughes
A tow lorry was the only solution. Credit: ITV West Country/Tim Hughes
This garden wall was badly damaged. Credit: ITV West Country/Tim Hughes

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New 'planetarium' will take visitors back in time

One of the country's most important Roman sites is being brought to life, a hundred and fifty years after it was first discovered. Visitors to Chedworth Roman Villa in Gloucestershire, are getting the chance to experience it with a planetarium-style projection. The "discovery dome" has been developed by a student from the University of Bath.

John Tredinnick a researcher at the University says visitors will be taken back in time during the tour:

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