Oldbury power station has sent out its final shipment of nuclear fuel.
The station in South Gloucestershire opened in 1967 but was shut down in 2011.
A team of more than 200 staff will decommission the site.
Site Director, Mike Heaton says it's an end of an era.
While the site is decommissioned, the reactor buildings will be kept for at least another 80 years.
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Dairy farmers are to lose an average of almost 3p per litre in the next year, according to a new report.
One of the reasons is lower feed prices. It comes after a spate of protest across the West by farmers during the summer.
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The price of milk paid to farmers is not expected to rise until the end of this year or early next, according to a government minister.
George Eustice was giving evidence to MPs after a summer of protests by dairy farmers across the South West over the low price they get for their products.
A petition calling for the introduction of a minimum price farmers get for their milk triggered this afternoon's one-off parliamentary session.
The farming minister will be quizzed on the dairy industry by MPs later this afternoon.
George Eustice is being brought before the Agricultural Select Committee where he'll be cross-examined on milk prices. The session will also hear evidence from the National Farmers Union and has been called after more than 50,000 signed a petition asking the Government to introduce a minimum price.
Morrisons say their new brand of cheese - with more money going to the farmers - will be available from the beginning of October.
"Milk for Farmer's cheese and milk lines", comes after meetings between Farmers for Action and the supermarket following blockades of their distribution centre in Bridgwater.
Morrison's say they're also looking into how they could develop a winter support fund for dairy farmers - another meeting on Friday will determine whether this is possible.
Farmers are again protesting this evening outside the Morrisons Distribution Centre in Bridgwater.
It comes three days after they agreed to suspend action ahead of talks with the supermarket.
Farmers for Action this afternoon announced they were protesting over delays in negotiations over the price paid for milk used to make cheese.
Here's James Badman from Fathers for Action
Morrisons says the plan is still to introduce a new British Brand to help support farmers but the protesters aren't convinced.
You can watch footage from this evening's protest below: