Hundreds of people in Bath have been trying to break the record for the longest Selfie Chain.
They stood in line, taking turns to photograph themselves and then pass the camera on. Everyone wore cows ears as the attempt was organised by local charity Send a Cow.
It doesn't look like they managed to beat the current record of 5 hundred and 31, but it was all in a good cause.
An animal charity says there's a been a significant drop in the number of homes they've been able to find for stray dogs.
They're so desperate to find an owner for one of their charges that they've made a video about him.
Murdoch the lurcher was abandoned as a puppy. He has now been looked after by the charity near Bath for a year. But despite his loveable ways, no-one has taken him in.
You can find out more about the charity, Greyhound Rescue West of England, here.
And you can watch the video here:
Bath Rugby has said its goodbye to Sam Burgess, who has left the club and Rugby Union, to return to Rugby League in Australia. The club says Burgess, who has family is in Australia, left "for personal reasons". This comes after his rocky transition from League to Union and controversial selection for the World Cup, followed by a tough early exit for England.
The club insists it has been committed to Burgess' development as a Union player, but has agreed to release the 26-year-old from his contract - and says they are parting "on agreeable terms".
“We hoped that Sam would stay at Bath. He was doing really well in making the switch over from league and, given time, he could’ve been a great rugby union player. Unfortunately, for personal reasons, he is returning to Australia.
“However, we’re fortunate that we’ve got some very high calibre players here at the Club, and with a big run of games coming up in the Aviva Premiership and the European Rugby Champions Cup, we’ll be fully focused on these.”
Burgess is returning to his former club, the South Sydney Rabbitohs, who have said they "could not be happier" to have him back.
Sam Burgess has left Bath Rugby with immediate effect, to return to Rugby League in Australia.
There have been recent rumblings about the 26-year-old Bath and England player being ready to quit Rugby Union after less than a year. It's now been confirmed that he's re-joining his former club South Sydney Rabbitohs, until at least the end of 2018.
“I could not be happier to see Sam coming home to the Rabbitohs”
“He had an enormously positive impact on our Club, both on and off the field, throughout the five seasons he was here, and to be bringing back one of the game’s most dominant players is fantastic for not only our Club, but the game itself.
“He will add starch to our forward pack, and he will bring his leadership qualities to the team as well.
Former Bath and England player David Flatman tweeted his lack of surprise at the news.
Burgess gone. Immediate effect. Back to Sydney. See ya! ?? Meanwhile, I'm having some toast. It's lovely.
Last week the former prop who now works for Bath Rugby told us that he understood Burgess' dilemma about leaving, but didn't want to see him go.
Free road safety lessons in memory of a toddler killed in a lorry crash in Bath are due to start next month.
Four-year-old Mitzi Steady was one of four people killed in the tragedy in Lansdown Road earlier this year. The course with the charity Brake starts in December, after a fundraising appealin Mitzi's memory.
The mother of the transgender woman who was sent to a male prison has confirmed that she's now been moved to a female institution.
Supporters of Tara Hudson gathered outside Bristol Crown Court yesterday where she was appealing against her jail sentence for assault. The appeal failed - but Hudson is now serving the remainder of her sentence at Eastwood Women's Prison in South Gloucestershire.
A legal partner at the Bath firm representing Tara Hudson has tweeted the following.
Politicians have been tweeting their support for the 26-year-old, who was given a 12-week sentence at all-male Bristol Prison by magistrates despite having lived as a woman her whole adult life.
The Tara Hudson case shows how the Ministry of Justice need to be dragged kicking into the 21st century. We need major reform. #ISeeTara
A petition calling for her to be moved was signed by more than 140,000 people, and fears for her safety increased after reports that she was sexually harassed in the male prison.
A judge has said prison officials should reconsider where a transgender woman serves her sentence for assault.
Supporters of Tara Hudson staged a demonstration outside Bristol Crown Court - where her appeal against the jail term was rejected. The court heard she'd been taunted by inmates since being sent to the all-male Bristol prison.
While rejecting her appeal, the judge said it was for the prison service rather than the court to decide where she should serve her term, and invited "sensitive consideration" of the issue.
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