Family and friends of an amateur footballer from Bristol who died following a freak accident on the pitch have gathered to remember him.
Ben Hiscox collided with a clubhouse wall and fractured his skull while playing for Stoke Gifford United earlier this year. He died in hospital after a series of seizures.
Today the 30-year-old's ashes were planted under a tree, and a bench unveiled in his memory.
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Crowds gathered at Glastonbury Tor last night to catch a glimpse of the first "blue moon" since 2012 - and the last until 2018.
The name "blue moon" refers to the second of two full moons appearing in the same calendar month.
It is more important for astrologers than astronomers, marking a time of upset, change and possibilities.
Despite the name, blue moons are usually silvery grey, like any other.
Blue moons are not as rare as myths may say. The last one occurred on August 31, 2012, and the next will be seen on January 31, 2018.
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Police have released CCTV footage of Derek Morris, better known as Bristol's legendary DJ Derek.
It is exactly three weeks since he disappeared. The footage below shows him in the Commercial Rooms in Bristol's Corn Street.
The last known sighting of Derek was on Friday July 10, when he was seen crossing the road from Rupert Street to Lewins Mead in the city centre.
The number of people with eating disorders has doubled in the past three years. Now a Bristol teenager battling anorexia, is trying to help others by telling her moving story. Her fight with the eating disorder has been made into a film and as our reporter Charlotte Saker has been finding out it's already helping transform lives across our region:
Chillier this evening with largely clear skies.Read the full story ›
Bristol City have signed just one player so far this summer, French striker Jonathan Kodjia.
After last night's friendly against Yeovil Town, City manager Steve Cotterill explained the club's patient approach to the transfer market:
Mainly dry with sunny spells this afternoon.Read the full story ›
Bristol Rovers have been given leave to appeal a judge's ruling, who initially found in favour of Sainsbury's after they pulled out of a deal to buy the club's Memorial Stadium.
The £30 million pound agreement would have enabled Rovers to build a new ground on university land on the outskirts of the city.
The club announced on their website that they hope to have the hearing held in late November or early December this year.
We would also like to take this opportunity to say we appreciate the support and encouragement we continue to receive from fans during this testing time.
A large number of you have approached members of the board during pre-season games, both home and away, to offer your support, and the over-whelming message has been one of ‘Don’t give up the fight’.