The closed and secluded St Giles church in Imber, Wiltshire, now used as a military training ground by the MoD, will be open for Easter.
Closed and shut off throughout the year, the church lies in a ghost village in the heart of Salisbury plain, an area that has been cordoned off by the Ministry of Defence for training for over 60 years.
Imber was officially evacuated for military training purposes in 1943.
The 700 year-old church is the only building in the abandoned WW2 village of Imber to have heating and running water.
There will be an Easter Egg hunt for kids and the chance for visitors to walk around the deserted village.
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More than 100 members of Wiltshire Bikers will be revving up for a hot cross bun run in Trowbridge today.
Bikers from across the county will take hot cross buns to residents of Shaftesbury Court, a purpose-built residential home for 18 adults with physical and learning disabilities.
It's now become an Easter tradition for the bikers to visit - allowing residents the opportunity to see, hear, touch and, if appropriate, sit on the motorbikes.
This year the bikers will be gathering at 10.30am at Wiltshire College before heading off to the care home for 11am where they stay with residents for more than an hour.
Bristol will be celebrating one of its oldest industries this weekend - a two day chocolate festival is coming to the waterfront.
Star of the show will be a 30 kilogram model of the SS Great Britain, which is being built at a chocolate shop in Bedminster.
Caron Bell reports.
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Holidaymakers on an Easter egg hunt in Somerset got more than they bargained for today when instead of finding chocolate they stumbled across an unexploded hand grenade.
Police closed part of the A39 at Woodlands Hill near Holford for a short time while bomb disposal teams were sent in.
The road has now been re-opened to traffic and the device has been destroyed.
A holidaymaker on an Easter egg hunt in Somerset got more than they bargained for today when instead of chocolate they stumbled across an unexploded hand grenade.
Police closed part of the A39 near Holford for a short time while bomb disposal teams were sent in.
The road has now been re-opened to traffic, but non-road users are being warned to avoid the area in the interests of safety.