The National Trust is carrying out its annual Valentine's flower count across the South West. Gardeners and volunteers are taking stock of what's already in bloom in their gardens. The information helps the Trust find out how plantlife is adapting to changes in weather patterns.
England has suffered its wettest year since records began in 1910. While slugs relished the wet summer, birds struggled and badgers found it difficult to find food in the dry spring.
Matthew Oates from the National Trust talks about how the bad weather has had a huge affect on the region's wildlife.
The M32 has reopened in both directions following an incident on the St Paul's overbridge.