Bath's large student population is being warned of the dangers of the city's river following the discovery of a teenager's body in the water this week.
Sam Amin's body was recovered on Tuesday and two thousand students arriving at Bath Spa University this weekend are being given advice on how to enjoy their nights out responsibly.
Chris Ellicott, who is the Registrar at the university says: ""There have been a number of deaths. It's about one a year on average but, of course, one a year is one too many every year, so we do want to remind students that they do need to be safe."
A home in Castle Combe caught fire after being struck by lightning.
The fire started when lightning struck the stables, flat and office buildings during last night's storms. No one was hurt in the incident.
David Cameron's promise to devolve more powers to the English regions and cities could have major implications for us here in the West - but it depends what they are, and how quickly they come.
There seems little appetite for a regional assembly, embracing the entire south west - somewhere like Cornwall would like to have one on its own. So we're left with the current mish-mash of local authorities, ranging from all purpose unitaries (in the case of Bristol, with an elected mayor), and two-tier county and districts, which still exist in Gloucestershire and Somerset.
Given their range in size, both in population and tax base, what sort of devolved powers would apply equally to such a range of places? Surely reorganisation of local government needs to take place first?
The Prime Minister seems to be hinting at some tax-raising powers, or greater retention of business rates - but we'll have to see. A big city authority like Bristol would certainly welcome that.
Stephen Williams MP, Lib Dem, Bristol North
The related question arises of whether England should have a separate Parliament to determine solely English affairs - to get round the anomaly whereby Scottish MPs can vote on issues south of the border, but not the other way round.
Wiltshire Conservative MP James Gray says he supports this idea, though many of his colleagues are wary of creating another tier of government.
James Gray MP, Con, North Wiltshire
People in Wiltshire are cleaning up after flash floods overnight. The county's fire service said it received more than 200 calls. Homes and businesses were affected. Roads were shut and a school near Corsham was also closed.
A lightning strike damaged a house in Melksham. And an Intercity train became stuck in deep water on the line. Ninety people were evacuated. The train is still blocking the route between Bath and Chippenham.
Station Manager Wayne Jones from Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service says they have had a busy night.