Dairy farmers are planning another protest against supermarket prices in Somerset tonight.
They are meeting at Sedgemoor market and will then go on to blockade a distribution centre in their ongoing fight against milk prices, which they say are driving them out of business.
Many of them are having to sell milk for less than it costs to produce and Farmers for Action say the supermarkets are ignoring their plight.
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Gloucestershire dressage champion Charlotte DuJardin has been crowned Sportswoman of the Year at a ceremony in London. The double Olympic gold medallist was honoured at the Sunday Times and Sky awards this evening.
Team Bath skeleton racer Lizzie Yarnold, who won Great Britain's first gold medal of the 2014 Winter Olympics, came second.
And Devon's Jo Pavey - a Bristol University graduate - came third. She became the oldest female European champion in history when she won 10,000m gold in Zurich earlier this year when she was almost 41.
Bristol gymnast Claudia Fragapane, who made history by winning four gold medals at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow at the age of 16, was made Young Sportswoman of the Year.
Part of Burnham-On-Sea High Street was sealed off on Tuesday evening following a stabbing.
Police were called to the area of the High Street near Lloyds Bank at 7.20pm. The man ran off along Princess Street to the petrol station, where staff contacted police.
The man's injuries were described as serious but not life threatening.
Police have arrested a woman in connection with the incident. Police are appealing for witnesses.
Bath Rugby players will be helping dish out soup to homeless people in the city today as part of a fundraising campaign. Bath has one of the highest numbers of rough sleepers in the UK.
The money will go to homelessness projects run by local charity The Genesis Trust.
Weston-super-Mare have been knocked out of the FA Cup at home after losing 4-1 to Doncaster Rovers tonight.
18 year-old Liam Monelle scored their only goal in the 90th minute.
Somerset County Cricket Club have signed Jim Allenby from Glamorgan on a permanent contract.
The 32 year old was born in Western Australia, but is England qualified. Last season he scored 969 runs and took 54 wickets in the LV= County Championship. He has played for Glamorgan since 2009.
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