It's the end of an era at Foxhill in Bath as the last of the offices at the MoD base are knocked down to make way for hundreds of homes.
A pigeon race inspired by World War One took place today. Birds were released from in Belgium and flew to Pilton.
Dredgers have removed more than 120,000 tonnes from the Rivers Parrett and Tone to stop a repeat of the floods in Somerset.
Hundreds of pigeons are travelling from France to Pilton today as part of World War One commemorations. Up to 500 pigeons were let off from Ypres in France at 7am this morning and are expected in Pilton this lunchtime. In the war pigeons were used to carry messages during the war.
The South West has become the fastest growing region in the country for overseas tourists. The figures from last year show a rise of 48 per cent with more than 5 hundred thousand holiday visits in the summer months. It means the number of visitors has overtaken pre-recession record levels - 8 years ago. The South West is the most popular with German tourists.
Thousands of people in Bath are taking part in a festival that sees revellers covered in a rainbow of paints. The latest festival craze is called the Holi One and is a hindu celebration marking the victory of good over bad. Festivals like this have taken place all over the world including at Bath Racecourse today.
It's the second day of the Bridgwater Flower Show. Hundreds of people are expected to see the flower, vegetable and art displays. The event runs from 10am-3pm