Reaction from last night's game between Doncaster Rovers and Yeovil Town, which ended 2-1 to the home side.
Yeovil Town remain bottom of the Championship tonight after losing 2-1 at Doncaster Rovers.
Here's the route of the open-top bus tour to celebrate Yeovil Town's promotion to the Championship.
Yeovil manager Gary Johnson says he wont put too much pressure on his players but believes the team can win games in the Championship.
The Glovers are hoping for their first home win of the season when they take on Brighton at the weekend.
Yeovil Town are back in action in the Championship tomorrow after a two-week break for international matches.
The Glovers play Brighton at Huish Park, looking to record their first home win of the season. They're without a victory in the league since winning at Millwall on the opening day of the season.
Matthias Kurth reports:
Last night Yeovil went down 2-1 to high flying Leicester City at Huish Park.
Yeovil manager Gary Johnson spoke to ITV News West Country after the game, and said they were up against a side with Premier League quality:
A family of five, including three children, were treated for carbon monoxide poisoning following a leak at a property in Stiby Court last night.
Fire and ambulance services were called the property at around quarter to eleven. The family were assisted out of the building by paramedics.
A new £800,000 artificial grass pitch officially opens at Yeovil Recreation Centre this morning. Taster sessions are being held before the ribbon is cut at 10:30am. The project has cost more than 8 hundred thousand pounds.
A large colony of black bees that had made their hive near the top of a tree at Penn Hill in Yeovil had to be saved by staff at South Somerset District Council after a large limb of the tree had fallen off and disturbed the hive.
A member of the public reported to the Somerset Beekeepers’ Association that a large nest of what they thought to be ordinary bees had been exposed after they noticed the limb of an oak tree had fallen off.
Once Marvin Collins, a bee enthusiast from the Yeovil division of the Somerset Beekeepers’ Association attended the site, he noticed that these bees were no ordinary bees, but rare black bees. It is understood that there are only an estimated seven colonies of this type of bee in the UK.
Marvin set up a temporary home for the bees over the weekend until he had spoken to staff at South Somerset District Council who owned the tree.
Members of the Countryside and Streetscene teams attended the scene to help with the removal of the bees and also help tidy and make safe the tree by removing other dead limbs. A cherry picker was kindly donated free of charge by Yeovil Hire Centre to help staff gain access to the top of the tree.
Once at the top of the tree, Marvin was able to remove a large quantity of bees including the queen bee and safely move them into a man-made beehive with assistance from staff at the district council.
The new football season kicks-off tomorrow. Yeovil Town will be playing in the Championship for the first time, but striker James Hayter has played at this level before:
Watch an extended interview with Gary Johnson ahead of his team's first ever game in the Championship:
Yeovil Town Football Club made history in May by winning the League One play-off final at Wembley and gaining promotion to the Championship - England's second tier - for the very first time.
Manager Gary Johnson and his team will be of course be the underdogs, but they plan to spring a surprise.
Our Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurth reports:
A councillor from Somerset has been chosen to be the Conservative candidate in Yeovil at the next General Election.
Marcus Fysh was selected in a so-called 'open primary' at which ALL voters were invited to attend, not just party members.
It's one of only a handful of times that an open primary has been used to select a candidate.
Our political correspondent Bob Constantine explains: