There's been an explosion in the number of mosquitoes in the region. The Somerset Levels are one of the worst places hit - it's due to the amount of stagnant water around. That's created the perfect breeding ground for the insects, which can pose a serious risk to humans.
Farmers in the area, who are now worried about the health of their cattle, say they're noticing huge plagues of the insects - far more than normal.
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It was 75 years ago that Bristol felt the full force of the Blitz. This evening Bristolians took to the streets to mark the anniversary.
A Bristol woman who suffered abuse at the hands of her own father has told ITV News fear stopped her reporting the crime.
Glastonbury monks concocted myths about King Arthur and Jesus to raise money by drawing pilgrims to the area, according to research.