Live updates

Poor visibility on Gloucester roads after warehouse fire

Firefighters are warning that there may be poor visibility on Bristol Rd in Gloucester as crews deal with a fire at a warehouse in the area.

Officers are currently on scene at Avon Metals after a fire was reported just after 4am on 24 January.

Smoke and fog are mixing so police advise drivers to take care when driving through.

Advertisement

Exeter City chairman: 'we've got an exceptional manager'

Julian Tagg, Exeter City chairman

Exeter City's chairman has praised manager Paul Tisdale after a convincing 3-0 win against Colchester, which has boosted their play-off ambitions.

Julian Tagg heralded the turnaround which has seen the Grecians restore their home form and climb 14 places to 9th in League 2.

"It was important that we didn't panic. And if you're doing the right things every day, eventually it's going to come right - and that's what happened", he said.

Tagg also told ITV News he was pleased with the way the fans backed the manager: "There's an awful lot of fans who stayed behind him."

"We've got an exceptional manager in every way. It's a difficult position he sits in because in one respect the most important thing is the next result, but also he has to have an eye on bringing through the next young players."

Exeter City's next game is away at Portsmouth.

Advertisement

  1. Meridian

Autographs from the biggest icons come up for sale

An autograph from Sir Edmund Hillary features in the collection Credit: Campbells auctioneers

A collection of over a thousand signatures and autographs from the worlds most iconic figures will be up for auction tomorrow.

The historical collection features signatures from royalty, prime minsters and famous authors including Charles Dickens and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

The man behind it was Jon Evans. He gathered the pieces over 50 years, until his death in 2007 at the age of 90.

Autograph of former Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill Credit: Campbell's Auctioneers

Campbell's Auctioneers of Worthing, who are auctioning the collection believe it could gets as much as £25,000 to £30,000.

Load more updates Back to top