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A butcher from Shipham in Somerset has invented his own sausages for the World Cup competition.
Nick Hansford has used ingredients from each country involved to produce his very particular bangers.
Our viewers are backing England, who face Uruguay in tonight's crucial clash in Brazil.
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As England gear up for their match against Uruguay tonight - pubs in the West are getting ready to host their supporters. Many are decked out with flags and big screens. Horts in Bristol has even opened up a licensed cinema room for the game.
A Community Radio Station based in Bristol have been able to send a reporting team to Rio for the World Cup after an on-air joke was picked up by an international airline.
5 volunteers from BCFM were offered subsidised flights to travel to South America. They'll be broadcasting live from Brazil for 5 hours each day. Laura Makin-Isherwood reports.
A family firm here in the West is celebrating after being chosen as the supplier of pitch markings that will adorn every venue across Brazil. Trading for just four years, Richard Payne has the story of how a small company made it big.
As Brazil prepares for the World Cup, people in Bristol are preparing their streets to show England their support.
People in Torrington Avenue in Knowle West have been decorating their street ready for the competition.