A selection of the most foolish stories sent in to ITV Westcountry on April 1

It's April Fools Day and as always the team at ITV Westcountry has received plenty of stories trying to catch us out.

Rest assured we are all very professional and (despite our gullible appearance) would never let something like that happen...but that doesn't mean we don't enjoy them!

Here are some of the best foolish stories sent into us today.

Moving the Avebury stones for British Summer Time

National Trust rangers have been hard at work repositioning the Avebury stones in line with British Summer Time.

The Stone Age people didn't have Daylight Savings Time so the National Trust moves the stones exactly 11 days after the Spring Equinox.

The National Trust says its all about keeping the site authentic.

Cheese-rolling goes a bit French

Camembert is the new official cheese of the Gloucestershire cheese rolling event. Credit: SoGlos

There's been controversy in Gloucestershire as the new French organisers of the cheese rolling rename the event Le Fromage de Roulement Francais, and replace the Double Gloucester with a Camembert.

Air ambulance to use hover-boards to get to patients

The Great Western Air Ambulance charity will use hover-boards to get to patients. Credit: Great Western Air Ambulance

The Great Western Air Ambulance Charity has announced it's to become the first in the country to use hover-boards to reach ill and critically injured patients.

6' 5" Bristol City defender Aden Flint signs for Bristol Flyers basketball

Aden Flint swaps football for basketball. Credit: Bristol Flyers

Bristol City defender Aden Flint says he's delighted to have signed for the top flight Bristol Flyers basketball team. The 6' 5" centre half said:

***Disclaimer: these stories are not true. Please don't believe them!