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  1. We'll leave you with Bill Bailey's blister and aching limbs

    Comedian Bill Bailey is currently walking almost 90 miles along the Ridgeway national trail, raising money for cancer research.

    We caught up with him earlier near Wroughton in Wiltshire.

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    Video caption: Watch: Bill Bailey walks the Ridgeway ancient trackway

    And that's all from us on today's live page. Join us on Monday from 7am for more live news, sport, weather and travel updates for the West of England.


  2. Forest Green Rovers 'aiming for top half finish'

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    Video caption: Watch: Dale Vince's hopes for the new season

    In a week's time Forest Green Rovers will be making final preparations for their football league debut.

    Although they are the smallest of the 92 league clubs they have the financial backing of green energy millionaire Dale Vince.

    Under his ownership Forest Green have made headlines for being the only vegan football club in the world, but he's confident they can make their mark on the pitch too.

  3. Skatepark sessions exclusively for toddlers

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    Video caption: Watch: The Campus Skatepark is space for children to experiment on wheels

    Children and toddlers aren't who you'd usually expect to see moving around a skatepark.

    At the Campus Skatepark building in Bishopsworth, Bristol, the owners decided to give the little ones a safe space to experiment on two, three or four wheels, saying that regular skateparks are often too dangerous for smaller children to learn how to skate.

    Organisers hope it will prove popular over the school holidays.

  4. New railway station in Bristol 'ready for 2020'

    People at station

    Five new railway stations - including Portway Parkway in Bristol - should be completed by March 2020 after funding was confirmed, officials have said.

    The Department For Transport (DFT) said it will invest more than £16m in four stations in England and one in Wales.

    Click here to read the full story.

  5. Passchendaele soldier's audio archive

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    Video caption: Watch: Horace Thompson recalls his memories of the war

    Horace Thompson lived in Swindon and fought in WW1 at the Battle of Passchendaele.

    Also known as the Third Battle of Ypres, it began on 31 July 1917 and lasted 100 days.

    British general Douglas Haig wanted to get through German lines to reach Belgian ports to destroy German submarines.

    It ended with the Allies only making five miles progress, and almost 500,000 people died from both sides of the fighting.

    Training took place on Salisbury Plain and mud and heavy rain was a feature for most of the battle.

  6. Vandals and Visionaries - watch again online

    On the eve of Upfest, Europe's biggest street art festival, Miquita Oliver has explored the creativity and criminality of street art in Bristol.

    Watch the programme again above or via the BBC iPlayer.

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  7. Roads re-opened after pedestrian hit by van

  8. Henry, 9, would be 'very proud of the fact he's still remembered'

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    Video caption: Watch: Henry Bromberg's parents visit his grave every day

    It's exactly a year tomorrow that nine-year-old Henry Bromberg died as he waited for a heart transplant.

    The inspirational Gloucestershire boy stole the show during Children in Need in the West in 2015.

    He went on to become an ambassador for the charity Readathon and his legacy lives on, with tens of thousands of pounds raised in Henry's memory.

    Henry Bromberg
    Image caption: Henry shot to fame when he appeared on Children in Need in 2015
  9. An edible Clifton Suspension Bridge wedding cake

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    Video caption: Watch: See pictures from Paul and Sayana's happy day

    Here's one way of making your wedding day memorable, turn Brunel's famous Clifton Suspension Bridge into a cake.

    Paul and Sayana's recent wedding was notable for it's cake creation, which took 100 hours for Paul's auntie to bake.

  10. Road to be closed for railway works

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    Here's a reminder that Stapleton Road in Bristol will be closed to traffic from 9pm tonight, until 6am on Monday morning.

    Network Rail is replacing the old Victorian viaduct. Engineers began demolishing it earlier this week.

    The road needs to be closed to vehicles and pedestrians over the weekend in order for the section to be removed safely.

    A signposted diversion route will be in place.

  11. Cladding safety unknown at Waverley House

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    Video caption: Watch: BBC Points West's Scott Ellis at Waverley House in Bristol

    Workers have removed part of the cladding on an accomodation block in Bristol which homes hundreds of students.

    It's being done on the advice of the fire service following the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

    The government has said the material used on 82 buildings has failed new safety checks but it's not yet known if Waverley House is among them.

  12. Pedestrian 'seriously injured' after being hit by a van

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    A female pedestrian has been seriously injured after being hit by a van.

    Police and ambulance crews are currently at the scene.

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    Severe accident: A4013 Gloucestershire both ways

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    A4013 Gloucestershire both ways severe accident, at A4019 Tewkesbury Road.

    A4013 Gloucestershire - A4013 Princess Elizabeth Way in Cheltenham blocked in both directions at the A4019 Tewkesbury Road junction, because of a multi-vehicle accident. On the roundabout.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  14. Community garden features on Gardeners' World

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    Video caption: Watch: The garden in Potterne has had a community makeover

    Earlier this year we searched for a community garden to makeover with the help of our colleagues at BBC Gardener's World.

    A space in the Wiltshire village of Potterne, near Devizes, was chosen and tonight on Gardener's World you'll be able to see for the first time how the area is being transformed.

    Gardener's World is on BBC Two tonight at 9pm.

  15. Football: Defender signs Yeovil contract

    Daniel Alfei

    Yeovil Town have made defender Daniel Alfei their ninth summer signing following a successful trial period.

    The 25-year-old, a former Wales Under-21 international, has agreed a two-year contract with the League Two club.

    Released by Swansea in 2016, he most recently played for Welsh Premier League side Aberystwyth and has played four pre-season games for Yeovil.

    Quote Message: How Daniel has been playing non-league football for Aberystwyth Town is beyond me. It's up to him now to take this opportunity and aim for 40 league games this season. from Darren Way Yeovil Town manager
    Darren WayYeovil Town manager
  16. Marine 'frozen' with fear of dissidents

    Ciarán Maxwell

    A Royal Marine who made bombs for dissident republicans faked his support for their cause as he was "frozen" with fear, a court has been told.

    Ciarán Maxwell, who was based with 40 Commando in Taunton, was said to be trapped in an "intolerable double life" where he was a "Royal Marine by day and republican bomb maker on leave".

    He admitted a series of terror charges ahead of the pre-sentence hearing.

    An Old Bailey judge is expected to pass sentence on Monday.

    Click here to read more.

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    Severe disruption: M5 Somerset northbound

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    M5 Somerset northbound severe disruption, at J23 for A39 affecting J24 for A38.

    M5 Somerset - One lane closed and slow traffic on M5 northbound at J23, A39 (Bridgwater North), because of a broken down vehicle. Congestion to J24, A38 (Bridgwater South).

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time