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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 12:36 UK time, Friday, 16 November 2007

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Children in Need
The BBC Children in Need Appeal show kicks off at 7pm on BBC One tonight. Find out how to get involved online.

Wrexham FC's new boss
Your thoughts on the appointment of new manager Brian Little.

Your photos
Sunrise photos - David submits a photo of a stunning sunrise.

Seasonal scenes - Mark sends in autumnal scenes at Bellevue Park.

Local horror movie - View photo stills from a teen horror movie filmed on location in Wrexham and Llangollen.

Rants and Raves
Moving to Prestatyn - David: "Crime levels are low, there are a good number of jobs available, you have the lovely sea air and not forgetting people seem to live longer!"

Butterscotch pudding - Rukshana: "Does anyone know how to make a proper 'Butterscotch pudding' like they used to make in school?"

Council tax - Mike: "The Welsh Assembly announced contributions to councils for 2008/09. Nowhere was there financial acknowledgement that Wrexham has to support thousands of migrant workers."

Saltney rants - Veronica: "When will we have our library back? The old building was demolished - a struggle followed to get the financial backing to build a temporary one - but we are still waiting!"

News round-up
Ad pulled after terrapin attack: An advert showing a cartoon tortoise tied to a rocket is pulled after it is linked to cruelty to a terrapin.

Council rejects wind farm plans: Plans to build 12 100m-high wind turbines are thrown out after concerns about their potential impact.

Bye for now

Nick Bourne
BBC Wales North East

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