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- Updates from across the West of England on Thursday, 8 December 2016.
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Bristol City head coach Lee Johnson has signed a new contract to stay with the Championship club until 2020.
The 35-year-old started his managerial career with Oldham in 2013 before moving to Oakwell with Barnsley in 2015 and then onto Ashton Gate in February.
His previous contract was set to end at the end of the 2018-19 season.
In 1607, much of Somerset was flooded - possibly by a tsunami. The event is now a part of Somerset's history and one Somerton resident has used this as inspiration for an embroidered creation.
Mary Stirling wanted to raise money for charity so has designed a needlepoint kit, which can be bought to produce a cushion cover, depicting a scene from The Great Flood.
And with just minutes to go, Gloucester score a bonus point try:
Looks like the Christmas lights in Salisbury Cathedral are going all hi-tech this year:
And another penalty scored by Gloucester.
A penalty scored for Gloucester.
The visitors with a converted try at Kingsholm.
A woman from Cheltenham who is awaiting her third liver transplant is to undergo a pioneering stem cell procedure to try to save her life - and give her a chance of becoming a mother.
Alex Keel has chronic liver disease which can often be cured through a transplant.
But two donor organs have so far proved unsuccessful and doctors say it's unlikely she'll be offered a fourth if her next one fails.
Doctors at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital are now considering pioneering treatment to teach her body to protect a new organ, which would mean her hopes of starting a family may be realised.
And it's half time at Kingsholm.
Another Gloucester try and conversion as the home side extend their lead just before half time.
Gloucester score another try at Kingsholm:
25 mins gone and Gloucester are in the lead for the first time.
There are warnings about checking people who say they can dispose of your waste after an increase in fly-tipping.
Wiltshire Council is warning members of the public that they're also liable if someone picks up their unwanted things but then just dumps them somewhere.
BBC Points West's Will Glennon has been to a furniture project in Chippenham that regularly finds waste dumped outside its door.
How diverse might Bristol look if only 100 people lived in the area?
We've been crunching numbers from the Census and Public Health England and here's the result:
Salisbury Cathedral's 32ft Christmas tree, one of the biggest cut Christmas trees in Wiltshire, was winched into place earlier today.
it was then prepared for hundreds of glass to be hung on it and 1,000 fairy lights.Copyright: PACopyright: PA