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The bomb squad had to be called when two magnet fishermen reeled in more than they were probably bargaining for.
They were doing a spot of night fishing in the river at Tydd St Giles near Wisbech, Cambridgeshire on Monday, when they hauled in a couple of suspected grenades, police said.
Officers and the bomb squad were called to Church Lane and a 100m (328ft) cordon was set up as a precaution.
Police said the suspect explosives were "safely removed from the area".
A "huge thank you" is being shared to people in a town for being "sensible" as pubs and restaurants reopened at the weekend.
Northampton Borough Council said it worked closely with the police, and the town centre's BID business group, to make sure everyone was complying with government guidance.
Anna King, cabinet member for community safety and engagement, said: "We’re so pleased that everyone, businesses and residents alike, took a sensible approach to the reopening.
"It’s extremely important that we get our local economy fully up and running again, though in doing so we need to make sure we don’t contribute to a second surge of coronavirus."
By Gareth Griffiths
BBC Sport Wales
From tomorrow you will be able to visit more museums and historical places of interest.
Councillor John Griffiths, leader of West Suffolk Council, said he was "delighted" they were in a position to reopen their sites in a "safe and considered way".
"I ask that we all continue to do our part by observing the measures that are needed," he added.
Although play areas are able to reopen, ensuring everyone can "socially distance", some play equipment is being "taken out of service for the time being", it added.
Arts groups in the East have been given a share of a £33m fund to help them stay afloat until the end of September, because of the impact of Covid-19.
The money from the Arts Council has been given to National Portfolio Organisations.
It has come from its £160m Emergency Response Package, which was launched in March, with help from the National Lottery and the government.
Hedley Swain, area director for Arts Council England, said: "We know that we are all still facing huge challenges.
"We’ll use our remaining available funds, alongside those announced by government, to support our sector in the coming months.”
The groups that have received help include:
By Kate Scotter & Phil Shepka
BBC Look East
The number of people who have died in hospital from coronavirus in the East of England has risen by two, according to the latest daily government figures.
The deaths, according to Tuesday's statistics, were at the following NHS trusts:
The total number of deaths for the region's hospitals now stands at 4,021.
The latest Department of Health figures show that across the UK the number of deaths stands at 44,236.
As coronavirus numbers continue to fall, keep caring is message a council wants to share.
Steve Count, leader of Cambridgeshire County Council, said: "If we don't care for ourselves and care for each other it's going to go back up.
"We need to take advantage of the gains we've made."
He urged people not a relax social distancing and hygiene recommendations.
"Please care for yourself, care for others and help us get through this," he added.
On Saturday it was once again legal to go and have you haircut at a hairdresser's.
So as clients return Northamptonshire Police is asking hairdressers to look out for signs of domestic abuse and to help anyone who may have lived with an abuser during lockdown.
The force wants to raise awareness and train salon professionals to recognise the warning signs and safely refer clients to organisations that can help them.
BBC News Online
As arts venues up and down the east have turned red to show their solidarity for venues that have been forced to remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic... we thought we would try to show some more...
So here is the turn of Milton Keynes, Cromer, Knebworth and Northampton for the #LightItInRed campaign.
Click here for more pictures further down this page.