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The Met Office has updated its weather warning for thunderstorms across the West.
It now mostly avoids Somerset - which could be good to avoid a soaked ground at Glastonbury ahead of the festival - and Bath, Bristol and most of Gloucestershire. But the warning encompasses most of Wiltshire.
It is active from now until 10am on Tuesday.
The campaign aims to encourage people to use local libraries while having fun at the same time.
The number of reports of drinks being spiked in the west of England has more than doubled in the past three years.
Police in the region said there were 104 incidents reported in 2018 compared to 49 in 2015.
The figures from Avon and Somerset, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire Police were revealed by a Freedom of Information (FOI) request.
The majority were recorded in the Avon and Somerset area, where 85 incidents were reported last year - up from 41.
There's a weather warning out for Tuesday into Wednesday warning of rain and thunderstorms.
The Environment Agency has also warned of the potential for flooding along the River Severn in Gloucestershire.
There is also a more serious warning for the River Severn at Severn Ham, Tewkesbury.
The agency said: "River levels remain high but steady at the Mythe Bridge and Upper Pound river gauges as a result of recent heavy rainfall.
"Consequently, flooding of property and roads and farmland is possible today."
The new creatures at Gloucester Cathedral are being designed to represent the spirit of Gloucestershire.
Livestock owners reveal pamper techniques ahead of the Royal Three Counties Show in Malvern.
An emergency byelaw comes into force on Saturday to help protect salmon stock in the Severn Estuary.
The Environment Agency (EA) order means draft net and putcher fishing would be prohibited - and Lave net fishing, and rod and line, will operate on a catch-and-release basis only.
An EA spokesman said the move was necessary to protect this salmon population and comes after figures for the Severn, Wye and Usk, which salmon from the Severn Estuary migrate to, showed numbers to be extremely low.
"This has not been an easy decision to take. We have looked at other options, such as reduced catch limits for both net and rod fishermen and voluntary catch and release for lave net and rod fishermen, but felt that stopping any salmon being taken on the Severn this season through a by-law was necessary to protect salmon in the river," he said.
"We understand the impact this will have on fishermen, but only by the use of immediate and robust action, with cooperation from others, can we prevent the collapse of salmon stocks in the Severn in the future."
A motorcyclist was injured in hit-and-run in the Barnwood area of Gloucester.
The 52-year-old man, from Gloucester, was travelling on a Honda motorbike along the A40 from the Elmbridge Court roundabout towards the C&G roundabout shortly after 06:30 BST when it is alleged a white van cut in front of him.
He collided with the crash barrier, suffering cuts and bruises, and was checked over at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital before being discharged.
The van driver did not stop at the scene and Gloucestershire Police is now appealing for the motorist, or people who saw what happened, to come forward.
The sculptors used chicken wire to bring characters from centuries ago back to life in Gloucestershire.
A new transport service has started for non-emergency patients in Bath and North East Somerset, Somerset, Gloucestershire, Swindon and Wiltshire.
E-zec will run the service for patients who cannot travel by other means due to a medical condition or mobility need.
Patients who want to make use of the service need to be assessed against national eligibility criteria.
E-zec delivers services across the UK and currently provides non-emergency patient transport services across Dorset, Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
Changes are being made to the way some channels are broadcast on Freeview on June 5.
You may need to retune your TV equipment to continue watching programmes when these take place in your area.
More details about what to do can be found by clicking here. Scroll down for full information.
You can also call the Freeview Advice Line free on 0808 100 0288
Artefacts buried for hundreds of years have been unearthed as part of an archaeological dig taking place at Sudeley Castle in Gloucestershire.
Archaeologists excavating a field within the grounds have found fragments of hand-made green glazed pottery, with the potter's thumbprints on it, possibly from the Tudor period, as well as glass, clay pipes and ornamental iron work.
The dig, which is underway from now until Sunday, offers the public a rare opportunity to see archaeologists working to unearth secrets of Sudeley that have remained hidden underground for hundreds of years.
To find out more about the dig and all the events on at Sudeley Castle, visit: www.sudeleycastle.co.uk/events
This archaeological dig is a hugely exciting and rare opportunity for members of the public to witness the re-emergence of a thrilling piece of Tudor history. It’s wonderful to have made such exciting discoveries already and we are keen to see what else we find over the next week.