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Cafe B waitress who started at 14 hangs up apron for dream teaching job

A Hilton woman who started working in a Burton café at the age of 14 has served her last cup of coffee as she bids farewell to her customers and gets ready to embark on a career in teaching at de Ferrers Academy. Read the full story here...

Oly has worked at cafe B since she was 14
Oly has worked at cafe B since she was 14

Campaign group has been set up to fund fight against 150-homes plan near Winshill

A campaign group has been set up to fight plans to build up to 150 homes on the edge of Winshill, which residents claim will threaten the area with floods and bring traffic congestion. Read the full story here...

Masterplan of Sales Lane and Hawfield Lane Bretby development
Masterplan of Sales Lane and Hawfield Lane Bretby development

Vigilantes reveal how they 'trapped' Burton paedophile who thought he was meeting an 11-year-old girl

A vigilante group which says it helped snare a Burton paedophile attempting to meet an 11-year-old girl to engage in sexual activity claims its actions have led to 28 arrests in just four months. Read the full story here...

Among the sexually explicit pictures Martin Rhodes sent her photos with his tongue sticking out
Among the sexually explicit pictures Martin Rhodes sent her photos with his tongue sticking out (Image: Keeping Kids Safe)

Accident on the A444 leads to traffic build up

A accident between a tractor and a Ford Fiesta led to delays for motorists travelling in and out of Burton.

More to follow.

Travellers leave Branston Golf and County Club car park

The travellers who were camping on Branston Golf and County Club car park have left after being threatened by a court order by staff.

Management at the venue say they have increased security on the gates of the premises and warn any other trespassers that they are unwelcome on the site.

Staff say the travellers have left a “mess” which they are cleaning at this moment in time.

Burton supermarket gets the worst possible food hygiene rating

The supermarket on Uxbridge Street has made changes since the inspection
The supermarket on Uxbridge Street has made changes since the inspection

Janosik Groceries in Uxbridge Street received a rating of zero in May.

Read the full story here...

Woodville man creating support for Derek Acorah

Mart Cooper, right, has designed the official posters in support of Derek Acorah
Mart Cooper, right, has designed the official posters in support of Derek Acorah (Image: Mart Cooper)

Woodville man, Mart Cooper, is supporting his friend and psychic medium Derek Acorah as he enters the Celebrity Big Brother house.

Read all about how Mart is helping support the cause.

Incredible line-up of pop acts appearing near us soon

Back to the 80s and 90s Festival will welcome a host of stars
Back to the 80s and 90s Festival will welcome a host of stars

Big name bands of pop from the 80s and 90s are appearing near us for a trip down memory lane. Prepare for the Back to the 80s and 90s Festival!

Read the full incredible line-up here.

Complaints watchdog looks into death of man following armed robbery at Ashby Co-op

A police watchdog has begun a formal investigation into the death of a man suspected of being involved in an armed robbery who died two days after he was detained by members of the public.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has confirmed it is to conduct an inquiry into the death of Shane Bryant, who fell ill in Ashby, on Thursday, July 15.

Read the full story here.

Four members of a terrorist cell have been sentenced to life in prison

Two of the men sentenced are from Stoke-on-Trent.

Thieves who a digger to ram-raid a ATM also threw metal bar at police

The digger used to ram-raid the cash machine at Nisa in Hatton was stolen from Tutbury. One of the thieves also threw a metal bar at a police officers as they were escaping. Read the full story here.

Ram-raid on the cash point at the Nisa Store on Station Road, Hatton, using a telescopic handler.
Ram-raid on the cash point at the Nisa Store on Station Road, Hatton, using a telescopic handler.

YMCA pays tribute to Francis Lovelock who was found dead at his home in Stretton

Burton YMCA has described Francis Lovelock as a “kind and generous man” after he volunteered for the charity last year. Mr Lovelock’s death is being treated as suspicious after he was found with a “blunt” head injury at his home.

Read the full story here.

In case you missed it...

There are currently two caravans parked up in the car park
There are currently two caravans parked up in the car park

Travellers have set up camp in the car park at Branston Golf and Country Club. The group are reported to have arrived at the site at 1pm and were swiftly reported to police. There are currently two caravans parked up on the site.

A spokesperson for Branston Golf and Country Club said: “They arrived at about 1pm and we’re making every possible move to get them shifted as soon as possible. The police have been involved and we’ve blocked the entrance to anybody entering the site.”

Read the full story here...

Hatton supermarket is targeted in ram-raid as cash machine is stolen

Thieves have pulled the cash machine from the wall using a digger - the second incident in the area in two days. It is not currently known if the two incidents are linked. Read the full story here.

Ram-raid on the cash point at the Nisa Store on Station Road, Hatton, using a telescopic handler.
Ram-raid on the cash point at the Nisa Store on Station Road, Hatton, using a telescopic handler.

Temporary traffic lights are causing problems on the roads

There are delays in Overseal and Stapenhill this morning due to roadworks. Find out more here.

There are roadworks on a number of major routes in the area.
There are roadworks on a number of major routes in the area. (Image: Getty Images)

Signalling problems causing delays on the trains

Commuters heading on the trains this morning are warned to expect some delays due to signalling problems. There are delays of up to 10 minutes on the London Midland train between Lichfield Trent Valley and Lichfield City.

Some trains are being diverted through Leicester
Some trains are being diverted through Leicester (Image: Getty)

Wind, rain and sun are all heading this way

Good morning

There is set to be a bit of everything when it comes to the weather today. Read what the forecasters’ have to say here.

It's going to be a dry and sunny day today but scattered showers are predicted
It's going to be a dry and sunny day today but scattered showers are predicted (Image: Getty)