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BBC Death in Paradise episode 7 sees Florence return and guest star with very famous parents

Death in Paradise is back for another episode – and tonight it’s something fans have been waiting for. For episode 8, the team find themselves split between Saint Marie and the island of Saint Auguste as they investigate the mysterious death of a British tourist who is found dead in a hotel swimming pool. But the bigger deal on the BBC show tonight (Sunday, March 17) will be the return of Neville’s (Ralf Little) unrequited love, DS Florence Cassell (Josephine Jobert). The last time we saw her was in episode four of Death in Paradise series 11. She had been pretending to be an au pair on a dangerous undercover mission to Jamaica to gain the trust of Miranda Priestley, who was suspected of running a massive criminal operation in the Caribbean. In a twist, Miranda had business on Saint Marie and when her business associate died on the island, Neville and the team stepped in to investigate. Read moreReal life of BBC Beyond Paradise star Kris Marshall – from horrific injuries to arrest by police Florence started closely following Miranda, eventually uncovering damning evidence that Miranda killed her own mother. Miranda caught Florence with the evidence and took her to the middle of nowhere to shoot her dead – but she subsequently pulled a firearm out at the last moment and shot Miranda in the arm. Following the mission, Florence decided that Saint Marie held too many bad memories and she left the island. But before leaving, Florence told a devastated Neville she just wanted to be friends. She’s suddenly out of witness protection and hoping for a reunion with Neville. But will they get a chance to sit down and talk before he heads off travelling? And will they get together? Guest star with very famous parents Will Hislop will be joining the cast as Barney Keats – a friend of Cressida’s who accompanies her on her holiday. You might recognise him from his recent role in Netflix hit One Day. Will stars as Toby Moray in the series retelling of the Dave Nicholls’ novel of the same name, which follows the lives of two university students who become inextricably linked over the course of 20 years. But if you don’t recognise Will, you will definitely have heard of his parents. Will, who is also a writer and stand-up comedian, is the son of Private Eye editor Ian Hislop and his wife Victoria. As well as his work in journalism, Ian has been a team captain on the BBC satirical quiz show Have I Got News for You since its inception in 1990. Will’s mum Victoria is a successful author, known for works including The Island, which was a number-one bestseller in Britain and was turned into a TV series by the Greek TV channel MEGA. Comedy legend guest star Danny John-Jules is reprising his role as policeman Dwayne Myers. He appeared in the BBC series from its start until 2018, before returning as a guest star for the Christmas Special in 2021. Viewers will recognise him from his role in the long-running comedy Red Dwarf. He is best known for playing Cat in the sci-fi comedy series. But he is also known for roles as Barrington in the comic children’s series Maid Marian and Her Merry Men and Lenny Bicknall in CBBC children’s spy drama M.I. High. Danny is married to Petula Langlais and the couple have two children, both of whom have had minor acting roles alongside their father. He also has a famous nephew, Arsenal footballer Tyreece John-Jules. Full cast list for episode 8 DI Neville Parker – Ralf Little Commissioner Selwyn Patterson – Don Warrington DS Naomi Thomas – Shantol Jackson Officer Dwayne Myers – Danny John-Jules Officer Darlene Curtis – Ginny Holder Catherine Bordey – Elizabeth Bourgine Cressida Dempsey – Django Chan-Reeves Barney Keats – Will Hislop Hugo Kingsley – Tyrone Huntley Detective Sergeant Florence Cassell – Josephine Jobert Abigail Warner – Eve Ponsonby Amelia Templeton – Emma Sidi When does Death in Paradise air tonight? The episode returns in its normal slot tonight, from 9pm to 10pm on BBC One. Viewers can also catch the episode live on BBC iPayer, where they can also catch up on previous episodes.

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Ian Wright rips into Darwin Nunez after Man Utd beat Liverpool

Darwin Nunez has faced criticism from Arsenal legend Ian Wright (Picture: AP) Arsenal legend Ian Wright ripped into Darwin Nunez following Liverpool’s FA Cup quarter-final defeat to arch rivals Manchester United on Sunday. Liverpool found themselves 2-1 ahead at half-time and 3-2 ahead in extra-time but a late capitulation saw them lose to Erik ten Hag’s side at Old Trafford. Marcus Rashford’s 112th minute goal levelled it up at 3-3 before Aman Diallo struck in added time to avoid a penalty shootout and secure a semi-final spot. Wright was left particularly unimpressed with Liverpool star Nunez for Rashford’s goal in extra-time in his analysis for ITV. ‘You have to look at Darwin Nunez there,’ Wright said when watching back Rashford’s strike as he criticised Liverpool’s defending. ‘What are you doing there? The thing is, he’s got the capability to play it to the left-back. You don’t put it back into that area. You just don’t do that.’ Quizzed about Diallo’s winner, Wright added: ‘You could tell Amad has got everything out of it. It’s not a clean strike but it’s perfect.’ Man Utd scored in the 121st minute to knock out Liverpool (Picture: Getty) More TrendingMan Utd suffer another devastating injury blow ahead of Liverpool clashMan Utd, Chelsea and Man City learn fates as FA Cup semi-final draw is madeManchester United pay off £120m of debt using Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s cash injectionNewcastle to lower the fee Man Utd must pay for Dan Ashworth on one conditionRead More Stories Diallo, meanwhile, was left delighted with his extra-time winner and said: ‘Dream come true. That goal will give me a lot of confidence and I want to continue like this. I’m very happy. The most important thing is to win this game. ‘I wanted to give it back to Garnacho but I saw the defender and I had to go on my own. ‘It is unbelievable, it is a dream for me to score the last goal for Manchester United. I want to say thanks to the supporters. It is one of the best games of the season so we want to continue like this.’ Manchester United news, exclusives and analysisSign upPrivacy PolicyThis site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

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I’m a fitness trainer — try these 5 exercises to target belly fat

This routine will rock you to your core. The director of an online boxing equipment retailer is sharing five exercises he claims will target belly fat and sculpt abs — planks with shoulder taps; dead bugs; bicycle crunches; hollow body holds; and mountain climbers. Leon Bolmeer, boxing trainer and director of UK-based Geezers Boxing, told Gloucestershire Live that these moves should be performed in three sets of 10 to 15 repetitions, two or three times a week, with at least one rest day in between. “Consistency is key,” Bolmeer said last week. “Stick to this plan and you’ll start to see and feel the difference in your core strength and definition.” Plank with shoulder taps “Start in a high plank position, with your forearms on the ground, and your elbows stacked under your shoulders, with your body forming a straight line from head to heels,” Bolmeer explained. “Engage your core and tap one shoulder with your opposite hand, then return to the plank position. Repeat, alternating sides for the desired reps.” Men’s Health notes that this exercise enhances core and shoulder stability, posture, and flexibility while testing balance and control. The outlet advises not allowing your body to twist, shift or lean, keeping your shoulders and hips square to the ground, and performing the movement at a moderate pace. Dead bug Start this low-impact pelvic stability exercise by laying on your back with your knees bent and your toes pointed up. Raise both arms toward the ceiling. Extend your right leg in front of you and your left arm behind you at the same time. “Then, slowly lower your extended arm and leg towards the floor, but don’t let your lower back arch,” Bolmeer told Gloucestershire Live. “Maintain core engagement throughout the movement and return to your starting position and repeat with the opposite arm and leg.” Yorkville Sports Medicine Clinic in Toronto recommends keeping your spine in a fixed position throughout the movement, remembering to breathe, and exploring modifications to the exercise based on skill level. Bicycle crunches Lay on your back with your knees bent, your feet flat on the floor, and your hands behind your head but don’t interlock your fingers. Lift your head and shoulders off the ground and rotate your torso as you bring one elbow towards the opposite knee. Extend the other leg long. “Switch sides in a continuous motion, mimicking a pedaling action,” Bolmeer said. Writing for Today.com, weight loss coach Stephanie Mansour argued that the bicycle crunch — intended to boost stability, coordination, and flexibility — is more beneficial than the standard crunch because it works the internal and external oblique abdominal muscles. Hollow body hold Lay on your back with your legs together and your arms extended behind your head. “Engage your core to lift your shoulders and legs slightly off the ground, forming a slight ‘C’ shape with your body,” Bolmeer told Gloucestershire Live. “Hold this position for as long as you can maintain proper form, aiming to improve your hold time over time.” Celebrity trainer Don Saladino grunted and shook as he demonstrated the move on Instagram in 2018. Mountain climbers Start in the high plank position — your hands should be under your shoulders and your shoulders should be over your wrists. Alternate bringing one knee to your chest and back out again to the plank position. Bicycling magazine has five variations of the exercise that the outlet promises will “smoke your abs.” But an obesity researcher recently contended that you can’t use exercise, diets, pills, and supplements to try to slim certain body parts. “Spot reduction is a myth — we can’t control where our bodies lose fat,” Dr. Nick Fuller of the University of Sydney in Australia wrote for the Conversation last fall. “But we can achieve the results we’re seeking in specific areas by targeting overall fat loss.”

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Jurgen Klopp storms out of interview after Liverpool lose at Man Utd over ‘dumb question’

Jurgen Klopp was left irate with one reporter after Man Utd vs Liverpool (Photo: Twitter) A furious Jurgen Klopp stormed off after being asked a ‘dumb question’ following Liverpool’s FA Cup defeat at Manchester United. Liverpool’s dreams of winning a quadruple were ended on Sunday at the hands of their arch-rivals after Amad Diallo scored the winner in 121st minute. For the most part, the Reds did not look their usual self, with Klopp bemoaning that the amount of games his side have played this season had finally taken its toll at Old Trafford. The manager himself was clearly exhausted and that perhaps explains why he was irate with one particular reporter post-match. Speaking to Norwegian television channel VSport1, Klopp was asked by the interviewer: ‘Normally intensity is the name of your game, so how come it became so difficult in extra time?’ With a bemused look on his face, the German snapped back: ‘Bit of a dumb question I feel… ‘We have played, I don’t know how many games recently. I don’t know how many games United have exactly played. klopp just walked out of his interview with scandinavian tv in a huff pic.twitter.com/4ZwmBfDQPb— Richard Williams (@RichALWilliams) March 17, 2024 ‘That’s sport. I’m really disappointed with that question, but you thought, obviously, it’s good.’ The reporter replied: ‘So, too many games,’ but Klopp had had enough, patting him on the shoulder and forcing his way past him. As he walked away, he said: ‘Come on, you are obviously not in a great shape and I have no nerves for you.’ More TrendingMan Utd suffer another devastating injury blow ahead of Liverpool clashManchester United pay off £120m of debt using Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s cash injectionMan Utd, Chelsea and Man City learn fates as FA Cup semi-final draw is madeNewcastle to lower the fee Man Utd must pay for Dan Ashworth on one conditionRead More Stories It is hardly the first time Klopp has had a frosty encounter with the media. Only last week he appeared to aim a dig at Sky Sports’ hiring of ex-referee Mike Dean following Liverpool’s draw with Manchester City. He sarcastically said: ‘Again, you will find people… don’t you employ Mike Dean, is he working for Sky? ‘Congratulations, that’s a great appointment by the way. He will find something and all the others as well.’ For more stories like this, check our sport page. Follow Metro Sport for the latest news on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Manchester United news, exclusives and analysisSign upPrivacy PolicyThis site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

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First day of spring is March 19: Here’s the science behind the vernal equinox

Spring officially begins in the Northern Hemisphere on March 19 with the vernal equinox as the entire world experiences an equal amount of daylight and darkness. For ease of recordkeeping, meteorologists and climatologists consider March 1 the first day of spring, but astronomically speaking, the Earth’s equator is aligned directly with the sun on the vernal equinox. In 2024, that occurs March 19 at 11:06 p.m. EDT. Astronomical seasons are based on the position of the Earth with respect to the Sun as the planet makes its annual revolution around the closest star. The Earth is tilted approximately 23.5 degrees off a vertical axis, and because of this tilt, the most direct sunlight is aimed at the Southern Hemisphere during our astronomical winter and at the Northern Hemisphere during our astronomical summer. The two solstices and two equinoxes are simply precise moments in time when the Sun is in direct alignment with three distinct bands of latitude. Their dates can vary by a day or two each year since it takes the Earth 365 days and 6 hours (365.25 days) to make one full revolution around the Sun, which is why we have a leap year every four years. On the winter solstice in December, the Sun’s most direct rays are positioned over the Tropic of Capricorn (23.5 degrees south latitude). On June’s summer solstice, the most direct rays of sunlight are in alignment with the Tropic of Cancer (23.5 degrees north latitude). On the vernal equinox in March and the autumnal equinox in September, the equator (0 degrees latitude) is aligned directly with the Sun. Therefore, everywhere on Earth experiences an equal 12 hours of daylight and darkness because the Sun rises due east and sets due west. In the summer, the Sun rises in the northeastern sky and sets in the northwestern sky, providing long days and short nights. The Sun reaches its highest and northernmost point in the sky at solar noon (around 1 p.m. local time due to daylight saving time) on the summer solstice. This provides the most direct solar radiation of the year, resulting in more heating of the Earth’s surface and, therefore, warmer temperatures. In the winter, the sunrise is in the southeastern sky and the sunset is in the southwestern sky – a much shorter path across the Northern Hemisphere sky – so days are short and nights are long. The solar-noon Sun angle is the lowest and farthest south in the sky on the winter solstice. This means we have the least direct solar radiation of the year on the first day of winter, resulting in colder temperatures because there’s less heating of the Earth’s surface. Interestingly, Earth’s orbit around the Sun is elliptical (not perfectly circular), so it’s actually closest to the Sun in January (perihelion) during the Northern Hemisphere winter and farthest from the Sun in July (aphelion) during the Northern Hemisphere summer.

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Florida’s Micah Handlogten suffers gruesome injury, stretchered off court

Florida Gators center Micah Handlogten was involved in a scary moment during the SEC Conference Tournament final on Sunday against the Auburn Tigers. In the opening minutes of the game, Handlogten was going for a rebound but he came down awkwardly on his leg. He was stretchered off the floor and a team spokesman later said he suffered a broken leg and was taken to a hospital for further tests. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Handlogten had two rebounds in two minutes of play. The sound of his bone breaking was apparently heard on television and blood was visible on the back of his calf, according to The Associated Press. The 7-foot-1 sophomore transferred to Florida from Marshall after the 2022-23 season. He was averaging 5.5 points and 7.1 rebounds this season as the Gators pushed to get into the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. He wasn’t contributing too much in the scoring department, but had a knack for the rebound. He had 14 total rebounds in the three SEC Tournament games before going up against Auburn in the final. AKRON HEADS TO NCAA TOURNAMENT THANKS TO BRUTAL KENT STATE FOUL IN FINAL SECONDS Auburn would later wrap up the win and the automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament, 86-67. Auburn’s Johni Broome led the way with 19 points and 11 rebounds. Guard Denver Jones added 11 points. Gators guard Zayin Pullin led the team with 15 points and two assists. Florida’s Thomas Haugh had 11 points and four rebounds off the bench. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Florida now has to wait to see whether the committee will include them in the field of 68. The Associated Press contributed to this report. Follow Fox News Digital’s sports coverage on X and subscribe to the Fox News Sports Huddle newsletter.

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Halton Police crack down on illegal vehicle modifications and reckless driving

Halton Police issued substantial fines and penalties to two drivers yesterday in Burlington. On March 16, at approximately 1 p.m., a driver on Plains Road and Shadeland Avenue was issued fines totalling $800 for various illegal vehicle modifications. Police claim the driver was found to have illegally tinted windows, tinted/smoked plate covers, excessive noise, and was missing emission control equipment, specifically a catalytic converter. Another driver was stopped on Walkers Line at Palladium Way on the same day at 3 p.m. after they were clocked at a speed of 129 km/h in a posted 60 km/h zone. The driver, identified as a 73-year-old Burlington resident, is now facing charges for stunt driving and has had their vehicle impounded, in addition to a suspension of their driver’s license. Halton Police say there is no excuse for such extreme speed.

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‘International Roots ‘n’ Blues Kitchen Party’ starts spring tour in Oakville

Ontario music lovers, get ready for an evening of Roots ‘n’ Blues this Spring! The trio will be touring across the province with their first show set for next week in Oakville. Multi-award-winning artists Suzie Vinnick and Charlie A’Court from Canada will be joining forces with Australian musician Lloyd Spiegel for an unforgettable night of soulful melodies and electrifying performances. Following the success of their self-titled album, which recently received a nomination for blues album of the year at the 2024 East Coast Music Awards, the trio is eager to bring their blend of talent and camaraderie to Ontario audiences. From Whitehorse, Yukon to St. John’s, Newfoundland, they wowed crowds with 26 shows last year, and now they’re ready to do it all over again. “The album is far more than simply a guitar player’s album, which it easily could have been. These people are grand writers and singers too, and that really makes the collection strong,” says Canadian journalist Bob Mersereau. Bringing their talents together onstage, Vinnick, A’Court, and Spiegel ensure an evening imbued with the cozy ambiance and infectious energy found among musical friends gathered at home (think: a kitchen party). Their blend of music, storytelling, and camaraderie fosters an atmosphere that captivates, inviting audiences to immerse themselves in the jubilant camaraderie and vibrant entertainment of shared moments. Charlie A’Court, with his soulful voice and fierce guitar work, brings a contemporary flair to the stage, while Lloyd Spiegel’s jaw-dropping guitar chops and commanding presence have earned him the title of an “Oz Roots & Blues Icon.” Suzie Vinnick rounds out the trio with her prodigious guitar and bass skills, complementing her voice described as “spun gold and honey.” Experience the sheer magic of the “International Roots ‘n’ Blues Kitchen Party” as it makes its way to Ontario this Spring. With a staggering 60 international awards in roots and blues between them, this trio promises an unforgettable evening of music, stories, and laughter. Tour Dates March 25, 2024 – Oakville, ON – Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts April 2, 2024 – Toronto, ON – Hugh’s Room Live Wednesday, April 3, 2024 – Kingston, ON – Grand Theatre Thursday, April 4, 2024 – Orillia, ON – Orillia Opera House Friday, Apri 5, 2024 – Guelph, ON – River Run Centre Saturday, April 6, 2024 – London, ON – Aeolian Hall

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Timothée Chalamet embodies Bob Dylan as he’s seen for the first time on set for singer’s big screen…

Timothée Chalamet kept it casual as he stepped out in a gambler hat and fingerless gloves to portray Bob Dylan while filming the singer-songwriter’s biopic. The Beautiful Boy actor, 28, embodied the music legend as he was seen carrying a guitar for filming in New York City on Sunday. Timothee was seen beside a vintage car for the shoot, for which he was dressed in baggy blue jeans, a tartan shirt and a khaki wool-collared jacket. His look was finished off with a brown and dark orange knitted scarf, a cord fabric gamblers hat and scuffed brown leather boots. The star learned to play the guitar for his role in Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me by Your Name, based on the novel of the same name by André Aciman. Timothee has been taking more lessons following news of his casting as the legendary Bob in the upcoming James Mangold-directed biopic. While filming on Sunday, Timothee was surrounded by large numbers of crew as they tried to catch a scene of him as Bob. The film will reportedly focus on the folk singer’s explosively controversial decision to go electric in 1965. In a recent interview with GQ, the boyfriend of Kylie Jenner revealed that he has been readying himself for the biopic with help from the team who coached Austin Butler for Elvis. ‘I’ve basically been working with his entire Elvis team for my Dylan prep,’ Timothee dished. ‘There’s a wonderful dialect coach named Tim Monich. Vocal coach named Erich Vetro. Movement coach named Polly Bennett.’ In a tip of the hat to Austin’s performance as Elvis, he added: ‘I just saw the way he committed to it all – and realised I needed to step it up.’ His upcoming Bob Dylan film, entitled A Complete Unknown, is directed by James Mangold, whose filmography includes the Johnny Cash biopic Walk The Line. Benedict Cumberbatch features as the Stalinist folk singer Pete Seeger, with Boyd Holbrook as Johnny Cash and Monica Barbaro as Joan Baez. Elle Fanning will be delivering a turn as Timothee’s love interest, with PJ Byrne in a supporting role as the legendary music manager Harold Leventhal. In 2022, the actor told Variety that he hasn’t ‘stopped preparing’ since landing the role, which he called ‘one of the greatest gifts’ of his career. ‘It’s been a wonderful experience getting to dive into that world, whether we get to make it or not,’ he continued. ‘But without giving anything away — because I don’t want to beat anyone to the punch, and obviously things have to come together officially — the winds that are blowing are blowing in a very positive direction.’ In July, Timothee was seen with two coaches for the Bob Dylan film – rock ‘n’ roll movement coach Polly Bennett and dialect coach Tim Monich. Polly worked with Austin Butler in Elvis and Rami Malek in Bohemian Rhapsody and in No Time To Die. Tim most recently worked with the case of Killers of the Flower Moon, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro. He will most likely work with Timothée on mimicking Bob Dylan’s unique voice and way of speaking. The New York native most recently showed off his singing voice in the movie musical Wonka, released in December.

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Woman who had to close her cafe after neighbours complained about the smell of bacon and clinking…

A woman who had to close her cafe after neighbours complained about the smell of bacon and the clinking of teacups plans to reopen it – on the other side of the carpark. Emma Ayles, 47, hopes that repositioning her cafe will take it out of the earshot and nostrils of complainants. Officials ordered Emma to shut the Caddy Shack cafe in Weymouth, Dorset in December due to the ‘unacceptable harm’ it caused to the neighbours. Objectors claimed the ‘smell of bacon’ and ‘hearing teaspoons and teacups’ was ruining their standard of living when she applied to make the cafe a permanent fixture. Dorset Council rejected Emma’s bid for retrospective planning permission in February last year and her appeal was also thrown out. The Caddy Shack cafe, which is in a converted shipping container, had been a popular addition to Weymouth and Portland Rugby Club’s carpark since it opened in April 2022. The married mum-of-two has now submitted a new planning application for the cafe which will see it moved 100m away from the houses. Emma said: ‘Before it was 24 metres away from the neighbours but now it will be nearly to 100 metres, so they shouldn’t be able to smell bacon or hear teacups clinking.’ She already has the backing of Weymouth Town Council who voted to support her plans but they must now be approved by Dorset Council. Emma said she hoped ‘common sense would prevail’ and officials will approve the new location and support a local business. She has also started a Change.Org petition to save The Caddy Shack which has received over 4,000 signatures in a month. She said: ‘It’s been really heart-warming and lovely to see the support (from the petition). ‘The plan is to put the shack completely on the other side of the car park. ‘I am hopeful that this time the council will be on my side as two of the three complaints said they wanted the shack moved to the other side of the car park. ‘That’s what we are proposing and it was only the ringleader who was against the whole thing. ‘I am hopeful that they will approve it but I’ve learnt from my experience so far that anything can happen.’ After closing the cafe in December, resulting in eight people being made redundant, Emma described the stress she had endured over the petty row. She said: ‘It’s been a constant battle, and so stressful. ‘The whole thing is so ridiculous that I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. ‘To complain about the smell of bacon is ridiculous. And 90 per cent of the time the wind blows the other way from that house. ‘What do they want us to do, use chocolate teacups so there is no sound? ‘The council should be supporting small businesses yet they have given in to the ridiculous complaints of three residents. In backing Emma’s plans, councillor Tim Young said: ‘I would like to support it. It was a very popular resource, it wold be a shame if it didn’t come back. They have moved it back a bit, that would seem to solve the problem.’ The decision to force the cafe to shut in December was slammed by people on social media. Kati Eastwood posted: ‘The sound of tea spoons and smell of bacon… that must have been absolutely horrendous for the residents. They should be thoroughly ashamed of themselves.’ Jon Fells added: ‘This is just behind my house. They cause absolutely no problem whatsoever. ‘I’ve visited on a number of occasions for food and drink. ‘What an absolute shame that someone feels the need to empower themselves by getting this great little establishment shut down. So sad!’ Anthony Goss, chairman of Weymouth and Portland RFC also said: ‘We’re disappointed with the judgement, and the impact it will bring to the local area, not just from players and their families, but to the community. ‘It’s very sad for a small business making its way in a tough climate and sad for the staff. ‘The support from people has been unbelievable. A huge thanks to all the customers for making the place what it is.’ MailOnline has contacted Dorset Council for comment.

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