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Cream Wars - Clotted Cream Must Be Eaten in Cornwall and Not Taken Anywhere Else

Funny story: Cream Wars - Clotted Cream Must Be Eaten in Cornwall and Not Taken Anywhere Else

An escalation in the Devon vs. Cornwall clotted cream wars was yesterday sparked off by 'Cornwall's Prince Charles's' announcement that he had won the war without a shot being fired. The pleasant but sickly Cornish Clotted Cream - made by boilin...

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Somerset drilling causes water spouts in Birmingham

Funny story: Somerset drilling causes water spouts in Birmingham

Drilling operations to unblock the drains under Somerset have caused colossal geysers to shoot out of Birmingham sewers, the outraged Mayor of Birmingham claimed today. Labour voters in Birmingham watched in disbelief as millions of gallons of posh...

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Nature Notes: new crater reported in Somerset

Funny story: Nature Notes: new crater reported in Somerset

Birds everywhere are reacting angrily to the ineptitude of humans after a bid to drain the Somerset Levels by dropping Eric Pickles from a great height failed dramatically, causing what many initially believed to be an 'extinction event'. Fortunat...

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Johnny Depp's fab new $25m 'Downton Abbey' mansion under 10ft of water in Brit floodplain disaster

Funny story: Johnny Depp's fab new $25m 'Downton Abbey' mansion under 10ft of water in Brit floodplain disaster

Somerset - The Pirates Of The Caribbean star is said to have been particularly impressed by the property's splendid river views when he first toured the Palladian pile late last year with current live-in squeeze Amber Heard. Set in 850 magnificen...

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Hosepipe ban in Somerset town of Muchelney to remain. Residents fined £1000 per week.

Funny story: Hosepipe ban in Somerset town of Muchelney to remain. Residents fined £1000 per week.

Councillors in the largely aquatic town of Muchelney in Somerset have announced that the restrictions on the use of water, including the controversial "hosepipe ban" are to remain in force for the rest of 2014. "We can't get to the offices to lift t...

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Somerset housewife denies leaving bath filling while at hairdressers

Funny story: Somerset housewife denies leaving bath filling while at hairdressers

Housewife Gloria Red-Nees has denied flooding Somerset by leaving the bath taps running while at the hairdressers. Husband, Lord Farquharse Red- Nees said "Oh yes you did" to her this morning. "I bloody well did not" said Gloria to our flooded co...

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Surfers Flock To Severn Bore

Funny story: Surfers Flock To Severn Bore

Surfers from all over the globe made their way this week to the South West of England for an annual pilgrimage. Every year the top boarders in the sport head to Bristol to be entertained by Richard Beadon, the man voted Most Boring Man in Avon and...

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The Archers 60th Anniversary Elton John Storyline Shocker

Funny story: The Archers 60th Anniversary Elton John Storyline Shocker

Richter Scale-smashing shock waves seem set to devastate Britain's favourite farming community tonight, writes Daisy Fields, Agriculture and Celebrity Infant-Trafficking Correspondent. The BBC have had devotees of long-running Radio 4 soap The Archers - set in the fictional Midlands village of Ambridge - salivating on tenterhooks for weeks in anticipation of the 60th Anniversary Episode to be b...

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Snow place like home

Funny story: Snow place like home

The small village of Loxton in Somerset has today released plans to have winter all year round in a headstrong attempt to keep the dreaded Harlequin Ladybird off there streets and away from the folds in there curtains. The Harlequin comes form As...

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Accent Crews Have 'Busiest Night Ever'

Funny story: Accent Crews Have 'Busiest Night Ever'

Accent and Emergency crews today had their 'busiest night ever' in Somerset, as homes in the worst-hit areas of the southern part of the county had to be evacuated.

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Archaeologists uncover remains of Camelot

Funny story: Archaeologists uncover remains of Camelot

A team of unbiased UK archaeologists has uncovered what seem to be the remains of a medieval castle they believe was once known as 'Camelot'.

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Bath, the New 'Bay of Pigs'

Funny story: Bath, the New 'Bay of Pigs'

The Georgian city of Bath in Somerset has just taken delivery of more than 60 pig sculptures to raise awareness of a 3,000-year-old legend, which tells how King Bladud founded the spa town. He is reputed to have discovered the healin...

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Jackson Buys House From A Wurzel

Funny story: Jackson Buys House From A Wurzel

Tito Jackson has decided to convert a farm in Somerset instead buying a house in Devon, Reg Quantrill of The Wurzels has sold Tito one of his surplus farm properties.

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