Employees at Marwell Zoo in Hampshire help the zoo prepare to launch 'Supersized', a Lego exhibition of toy brick creatures, ahead of it's reopening to the public from Monday June 29, as further coronavirus lockdown restrictions are lifted in England.Interview with commercial director Sean Mannie.
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Is this the best evidence yet that the loch Ness monster exists? Steve Challice, from Southampton, says he was at Loch Ness in Scotland last year. He saw a “disturbance” in the water & managed to quickly take photographs. One pictures shows an unidentified creature surfacing as it swims. However, Steve insists he is not claiming to have seen the mythical 'Nessie'. He tells UK media agency 'Cover Images': “it's very large, as the bit you can see must be at least 8-foot-long, and who can tell what amount is below the surface.In my opinion (and I'm no expert) I think it's a large fish that got into the loch from the sea."
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Ralph Hasenhuttl had no hesitation extending his contract at Southampton – a club that not only matches his ambitions but have proven themselves to be “something special” during dark times. As the Premier League edges towards a resumption, the Saints received a welcome shot in the arm as the 52-year-old agreed a new and improved four-year deal at the club.
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