Pilot Light on Ideal W2000 boiler

Hello All
Wondered if any kind sould at there can help. I went on holiday last week and came back to find no hot water or heating. After a little faultfinding the pilot light refuses to light. I have followed the instructions on relighting it but it sounds like no gas is coming out near the pilot. Is there anything simple I can try? Maybe there's a blockage in the nozzle or something? It seems to be sparking fine but won't light up at all!
When I went away I turned the heating down to 15 degrees to come on once a day for an hour, so it wasn't turned off completely and I have not had a problem with it for as long as I have been living there (nearly a year).
Any suggestions?
Thanks!
Mark
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SOLVED!
Did a bit of poking around on t'Internet and I think I've cracked it.
Gas supply was working fine with the cooker so I was pretty sure it wasn't that. No meter or anything.
It said on the instructions to turn off the electricity supply to the boiler so to be sure I turned off all the leccy. I then scraped around the pilot light gas feed to see if it was blocked with a pin.
I had tried turning off the boiler but hadn't tried turning ALL the electricity off before so I am not sure whether it was my fiddling with the pin or the fact that I turned absolutely everything off that did the trick.
I pressed the pilot light gas thingy in and could hear gas (whereas I could not before). Took a while to spark it but it eventually caught. Turned on all the electricity again, set the heating etc and all appears to be ok.
Thanks for the help and fingers crossed!
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