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Concern for welfare of missing 69-year-old Winder man

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Police are concerned for the welfare of 69-year-old David Shore, missing from Winder.

He was last seen by a friend at band practice in Egremont, on Monday 19 September, at around 7.00pm. His family and friends have not heard from him since.

​He is approximately 6'0", medium build and has short white hair.

It's believed David is in the Copeland area and may be driving a silver Skoda Yeti registration PX14 MYA .

​​​​​​​​​​​​If anyone knows of his current whereabouts or has seen him, or anyone matching his description, please contact Cumbria police on 101.

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Brick collection brings national award hopes to Jedburgh man

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A Jedburgh man's brick collection - which documents the history of brick-making in Scotland - has landed him a nomination for a national award.

Mark Cranston started his collection nearly five years ago.

He's one of three nominees in the Investigating and Recording category of the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards.

You just want that next brick that you haven't got and the thing is with brick collecting, there wasn't a list originally so I don't know which bricks actually exist. So we only find new bricks when we go out looking for them and we realise that they're not on a list or referred to anywhere or recorded anywhere else."

– Mark Cranston, Scottish Heritage Angel Award Nominee

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Cockermouth's cricket star Ben Stokes says town is a 'main part' of his book

Ben Stokes meets fans at book signing at The New Bookshop in Cockermouth Credit: ITV Border

Cumbrian cricket star Ben Stokes was back in his hometown of Cockermouth to sign copies of his autobiography, Firestarter.

The England all-rounder posed for photos and signed autographs at The New Bookshop on Main Street. Ben grew up in the town and played for Cockermouth Cricket Club.

He remarked on the changes to the town since it was hit by flooding in December and he also told ITV Border's Hannah McNulty there's plenty of stories about his time living there in the book:

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