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Remembrance Sunday on a Lake District mountain

A service was held at the top of Great Gable in the Lake District to mark Remembrance Sunday.

At the top of the mountain is a plaque commemorating the members of the Fell & Rock Climbing Club who died in the First World War. It was initially installed in 1924 and then replaced in 2013.

Walkers and climbers commemorate Remembrance Sunday at the top of Great Gable. Credit: Chris Himsworth

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A man's best friend: Jasper and Adam are reunited

It has been a social media campaign involving hundreds of thousands of people. One man's search for his lost dog captivated online users - on Twitter the hashtag #findjasper was used by people from all over the world.

It's a happy ending because Jasper the Border Collie has been found, three days after getting lost during a walk on Scafell Pike in the Lake District. Hannah McNulty met up with the very tired Jasper and his very happy owner.

'I had a lump in my throat, I couldn't stop crying'

Jasper went missing on the 2nd November. Credit: ITV Border
Adam says Jasper is physically and mentally tired but is doing well. Credit: ITV Border

Adam Nolan, owner of Border Collie 'Jasper', has said he 'couldn't stop crying' after finding Jasper following a three day search.

He says that Jasper is 'very tired' but is doing fine.

Jasper the Border Collie was found in the early hours of this morning near Scafell Pike by a member of the public who'd gone looking for him. An appeal by his owner Adam Nolan on social media went viral when 250,000 people shared his photo.

£16,000 has already been raised for Wasdale Mountain Rescue, who managed to bring Jasper safely off the mountain.

Mountain Rescue Team helped find Jasper

The team helped find Jasper around 3am. Credit: Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team

Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team have confirmed they were involved in securing the return of a lost Border Collie, Jasper.

Jasper went missing on 2nd November at Scafell Pike. His owner, Adam Nolan, put out an appeal to find him which went viral on social media. Many people offered their support and volunteered to help in the search.

"The team are pleased to announce that we have been involved in the successful rescue of Jasper! We were called out at 03:00 to reports that a member of the public had found Jasper. The team responded and recovered Jasper back to the valley to meet Adam! Adam has kindly set up a Just Giving page to help raise funds for our new HQ!"

– Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team on Facebook
Adam was reunited with Jasper today (6th November) Credit: Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team

Lost dog found

Credit: Adam Nolan

Lost dog, Jasper, has been found after a search team went out on Scafell Pike last night (5th November).

An appeal from the owner, Adam Nolan, went viral when his Border Collie went missing on 2nd November.

It's believed 'Jasper' was found around 2.30am.

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Viral campaign reports sighting of lost dog

An appeal to find a Border Collie, that went missing at Scafell Pike, has reported a sighting of the dog.

Tens of thousands of people have offered their support on Facebook and Twitter, with many offering to help in the search.

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Owner Adam Nolan has been out searching every day since 'Jasper' went missing on the 2nd November.

In a recent Facebook post, he said 'update: confirmed sighting of BC at junction of A595 and B5344 at Gosforth. Looking promising! I'm searching area now'.

Read: Scafell Pike lost dog appeal goes viral

'Everyone thinks the Lake District is special'

The 40,000 people who live in the Lake District are being asked their views on the future of the national park.

The final five year plan will be scrutinised as part of the Lake District's bid for World Heritage status.

Katie Hunter's spent the day with business owners, locals and tourists in Bowness on Windermere finding out what they think the Lake District's priorities should be:

People's views of Lake District 'really important'

People living in the Lake District will be asked for their views on how the national park should be managed in the future.

A plan is being drawn up to look at such issues as jobs, tourism and housing. People's views will be used to form part of the bid by the Lake District to become a World Heritage Site.

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