A memorial's been unveiled in Stockport in honour of a marine who took part in one of the most daring raids of the Second World War.
The unveiling follows a long campaign for a permanent reminder of the bravery of James Conway, one of the men who became known as the Cockleshell Heroes.
A former soldier who lost both legs and an arm in Afghanistan is taking to a canoe to help recreate one of the most daring missions of the Second World War.
Andy Reid from St Helens will row 60 miles down a river in France as part of the Cockleshell Heros reinactment.
The raid targeted German ships at the port of Bordeaux.
A video of Andy training with the team who'll be rowing in France:-