He became famous after he dissapeared from his care home in Hove so he could attend
D day memorial events in France. Now, 90 year old Bernard Jordan has been given an Older People's Award for bravery throughout his life. He was given the award by the charity Impact Initiatives.
He went on the run from his care home in Sussex and sparked a police alert. But Normandy veteran Bernard Jordan has now arrived back home in Hove - to a hero's welcome. He'd made his own way to the D-Day commemorations after missing an official trip across the Channel.
This report by David Johns, which starts with flash photography, features Bernard Jordan describing his trip.
Bernard Jordan, who went missing from his Sussex care home, was mayor of Hove in the mid-90s. This is a very shot clip of our footage.
Fred was joined at Southwick House by David Eisenhower grandson of Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Sangeeta went down to the beaches to meet two very special men - now both in their 90s and living in Kent. Both were brothers in arms, serving on board the same warship on D-Day.
Video: a round-up of the best pictures from Normandy.
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A memorial service has been taking place in Southsea to mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day. Hundreds of people gathered around the D-Day stone to sing hymns and pray. Among them were veterans, their relatives, and children from nearby schools. Richard Jones reports.