Airport staff in Bristol are hoping to track down the family of a teddy found at the airport 18 months ago. They've traced the bear to Dora and Glyn Baker from Abergavenny, but they've not been able to find any living relatives.
A teddy that was abandoned at Bristol Airport in February last year was once owned by a family from Abergavenny in South Wales.
The discovery attracted a lot of interest all around the world, with historians and toy makers all coming forward with help.
The airport says the bear - which was in a carrier bag with a photo of two children dated 1918 - belonged to Dora and Glyn Baker from Abergavenny but they haven't been able to find any living relatives.
Staff had called the bear Glyn but, since the discovery, have now renamed it "Bristol Bear".
Airport staff in Bristol are looking for the owner of a teddy bear abandoned in the departure lounge eighteen months ago.
The toy is thought to be around a hundred years old.
It was found in a bag along with a black and white postcard dating from 1918. The dedication on the back - from two children named Dora and Glyn - raising the possibility of a Welsh link to the current-day owner.