Children at a school on Anglesey are discovering a love for music - after a instruments were donated by kind-hearted musicians.
Watch: Ian Lang reports from Anglesey
Ten plastic trombones were given to a school in Llangefni and a new brass band - or should that be, plastic band - was formed.
For many parents, this was the first time they'd heard their children playing an instrument.
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North Wales police say a man who was reported missing from a care home on Anglesey has been found safe and well.
Coastguards, a helicopter, and officers on foot joined the search for 64-year-old Michael Lloyd, who went missing from Springholme residential home on Saturday morning.
North Wales Police thanked the public for their support.
Thank you all for your re-tweets, Michael Lloyd has been found REF:U000758
A major search is continuing tonight for a 64-year-old man who's gone missing from a care home on the Anglesey coast.
Coastguards, a helicopter, and officers on foot have joined the search for Michael Lloyd, who's been missing from Springholme residential home since 10.30am on Saturday morning.
Mr Lloyd is described as 5ft 11, with dark brown hair. He was wearing a navy jacket and light brown trousers.
Police in North Wales are appealing for help from the public, and said he is suffering with ill health.
They say there is a growing concern for his safety, due to the falling light, cold weather and his potentially confused state.
Anyone with any information of his whereabouts is asked to come forward.
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The A5 is closed both ways due to recovery work and an accident involving one vehicle between A55 J6 / A5114 (Llangefni / Llangristiolus) and B4422 (Rhostrehwfa).
Traffic is light at the moment but it will affect traffic heading from the A55 to and from Llangefni.
The airline which operates the Cardiff to Anglesey route has been replaced after safety concerns.
LinksAir has been the operator for the last few years, but the UK Civil Aviation Authority has now suspended the airline's safety certificate.
The Welsh Government subsidises the flight and says the service will continue as normal with a new airline.