A greasy spoon cafe on a caravan site in Wales has changed its menu and made it one of the best places to eat in Britain.
It all started with a £3 pound, all day breakfast. But now The Marram Grass Cafe, housed in an old potting shed with a tin roof is a new entry in the 2016 Good Food Guide.
Carole Green went to take a look at what's on the menu:
North Wales Police are appealing for help tracing a 14 year old girl missing from the Bala area.
Melissa Bowles, originally from Wiltshire, has not been seen since around 2pm today when she left Bala Leisure Centre.
Melissa is described as around 5’5 tall with blonde hair of medium length but normally worn up.
I am appealing for anyone who has sighted Melissa, or knows of her whereabouts, to contact the police as we are concerned for her welfare.
I’d also ask Melissa herself to contact police, family or friends to let them know that she is safe and well.”
North Wales Police have issued an appeal for a missing teenager last seen in the Bala area.
Concerns for a Melissa Bowles 22/12/2000. Missing from the Bala area (Leisure Centre) Melissa is 5ft 5in,Blonde Hair http://t.co/hAoaQu0UFA
The force says 14-year-old Melissa Bowles has gone missing from Bala Leisure Centre.
She was seen wearing a purple hooded fleece, black and white baggy trousers, brown walking boots, possibly with a multi-coloured back pack.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101 and quote S130675.
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The funeral of a north Wales teen who died 15 years after receiving pioneering surgery in America will take place in Bethesda later.
Charlotte Speddy was born with a rare spinal and rib defect which stopped her lungs growing properly. Friends and family came together to raise more than £100,000 for her to travel to America for life-changing treatment.
Her grandfather Bill said she was "brilliant, she never complained."
Charlotte died on August 18th after being taken into hospital with breathing difficulties. A family service will be held at her home before a horse-drawn carriage procession through the town to Glanogwen Church.