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Wales' first 'Man Van' celebrates one year on the road

The 'Man Van' has visited more than 100 locations in Wales and travelled over 11,000 miles. Credit: Tenovus Cancer Care

Wales' first 'Man Van' celebrates one year on the road this month. The van is a 38ft converted motorhome that travels across the country offering appointments for men with cancer specialists and counselling for them and their families.

Since April last year, the 'Man Van' has had more than 3,000 visitors and has helped more than 160 men who have been diagnosed with cancer.

Welshmen among those reported missing following Nepal earthquake

Two men from Wales is among those who have been reported missing following the earthquake that hit Nepal on Saturday.

Rescue teams are continuing to search for survivors after yesterday's devastating earthquake Credit: PA

57-year-old Huw Alexander Lashmar, has been listed as missing on a website set-up to help find those in the affected area.

According to the website, Huw Alexander Lashmar was last seen on Saturday in the city of Kathmandu looking for somewhere to have dinner.

Another man's name - Jason Russel from Wrexham appears on another list on a different website.

50-year-old Aidrian Summers also from Wales had been reported missing but ITV Wales understands he has made contact with the company he works for in London.

A third welshman Raymond Williams was also feared to be caught up, but has indicated on the website he is safe.

Rescue efforts in Nepal are continuing after the deadly earthquake killed more than 2,000 people - the country's worst earthquake disaster in more than 80 years.

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