A Denbighshire pensioner who was once told he had "6 weeks to live" is celebrating 30 years this weekend since benefitting from one of the first ever heart transplants.
Eddie Tierney had the operation at Harefield Hospital on the 23rd March 1984, after which doctors told him he could expect to live for another five years.
Ian Lang went to meet him.
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