An 82-year-old woman who went missing in Congresbury in North Somerset has been found safe and well.
Joan Ivory was last seen at her home at around 2am this morning. Police say she was traced by Avon and Somerset Search and Rescue Service.
Officers have thanked everyone for their support in the search.
Police are trying to trace an 82-year-old woman from Congresbury in North Somerset, who went missing early this morning, 20 September.
Joan Ivory, who suffers from dementia and other health issues, was last seen at her home in Silverstone Way, at 1.50am today.
She’s 5ft 2ins, with short white hair and is wearing pink and white pyjamas. Officers don’t believe she’s wearing anything on her feet.
They think she’ll still be in the area and are asking for any sightings to be reported immediately to 999, quoting reference number 54 of 20 September.
A wedding venue in North Somerset has been fined £25,000 after 46 guests at a reception were poisoned by the pate starter - including one who was hospitalised.
More than half the guests were taken ill after consuming the duck liver paste at Mendip Spring Golf and Country Club in Congresbury.
Two of the victims suffered diarrhoea for 10 days and one unlucky diner was admitted to hospital.
Magistrates at North Somerset Courthouse in Weston-super-Mare heard how the pate was served as a starter at the wedding in April.
After the guests complained, a check by food safety officers found harmful bacteria in another batch of duck liver pate, which was on the menu as a special.
The venue's director Ian Harrison, 53, pleaded guilty to three counts of contravening food hygiene regulations concerning staff training, failing to recognise food preparation hazards and failing to prove compliant with such hazards.