A blind D-Day veteran is set to receive some replacement medals after his original ones went missing at a motorway service station.
Alfred Barlow's story went viral last month when he made an appeal on ITV News for his Second World War medals to be returned.
The 96-year-old lost them almost a month ago at Norton Canes Services on the M6 Toll near Walsall. He was returning home from a pilgrimage to Normandy at the time.
It left him absolutely distraught.
ITV News Central's coverage was noticed by actor Hugh Grant, who then decided to offer a £1,000 reward for the medals to be returned:
Charity Blind Veterans UK has been collating a reward fund for Mr Barlow to be reunited with his medals, which has now reached more than £10,000.
Crimestoppers has also put up a £5,000 reward for the lost four medals, which are:
The 1939-1945 Star
The France & Germany Star
The 1939-1945 War Medal
The Palestine Medal
The Second World War veteran has been overwhelmed with pledges of support.
He will receive the replacement medals at Hampton Court on Wednesday.
Watch our report from 22 June when we went to meet Alfred: