A 93-year-old man, who fought with the South Staffordshire regiment in the D-Day landings during the Second World War, has been awarded France's highest honour.
Ray Mellors was only 18-years-old when he landed in Normandy.
75 years on, he's been presented with the Légion d'honneur.
The award recognises the service of British personnel during the Second World War.
Last year, Ray joined a remembrance tour and returned to Normandy for the first time since 1944, when he fought the invasion of Western Europe as a teenager.
Now, he spends time at a Nottinghamshire hospice twice a week.
At 93-years-old, this honour is just another story for Ray to tell, from a life with so many moving memories.