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Legendary children’s performer Bernard Cribbins, of the Wombles of Wimbledon and the Railway Children, has died aged 93.

The beloved actor was born in Oldham in 1928 and after appearing on stage, he found fame in film and TV, becoming widely known as the narrator of The Wombles and a long-time host on Jackanory.

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