A man who grew up in Malvern has described the terror of finding himself a few yards away from the scene of Saturday night's van and knife attack in London.
Harry Arnold-Harris was drinking in a pub, the Sheaf in Borough Market, when it became clear something was happening on the streets outside.
He says the first sign that something was wrong was when the bouncer on the door of the pub refused to let people out.
About 20, 30 people came running through a side door of the pub and we were all ushered out the back. They were screaming, quite distressed.. and we started hearing gunshots at that point... About 15, 20 minutes later, that's when it gets a bit scary again 'cos they start making you run down the road away from the scene."