A charity is being set up in memory of a seven-year-old terminally ill girl whose love for painting stones inspired thousands around the world.
Isla Tansey, from Hinckley in Leicestershire, developed the hobby before she died of a rare spine cancer.
While she could no longer walk or travel she asked people to make and hide their own painted stones for her.
Thousands took part, breaking the world record for the largest display of painted stones.
Now her parents are setting up the Islastones Foundation to support other families dealing with childhood cancers.
Visitors can come, paint stones and get help with applying for grants.
“Keeping her legacy going is really important to us,” said Isla’s mum Katherine Tansey.
Isla was diagnosed with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) in January 2018 and was given no treatment options.
She began painting stones and asked others to paint stones too, then share photos of them on social media.
From this #islastones grew and stones were found as far away as America, Australia and Antarctica.