A Fenland farming family have driven the length of the country in a tractor - in memory of their four-year-old daughter.
Mikayla Clark was given just six months to live when she was diagnosed with a brain stem tumour in October 2015. She died in April.
She and her family were supported by East Anglia's Children's Hospices during her treatment and her parents decided they wanted to give something back.
Mikayla's mum Alyson, who lives with husband Neil at Stonea near March, said a 990-mile journey from Land's End to John O'Groats seemed the perfect way to remember their little girl.
Mr and Mrs Clark drove the blue tractor - dragging a pink trailer - up to 200 miles a day for up to 10 hours. They had to keep to 30mph or slower and could not go on motorways.
The epic tractor journey has far raised more than £16,000.
It will help EACH to continue running its three hospices in the region - which cost £6m a year - as well as other support services.
Watch Stuart Leithes' report.