A girl from Ulverston in Cumbria has fulfilled her sister's dying wish to have her ashes scattered at the top of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Milly Pyne has reached the top of Africa's highest mountain. Her sister Alice died earlier this year after a battle with Hodgkin's lymphoma.
The baker who won the title of Lakeland Cake of the Year, Elliot Johnson, said he is thrilled to have been chosen as the winner:
A cake competition has been held in aid of a charity set up by Cumbrian teenager, Alice Pyne.
The winner of the Lakeland Cake of the Year contest was crowned at the Briery Wood Hotel in Windermere.
The charity, Alice's Escapes, gives seriously ill children holidays in the Lake District.
The 17-year-old from Ulverston made headlines around the world when she set up a 'bucket list' of things she wanted to do before she died in January 2013.
The competition was won by baker Elliot Johnson, who spent around 50 hours making his cake.
The family of Alice Pyne, the teenager who lost her battle with cancer, has welcomed their first guest to a special caravan.
It was one of Alice's dying wishes on her bucketlist to give families with seriously ill children time away with their families.
For more on Alice's escapes please visit alices-escapes.co.uk.
Alice Pyne's remarkable legacy will live on through her charity work.
Alice's Escapes was set up by Alice and her sister Milly. It is a charity run by a team of volunteers committed to providing free holidays for families with a seriously ill child.
The teenager from Ulverston worked with the Anthony Nolan Trust inspiring thousands to join the bone marrow register.
The mother of Alice Pyne - the teenager from Cumbria, who lost her fight with a cancer at the weekend has thanked the pubic for their messages of support.
Alice touched hearts far and wide with her 'bucket list' of dreams.
She was given a Pride of Britain award in October and along with her sister Milly was awarded the British Empire Medal for her charity work.
A poem has been published on Alice Pyne's Facebook page in memory of the teenager who lost her battle with cancer this weekend.
The poem, by Cheryl Murray begins:
To Alice's dear family,
I know not what to say.
But your little lady's doing fine,
she arrived up here today.
To read the full poem head to Alice Pyne's official Facebook page.
An inspirational teenager from Cumbria who touched the hearts of thousands with her 'bucket list' of dreams has lost her long battle with cancer.
Alice Pyne campaigned tirelessly to get more donors onto the bone marrow register and along with her sister Milly was awarded the British Empire Medal for charity work.
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