Over 600 mourners have turned out for the funeral of a little girl from North Yorkshire who died from a rare form of childhood cancer.
The small pink coffin of Sadie Rose Clifford was taken to St John's Baptist Church in Knaresborough for her funeral service this morning. Mourners were asked to wear coloured clothes in celebration of the joy that Sadie brought to her family.
She died from neuroblastoma last week after thousands of people were inspired to raise money to sponsor her treatment in America.
Around 600 people have turned out for the funeral of Sadie Rose Clifford in Knaresborough. The service is being played to mourners outside St John the Baptist Church. Sadie Rose's father Darren Clifford described his little girl as his "cheeky little princess."
A painting of a North Yorkshire toddler who lost her battle with Neuroblastoma last month has been released as her funeral gets underway. Relatives have turned out at St John's Church in Knaresborough to pay respects to Sadie Rose Clifford.
Dozens of people are expected at the funeral of a two-year-old girl from North Yorkshire - who has died from a rare form of cancer.
Sadie Rose Clifford from Knaresborough lost her battle against Neuroblastoma last month - despite her parents raising half a million pounds for treatment in America. Relatives will pay their respects at St John's Church, in the town.
A two-year-old girl who was fighting a rare form of childhood cancer, has died.
Sadie Rose Clifford from Knaresborough in North Yorkshire passed away on Monday after losing her battle with neuroblastoma.
Earlier this month doctors confirmed there was nothing more they could do to help Sadie. The toddler's plight touched the hearts of thousands of people who helped to raise £500,000 to send her to America for life-saving treatment in February.