The family of a toddler who was diagnosed with a rare cancer are spending the money raised for his treatment on a new caravan holiday home to provide "lasting memories" for other families with ill children.
Dawson Willcox, from Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, was diagnosed cancer in January. In May his family received news that the disease had spread to his lungs and was not responding to treatment.
His parents, Wendy and David, launched an appeal to fly Dawson to the United States to meet with leading paediatric haematologist-oncologist Dr James Gellar.
The campaign raised £350,000 – but his family were given the heart-breaking news that the cancer was "too aggressive" to be treated further.
They have now decided to use the money buy the caravan in the Butlins holiday resort in Skegness. They have named it 'Dawson's Home for Heroes'.
Dawson's mum said she thought the caravan would be the "perfect" legacy for her son.
The home will be available for bookings from March 2018 after it has been built.