Cancer fundraiser Stephen Sutton will be remembered later today when a train is named after him at Birmingham International Station in his memory.
The Pendolino 390002 will be named 'Stephen Sutton' at a ceremony later this afternoon.
It's only the fourth time Virgin Trains has named a Pendolino train after a person, with the company viewing it as 'a fitting tribute to an incredibly inspiring young man'.
The teenager from Burntwood has raised almost £5m for the Teenage Cancer Trust this far and donations have continued to come in following his death in May of last year.
A daredevil grandfather from Solihull is trying for his fourth world record today.
Tom Lackey is attempting to wing walk from Land's End to the Isles of Scilly on his 95th birthday.
Tom, who says he is taking on the challenge in memory of Stephen Sutton, already holds three Guinness World Records in wing walking.
Ninety-four-year-old dare-devil pensioner Tom Lackey from Solihull is gearing up for his 30th wing walk from Land's End to the Scilly Isles, in the name of teenage cancer sufferer Stephen Sutton.
The 19-year-old from Burntwood in Staffordshire lost his battle with the illness this week.
Mr Lackey is dedicating his latest stunt, scheduled for this Thursday, to Stephen. He told ITV News Central:
"He's done so much good and raised all this money and he would have done a wing walk. He always put his thumbs up in the air so when I do this one from Lands End to the Isles of Scilly I think I will put my thumbs up for him and imagine that he's with me."
A 94-year-old man from Solihull is taking part in a wing-walk in memory of Stephen Sutton.
Over the years Tom Lackey has done a number of high-flying plane stunts, but he says he's been inspired to do one more by Stephen's story.
The 19-year-old from Burntwood in Staffordshire lost his battle with bowel cancer this week.
His Just Giving page has now raised nearly £3,900,000 for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
On Thursday the dare-devil pensioner will carry out his 30th wing walk, travelling from Lands End to the Isles of Scilly strapped to the top of a plane.
Speaking at his home, the 94-year-old paid an emotional tribute to Stephen, saying he would have his thumbs up in the air for the teenager while carrying out the stunt, imagining the 19-year-old's up there with him.