The family of a young woman who inspired thousands of people to become organ donors have paid tribute to her life.
Kirstie Tancock from Honiton passed away in the early hours of this morning, aged just 27.
She had cystic fibrosis, but continued to help others and raise awareness while she underwent two double lung transplants.
Kirstie, who was a skilled pole fitness and hoop instructor, was a staunch advocate for organ donation, vowed to raise £2,000 for Harefield Hospital.
Even after being told she had just months to live, Kirstie stayed positive and was always thinking of others.
Posting on Facebook, her family said Kirstie was "one in a million" and meant the world and more too so many people.
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A gathering is taking place this evening to pay tribute to Barnstaple teenager Katie Gammon. She died on Sunday 23 August, having just turned 17.
People are being asked to meet at the Civic Centre car park in North Walk, Barnstaple at 7pm. A minute's silence will be held at 7.30pm and later balloons will be released in Katie's memory.
You can find out more here.
Katie underwent a double lung transplant in 2013, which meant that she could do much more than before. She campaigned for people to join the transplant register and even took part in the Tarka Walk to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
Katie's funeral will be held at Barnstaple Parish Church at noon on 7 September. One of her last wishes was that everyone should wear purple.
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On Valentine's Day, 24-year-old Stacie Pridden made a plea for a donor.
She is now recovering from a double lung and heart transplant in a Cambridge hospital.
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A young woman from Somerset is about to spend her first healthy Christmas in years after receiving a liver transplant.
Maxine Cowlin from Bridgwater was just 17 when she was diagnosed with a rare type of liver disease. A transplant transformed her life, and now she's keen to encourage more people to be organ donors.
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The NHS are appealing for more people to join the organ donation register this Christmas.
There are 570 people in the South West waiting for an organ donation. Maxine Cowlin from Bridgwater is backing the campaign because she knows what that fees like.
Maxine was diagnosed with a rare liver disease when she was just 17, and had a transplant in October. She says her Christmas wish is that the family of her donor knew how thankful she was.