The descendants of a war hero who had a hospital in St Ives named after him are joining a worldwide campaign to save it.
The Edward Hain Hospital, which has twelve beds, has been closed since February after health officials said it posed a health risk. It'll cost £900,000 to make it safe.
Campaigners fear the NHS won't fund that and the hospital won't re-open.
The hospital opened in 1920 and was named after Edward Hain, who died at Gallipoli in the First World War.
His great grandson Tim Hain, a musician, is hosting a fundraising concert in London to support the hospital.
The concert is taking place at the Virgin Money Rooms in London on Friday 28 October at 7am. Find out more here.