A boy who allowed his heart operation to be filmed is back home after just three weeks.
Last month Calum Morris from Bradley Stoke underwent his fourth life-saving open-heart operation.
Calum has a rare defect that affects fewer than 1 in 10 thousand people.
Calum agreed for his operation to be filmed to help people understand what it is like to have the condition he carries.
The idea also raised money for the British Heart Foundation.
The operation to add a new artificial repair patch to Calum's heart lasted 12 hours.
Despite his open-heart surgery, Calum was out of intensive care after just two days.
Over the following weeks he spent time doing art and pottery with the play specialists.
Calum is still avoiding vigorous exercise for a few weeks but feels well.
He has visited his school and plans to return full time soon.
Calum's parents, who are relieved, say they are grateful to his surgeon Massimo Caputo.