Thousands of pounds has been raised for the family of a school girl from Cornwall who died suddenly last week.
Seven year old Esmee Polmear collapsed at Perranporth School on Wednesday and was pronounced dead at the Royal Cornwall Hospital.
Money is being raised to help Esmee's family with funeral costs.
Esmee's head teacher Alistair Johnson described her as a "bright, popular and fun loving member of our school who touched the lives and hearts of all who knew her."
A website has been set up for donations.
Tributes have been paid to a seven-year-old girl who died after collapsing suddenly at Perranporth School.
Esmee Polmear was pronounced dead at the Royal Cornwall Hospital on July 1st.
Head Alistair Johnson has said the school is in shock.
"This is a terrible tragedy that has left the whole Perranporth School community shocked and devastated.
Our thoughts and sympathies are with the family and friends of Esmee. She was a bright, popular and fun loving member of our school who touched the lives and hearts of all who knew her. She will be terribly missed."
A seven-year-old girl has died after collapsing at a school in North Cornwall.
It happened at Perranporth School yesterday lunchtime, 1 July. She was taken to Royal Cornwall Hospital where she was pronounced dead.
Police are investigating but say her death is not suspicious.
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This year the charity Surfers Against Sewage are holding 80 beach cleans across the South West and have teamed up with World Animal Protection to tackle the amount of discarded fishing gear that ends up on the regions beaches. Around 200 people volunteered at Perranporth today - one of the beaches worst effected by abandoned fishing gear.
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Those in Cornwall fared the worst in the country, with the tiny village of Beesands particularly affected.
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Police investigating the death of a man whose naked body was found on Perranporth beach say they're now winding down their inquiries.
The body of 64-year-old Alan Jeal from Wadebridge was found with a sock and headphones stuffed into his mouth. He also had multiple injuries which police couldn't explain. He was last seen around Wadebridge, Truro, Newquay and Perranporth. Police say they're not ruling out a crime, but neither have they found anything to explain what happened to him.
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Devon and Cornwall Police will be reviewing whether any new evidence has emerged in their investigation in to the death of Alan Jeal.
His body was discovered on Perranporth beach back in February and a murder enquiry is now underway. Last night the case was featured on national television.
Detectives are hoping a reconstruction of the last known movements of a man found dead on a Cornish beach will help them find out what happened to him.
Alan Jeal's naked body was found washed up on the beach at Perranporth in February. It is hoped tonight's national appeal will provide some answers about what happened.