Residents of Burntwood in Staffordshire are tying yellow ribbons all over the town in memory of Stephen Sutton MBE.
Today marks a year since the death of the teenager, who raised almost five million pounds for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Stephen's mother Jane says the ribbons will be a symbol of the community's 'grief, love and unity'.
Teenage Cancer Trust and the community group Turn Burntwood Yellow, are inviting local people and those inspired by Stephen’s Story to a special event at Chasetown Football Club, at 5pm today to celebrate his life.
The gathering will include a tribute ‘thumbs up’ moment, a yellow balloon release and a book of reflections for people to sign.
A collection of Stephen’s awards will also be on display, including his Pride of Britain Award and MBE.