A friend of Stephen Sutton has paid tribute to the "inspirational" teenage cancer fundraiser, one year on from his death.
Lee Woodward's wife used to work at the Chase Terrace Technology College in Burntwood, Staffordshire where Stephen was a student.
He got to know Stephen after his wife came home from school one day and told him about the moment the teenager informed the school he had cancer.
Lee decided to send him an email on his Facebook page.
And to his surprise, he had a message back the following day with a list of around 20 questions, asking Lee about his family and how he would like to meet him.
Before he died, Stephen asked for support in breaking a world record attempt - the number of tandem sky dives in a 24 hour period. Despite being scared of heights, Lee threw his support behind it.
But the campaign suffered a setback as they could only attract 53 jumpers on the day and the current record was 251.
Lee said it was also pointed out to him that his weight would be a problem and that he would need to lose four stone.
But in Stephen's memory, the mission to achieve Stephen's dream is back on.