A brave ten year old has shaved off all her hair in front of her classmates to raise money for the hospice which cared for her dying dad.
Four months ago ten-year-old Tallulah Lewis-Schulz and her nine year old sister Poppy, who are both from Brockton near Much Wenlock in Shropshire, lost their father to pancreatic cancer.
Within just six weeks of being diagnosed, 48-year-old Andreas Schulz died at the Severn Hospice in Shrewsbury.
In his final three weeks alive, his partner Sarah and the two girls pretty much moved in to the hospice so they could be together as a family.
Remembering those few weeks, Tallulah said:
Three days before Andreas passed away, the hospice arranged for he and Sarah to get married.
After her father's death, Tallulah became inspired to fundraise for the hospice after she heard about the Macmillan Brave the Shave campaign on the radio.
She was determined to say thank you to all the staff for supporting them through the toughest of times, as her mother explains.
So in front of her classmates at Brockton Church of England Primary School, Tallulah did what for most ten-year-old girls is unthinkable - and had a buzz cut.
Shrewsbury based hairdresser Lucy Murphy - who treated Sarah and the girls to a free pampering day at her salon earlier this month, was in charge of the clippers, and family and friends looked on as Tallulah underwent her transformation.
People touched by her story have all done their bit too.
The local Nisa garage and shops in Much Wenlock held collections and fundraising days, and with support from her school friends, family and also complete strangers Tallulah has so far raised more than £2000 for the Severn Hospice, creating her own online fundraising page.
Something which hospice staff say is vital for it to help other families when they need them most.
But not only is Tallulah raising money for the Severn Hospice - she's also donated her hair too.
Tallulah's rescued ponytail will go to Hereford-based charity the Little Princess Trust, to be made into wigs for children who've lost their own hair through cancer treatment.
Her mother Sarah says she's been overwhelmed by all the kindness and support, since her husband's death, and can't thank people enough.