A 10-year-old schoolgirl who set out to raise £500 by shaving her head for the hospice which nursed her dying dad has smashed her target 20 times over.
Tallulah Lewis-Schulz lost her 48-year-old father Andreas to pancreatic cancer in May, just six weeks after he was first diagnosed.
The youngster wanted to thank the staff at the Severn Hospice in Shrewsbury for all the care and support they gave her dad, mum Sarah and nine-year-old sister Poppy.
So she decided to shave off her long brown hair after being inspired by the Macmillan Brave the Shave campaign.
Watch Chris Halpin's moving report on Tallulah's story first broadcast on ITV News Central last month
However, after Tallulah's kind gesture was featured on ITV News Central in October, her story went viral online.
It has so far been viewed nearly 4 million times, with online donations pouring in from all over the world.
After combining money raised on her online fundraising page with physical donations from across Shropshire, the family, from Brockton near Much Wenlock, were able to hand over a cheque to hospice staff for £10,000.
Afterwards, Tallulah's proud mother Sarah said:
The Severn Hospice praised Tallulah's fundraising efforts, describing them as "simply incredible".