A singer-songwriter from Solihull who's been told he only has a few months to live because of terminal cancer has been working through a 'bucket list' with his wife and family - helped by donations from across the world.
Two years ago Pete Felton was diagnosed with Synovial Sarcoma, a rare form of cancer that meant he had to have a leg amputated. He was tested regularly afterwards and tumours were found parts of his lung - which he had to have removed in November last year.
Pete married his wife Hollie in May. Around their wedding and during their honeymoon they believed that Pete was in the clear, however just a few weeks later they found out that the cancer had spread - and this time it was inoperable.
They created their 'Not Dead Yet' bucket list and opened an online donation page to help them tick off each experience. So far it has raised more than £17,000, and they want to give some of that money to charities who help young people with cancer.
They have now been told that the cancer did not respond to a recent round of chemotherapy, and that he only has a few months left.
For Pete and Hollie it means their time spent with friends and family has become even more precious, and they're wanting to create special memories for those around him.