A plaque honouring wartime hero nurse Florence Nightingale will be presented to Derby Cathedral next month, as part of a special event celebrating nurses.
The Derbyshire-based nurse, whose family lived in Matlock, is recognised as the founder of modern nursing after helping to reform the profession in the mid-19th Century.
The event will be held on May 17 to mark International Nurses Week, and will see nurses, midwives and carers parade through Derby city centre to the cathedral for a commemorative public service.
The new plaque will then be unveiled, with a dedication from the Bishop of Derby, The Right Revd Dr Alastair Redfern.
It was carved by Derby stone mason John Shaw.