The organisers of a project to give free Cornish holidays to families affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy say they still need help with transport.
The "Cornwall Hugs Grenfell" campaign was set up to try to provide some happy memories for the children who escaped from the disaster, and support the families of firefighters who risked their lives to battle the flames.
More than a hundred people are set to come to Cornwall over the next few months.
Hundreds of pledges have been made, from free holiday accommodation, to surf lessons and free ice cream.
Around 15 Firefighter families have already signed up, along with around 80 people who either escaped from the fire or who had to be evacuated from their homes near the site.
But transport is still an issue - and organiser Esme Page is asking for cab companies in London or local bus companies in Cornwall to consider pledging some journeys or free bus passes.