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Tributes pour in for 'inspirational' Frome cancer campaigner Lisa Wells

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Tributes are being paid to inspirational cancer campaigner Lisa Wells who has died.

Her husband Dan announced the news on social media saying "she’s now at peace, no more pain, no more suffering."

He called her an "absolute warrior" who won the hearts of so many and tributes continue to pour in for her and her family on Facebook:

Lisa's husband Dan shared the sad news on social media. Credit: lisasarmyuk2019

I didn’t know her personally but this has really saddened me. What a beautiful inspirational lady! Love goes out to all her family and friends at this difficult time xxx RIP xxx

– Nicola Bentley

So sorry for your loss Lisa was a true inspiration for thousands of people xxxx rest in paradise Lisa you will never be forgotten by so many.. Love and thoughts to her family and friends xxxxxx

– Amy Lawrence
Lisa Wells was diagnosed in 2017 but was determined to make a difference. Credit: ITV News West Country

The mother-of-two from Frome in Somerset, was diagnosed with terminal bowel and liver cancer just two weeks after giving birth to her second child.

Speaking to ITV News West Country last year, Lisa said she was determined not to give up.

"Don't get me wrong there are days that are really hard but with my friends and family to get me through...I just hope people can think, yeah she bossed it, she did it well."

Lisa was an inspiration to many and will always leave that legacy. She was a true fighter. I remember looking after her when she was first diagnosed and I have followed her story ever since because she made such an impact. Thinking of all those that knew her. Rest peacefully angel xxxx

– Claire Tesdale

So sorry Dan. She was a beautiful lady inside and out and gave so much strength to others. She will be deeply missed

– Jayne Packenas
Lisa wanted her army to help leave a lasting legacy for her two daughters. Credit: ITV News West Country

Following her diagnosis, she set up a fundraising page called Lisa's Army to raise money for her two daughters and Dorothy House Hospice, near Bath.

With the help of her family, friends and dedicated followers, her campaign has raised over £90,000.

Alongside children's author Michelle Robinson, she also created a children's book to help children face the reality of losing a parent.

Sleep well Lisa x you have changed so many peoples lives for the better , helping those affected by cancer. You showed absolutely amazing bravery and courage the whole way through and left an incredible legacy as well as security for your gorgeous girls. Loads of love I am so grateful to have known you xxx

– Alice Jane

So much love to you all - Lisa was truly as you say a warrior!!! Such a beauty! You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers!! Rest well Lisa, you will never be forgotten x

– Sarah Hoult