The family of a teenager from Totnes who died after falling from his skateboard are raising money to design new headgear they hope will save lives.
Max Hamilton died at just 19-years-old when he hit his head while skateboarding in Plymouth. His parents want to see a change in culture where wearing a helmet becomes the norm.
Max's mother, Tracey Swan, and father, David Hamilton, are fundraising to help find a solution that's both suitable and fashionable.
They want to work with both headgear designers and skateboarders to try and create change in the sport.
So far more than £9000 has been raised to go towards building a new feature for the skatepark in memory of Max.