A legacy is set to be unveiled to a specialist cancer nurse who lost her own fight against the illness after crowdfunding to pay for her treatment.
Laura Harris died just over a year ago, but one of her passion projects in the last months of her life was a new Cancer and Wellbeing Centre at the North Devon District Hospital, where she worked.
The £1.5 million centre will open in the spring to help patients and their families.
The centre is still a building site at the moment, but when it opens it's hoped it will be a haven for cancer patients and their families in Barnstaple.
It's been a huge labour of love for fundraisers at the hospital, who have been raising money not only to build the centre but also to run it.
One of the most passionate about the need for this service was Laura Harris.
Laura worked at the hospital but then was treated there herself when she was diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer, and her fight to raise money to pay for her own treatment because it was not available on the NHS, made headlines.
But it was her care for her patients that makes this new wellbeing centre such a fitting legacy to her.
The psychological support was also important for Laura - and friends and family say she would be pleased the centre is opening.
The very nature of rural North Devon makes it vital that cancer services are available locally. Builders will hand the project over to the hospital in January, and the first patients are expected to use it by the Spring.
The excitement is already building for the grand opening.