A petition has been launched to have a road in Somerset named in honour of a local World War Two hero.
Odette Hallowes was a special agent for the British government in France and has since become the war's most highly-decorated spy.
Petitioner Nancy Powell-Brace, from Wellington, is requesting that a road in a new housing development near the town is named after her.
It was in the West Country that she was recruited to the Special Operations Executive and sent to France to work behind enemy lines against the Nazis.
On 16 April 1943 Odette was captured and sent to Ravensbrück Concentration Camp where she was tortured.
According to petitioner Nancy, Odette is known to have said in her darkest times during solitary confinement at the camp that she would "close her eyes and remember the people and views of Somerset".
The petition had received nearly 300 signatures from people expressing their gratitude for Odette one week after its launch.