The family of a rugby player who died suddenly during training have donated life saving equipment to the seaside town she loved to visit.
Lily Partridge collapsed after sustaining an injury in a training match - she was flown to hospital but died.
Since her death her family have donated more than £20,000 raised in her memory to various local charities.
And, after discovering that Beer, in east Devon, wanted to buy a defibrillator by the slipway at the bottom of the fishing popular village and holiday spot, they offered to help.
Lily's parents Jeff and Liz gave the parish council the funds to install the defibrillator on what would have been Lily's 23rd birthday.