The parents of a teenager with epilepsy who died in his sleep are to open their garden to the public to raise cash in his memory.
Craig Johnson died in 2004 at the age of 19 from a seizure, having developed the condition aged seven.
His parents Karen and Stewart have since been raising money for various good causes.
This time they are hoping to raise as much as possible for the Midlands Air Ambulance.
Mrs Johnson, aged 57, said: “We always give money to charity. We have done epilepsy, we’ve done Compton Hospice, but we just decided on the air ambulance because they are trying to get money for pads to be put on hospitals and they don’t get given help.”
She added: “Craig would have loved it. He would have been in the middle of it getting people off the street, whether they wanted to come or not.
“They all loved him in the village.”