'I know how happy she’d be that it’s saved'

Isabella died from cancer, aged 11, two years ago. Just after her death, the hospice in Walsall that she'd called her second home faced closure, due to a funding shortfall.

But now the £2m required to keep it running has been raised, with a huge community effort bringing in public donations amounting to more than half the sum.

Isabella's parents, Mark Lyttle and Jennie Day, spoke to BBC Breakfast.