It’s been just over 6 years since brave teenager Josie Grove, from Corbridge in Northumberland, died after turning down leukaemia treatment to get the most out of her final days.
Since then, the charity she founded – Josie’s Dragonfly Trust – has raised nearly a quarter of a million. It’s given out in 500 pound chunks so that other children with cancer can enjoy the time they have left.
Now her parents are opening a new, bigger shop in Hexham on Tynedale. I’ve been finding out how important this milestone is for those who love and work with the charity: