The family of a two-year-old Moray girl who is battled a rare form of cancer are launching an appeal to try to safeguard her health for the future.
Isla Simpson's parents are trying to raise money to pay for treatment should she suffer a relapse of Neuroblastoma, which has a high chance of recurrence.
The infant has spent 231 nights in hospital during her short life, and although she is now making excellent progress the family is launching an appeal to raise one hundred thousand pounds to send her overseas for treatment should the worst happen.
During her treatment she has endured high dose chemotherapy, radiotherapy and a bone marrow transplant.
Tests now show no evidence of the disease but she will be monitored for the next few years.
On Saturday November 20, her family will start their appeal by holding a fundraiser at Bishopmill Hall in Elgin. And this Christmas, they hope to spend the day together for the first time ever.