This seven-year-old girl lost part of her leg to cancer - but she's determined that it won't stop her from dancing.
Amelia Eldred from Tamworth, Staffordshire, loves swimming, athletics, running and bike riding, and has vowed she will dance again after she was was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, or bone cancer, in her left femur.
After five gruelling weeks of chemotherapy, followed by surgery to amputate the limb, the lower part of her leg was reattached backwards in a rare procedure called rotationplasty, to allow the ankle joint to work as a knee joint.
She will soon be able to use a prosthetic limb that her foot can slip into.
@DazHaleWM has been to meet 7 year old Amelia Eldred from Kingsbury. Last year she was diagnosed with bone cancer… https://t.co/Lyhugs5KAB