A visit to the zoo, museums and a trip to Disneyland are among the things one brave little girl wants to do and see before she loses her sight completely.
Six-year-old Molly Bent has been diagnosed with the degenerative eye disease Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), for which there is no treatment or cure.
She has drawn up a wish list of things she’d like to see before she goes blind.
Tests every three months have shown that Molly's sight is deteriorating.
Despite her condition getting progressively worse, her mum Eve says she takes it "in her stride".
Molly’s parents have set up a ‘Making Molly’s Memories’ GoFundMe page to raise money to fulfil their daughter’s wish list, which so far has reached over £3,500.
Eve said, "She's so resilient. She knows what's happening. She knows she's struggling and she just takes it in her stride."
RP is a genetic condition, which Molly's uncle also suffers from, and her sister Charlotte, five, and brother Samuel, two, are regularly tested for the disease.