A charity has donated keepsake boxes to the maternity unit at a Tyneside hospital in the hope it will help comfort bereaved parents.
The "sweet dreams" handmade boxes include clay impressions of the baby's hands and feet, a candle and teddies.
Kirsty McGurrell, 22, from Houghton-le-Spring, set up the charity, "4Louis", in memory of her stillborn son.
She helps bereaved parents donate boxes to hospitals across the north east of England and North Yorkshire.
There aren't any boxes at the RVI or Rake Lane which are the two hospitals I was at. I might have to get in touch and see about changing that.
The charity's website is here.