People in Carlisle have been thanked for helping to turn the city blue for an inspirational young boy.
The funeral of Stanley Dalton, three, of Carlisle, was held at Carlisle Cemetery Chapel yesterday after people were urged to line the streets to pay their respects.
Stan was escorted to the service in an all-white horse and carriage decorated in blue bows to the sound of applause by onlookers.
He died in January after a long battle with a rare form of cancer.
A fundraising campaign was launched to pay for life-saving treatment for Stan, who had T-CELL Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia.
It had raised more than £435,000 as of today, with donations coming from almost 14,000 supporters.
Dozens of bikers met in the Tesco car park on Warwick Road in Carlisle to pay their respects.
Jill Glencross independent funeral director for the family, posted: “I cannot thank Carlisle enough for today. The turnout for Stan was absolutely amazing.
“The link below is the whole service for anyone who would like to watch. Please light your candles tonight in memory of the best boy ever.