The loved ones of a fatal crash victim are trying to raise money to send her bereaved daughters on a holiday in her memory.

Danielle 'Dannii' Stevens died following a four-vehicle collision on the B4696, Braydon Road on the afternoon of Friday, March 15.

Emergency services attended the incident, but Danielle was pronounced dead at the scene. 

Afterwards, her family released a tribute describing her as an 'amazing mummy' and a 'kind, caring and effervescent soul who brought all our lives into glorious technicolour.' 

Now, Dannii's funeral is set to take place at 12pm on April 10 at North Wiltshire Crematorium, with those attending encouraged to wear colourful clothing. 

However, instead of flowers, the family has asked for any donations to go towards a fundraiser to take Dannii's two children, Olivia, 8, and Ivy, 2, on a trip away in memory of their mum. 

As a result, Ben Stevens has set up a GoFundMe page, and in it he has said: "Dannii always intended to take the girls on a special holiday and we know that all of her family and friends want to keep her legacy alive by still giving them this opportunity.

"Any support you can give (no matter how much) in helping us give back to the girls is appreciated.

"Nothing can bring our beautiful princess back but we know she would want the best for her girls. They were her world and this is the least they deserve."The GoFundMe page, at time of writing, had almost reached its £5,000 goal.

Dannii was daughter to Ben and Julie, stepdaughter to Jamie and Lorna, sister to Dominic, Scarlett, Scott, James, Harrison and Beth and so much more to many others.

"As a family, we wish to thank everyone for the outpouring of love, kind words and support which is giving us strength at this difficult time," the family's tribute added. 

Before the service, there will be a procession through Royal Wootton Bassett High Street which will begin at around 11.30am for members of the public or anyone unable to attend the service at the crematorium who wishes to pay their respects.

A memorial page has also been set up to help with this, as well as allowing people to leave tributes and share photographs, you can find that here

The GoFundMe link