The funeral of a 16-year-old British girl who died after the Sharm el-Sheikh bombings will take place on Thursday next week.
The service in memory of Hannah Lloyd will begin at 11am on August 25 at St Peter's Church in Bengeworth, Evesham, Worcestershire.
In a statement issued by West Mercia Police, the teenager's family said any donations would be shared between the high dependency burns unit at the Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford - where Hannah was treated after being flown back to the UK - and the Battledown Children's Ward at Cheltenham General Hospital, where her 14-year-old sister Georgie was treated.
The service will be followed by a private burial attended only by members of the immediate family.
Inquests into the deaths of eight Britons who died as a result of the bombings in the Egyptian resort were opened and adjourned on Tuesday.
Almost 70 people are thought to have died in the July 23 blasts, but officials say the death toll could rise to 88.