A couple plan to plant trees in memory of their baby daughter.

Julie and Remy Sharp are appealing for volunteers to help them plant trees as part of a project to improve Hollingdean Park in Brentwood Road, Brighton.

The couple, who live in Hollingdean, set up the Tia's Trees scheme after their daughter Tia was stillborn in August when Mrs Sharp was 41 weeks pregnant.

They now hope to create a lasting memorial to their daughter and raise public awareness about stillbirth.

More than 50 trees will be planted at the park as part of the first phase of Tia's Trees.

Anyone is welcome to go along to the community tree planting day on Saturday from 11am to 4pm.

Mrs Sharp, 32, said: "We can think of no better way to honour Tia's memory."

To take part in the project or make a donation email tiastrees@live.co.uk