We treated the four-year-old daughter of late Bermondsey boy Jack Wells to an “incredible” safari trip, something her dad wished to do with his little girl before he passed away.

Scarlett Flood Wells was delighted by monkeys, giraffes and tigers when she visited Woburn Safari Park with her grandma and auntie, on September 23.

The trip was originally planned as one of many things that Jack wanted to do with Scarlett before his death, and was paid for by The MumMum Foundation.

The 23-year-old was diagnosed with bone cancer, Ewing’s sarcoma, at the start of 2015, after finding a lump on his shoulder. But Jack lost his battle with the disease on June 27, 2016, having spent his final days at St Christopher’s Hospice in Sydenham.