A homeless woman regularly seen outside a high street bank has died of pneumonia, sparking scores of heartfelt tributes.
Flowers, candles and messages have appeared at the entrance to NatWest in Ashford in memory of Lisa Smith, who was just 50 years old.
The rough sleeper, who died on Monday at the town's William Harvey Hospital, has been described as an "angel".
On New Year's Eve, the town's homeless community gathered at midnight to raise a toast to her.
One message left at the bank entrance reads: "Lisa had been living on the streets of Ashford and was known and loved by many people in the community.
"She struggled through so many hurdles that life chucked her way, but she hid this so well behind her loving cheeky smile and infectious personality.
"She left an impression wherever she would go and will be greatly missed.
"She died of pneumonia on December 30 but fought until her final breath.
"Sleep tight Lisa and fly high, an angel who has finally been set free."
Another tribute, left by the staff of the nearby Cashino gambling shop, reads: "RIP lovely lady, was a pleasure to have known you.
"Love all the staff at Cashino."
One message from Lisa's partner reads: "My love, my life, my beautiful wife."
A recent council report estimated there were about 20 rough sleepers on Ashford's streets in 2018, but figures for 2019 were not available.
In an effort to help the homeless during the colder months, a Winter Night Shelter programme run by the churches of Ashford was created to help the borough's homeless.