Residents of a Surrey town have set up a shrine and an online tribute page after a "celebrity" albino squirrel was run over.
The squirrel had lived in St Martin's churchyard off Dorking High Street for five years and was a favourite with local children and wildlife lovers.
More than 220 people have joined a Facebook page in the animal's memory since its demise last week.
A makeshift shrine has sprung up and residents hope to put up a plaque.
Lou Gardey was among the first on the scene of the accident.